My created VCD is not playing anythinggreenspun.com : LUSENET : Video CD : One Thread
I just made a bunch of VCD's using M.Pack to encode MPEG and Toast 4x to burn. But when I try to use it it won't play in my RCA DVD player (which supposedly supports vcd) and it also doesn't play in my Apple DVD player. I can open the files in Quicktime, but the main reason I am trying to make a VCD is so I can share it with people who have dvd players. What are the best DVD players to buy that will play Toast made VCDs? Will Panasonic 3DO play VCD's? Am I doing something wrong?
-- B A (email@example.com), January 14, 2001
Please make a visit to www.vcdhelp.com and check out the CDR & CDRW compatible DVD player list. It may be your DVD player is not capable of using CDR disc for VCD. Most DVD models will say DVD/VCD/CD compatible; However, they neglect to tell you the compatible means commercial pressed media only! You need to actual read further to see if your player will also support CDR or CDRW.
-- lnguyen (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 14, 2001.
Ive never tried toast, always used NERO to burn VCD, never had a problem as it sets up all the files correctly for you. May be worth a try.
-- pipmaster (email@example.com), January 16, 2001.
Here we go agen: your RCA doesn't play CD-R/RW. Donate it to the Salvation Army and get a Philips or Pioneer instead.
-- MT (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 18, 2001.