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I am trying to burn some files onto a cd that have a kyr.mpg extention. Nero won't even do it when I click on make a vcd. Any suggestions please?
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You may have to re-encode it, using a program like TMPGEnc
http://www.tmpgenc.net/
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First off, I thank you so very much Admin for replying. I have that encoder you spoke of but don't know the steps of how to reincode it?

I did some background checking and here is what I found and may help.

I looked on nero info tool and when clicking on the ASPI tab at the bottom it say's in a big red sign, "ASPI instalation is corrupted".


what is ASPI? and how do i fix the problem, any ideas please?
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There's a ton of info about converting video using TMPGEnc, and other programs here:
http://www.videohelp...howtoselect=4#4

You could try installing Adaptec's ASPI layer:
http://www.cd-rw.org..._tools/aspi.cfm

or here:
http://radified.com/ASPI/forceaspi.htm
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