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:help: after i have downloaded a movie file i attempt to burn it to vcd my software which is magix movies on cd and dvd says it cannot read the file even though its a mpeg or avi file please any help
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which file did you burn to the cd. You need to convert to .bin/.cue file and then burn the .cue file to the cd.
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the file was a avi movie file off kazaa the software plays it as does windows media player but i cannot burn it to vcd i have had noproblems burning music videos that i have downloaded off kazaa
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You need to first convert the AVI to Mpeg format. TEMPGEnc is a very popular free program for doing this. You can find a guide here:
http://www.videohelp...tmpgencsvcd.htm
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thank you for the answer i have downloaded TEMPGEnc from the website it is on my pc but i cannot open it ???????? what is going on
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Do you have an unzipping program installed on your computer? (i.e. WinZip)
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i have downloaded winzip opened TEMPEnc tried to convert the avi movie and TEMPnc says it can not open or unsupported what does that mean the movie is a avi <_<
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is it a divx avi file?
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success and thank you all who helped in the end i download winzip which unzipped the TEMPNce converter folder which converted the avi movie to a mpeg movie which i then finally could burn too disc once again thanks all
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