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Convert AVI to MPEG to create VCD

Posted on 2002-05-07
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I have some AVI's that I want to put on a VCD to play in my DVD player.

I tried using Roxio's Video Impression but the sound quality is unacceptable.

Does anyone know of a good and preferably cheap or free tool that will do a good job of converting from AVI to VCD compatible MPEG?
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by:weed
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Tried Roxio Toast?
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by:awilson1111
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Toast is only available for the Mac, I have a PC
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cscovsal earned 100 total points
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Visit vcdhelp.com and go to the tools section to download any number of programs for that purpose,  the only one I use is TMPGenc, and its free!!  There are also dozens of articles to explain the process for you in detail.
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by:awilson1111
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Tried the proposed solutions and they would not accomplishw what I needed.
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by:reduakm
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I have had bad luck with audio as well.  I've been using tmpgenc with different audio plugins and can't seem to find anything with acceptable audio.  frustrating.
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Althouth the tools didn't help the site vcdhelp did.
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