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    Default recorded videos from d-box, problems with burning, need HELP

    Hello!

    Hope you can help me, i need your HELP, please!
    So i recorded many many music-videos with my digital receiver (d-box) onto my computer. Very cool quality. Great, isn't it?.

    So they are saved as mpeg-2 format (IMPORTANT):
    Video: 528x576, 7500 kbps, 24.96 Ė 25fps (Variable Bitrate!)
    Audio: 45khz, 16bps, stereo, 192 kbs

    So the Windows Media Player says, the audiocodec is in Nero Digital Audio Decoder, and the videocodec in CyberLink Video/SP Decoder, maybe it helps you.

    I cant burn them onto cd. I tried it with Winoncd 5 Power Edition, which says that the file isnít an current svcd-file, whatever it should mean?
    And with NeroVision Express 2, wants to transcode the files, but this would take very very long cause my pc isnít the newest one!

    But I have to burn them, they are very big. Anyone can help me? The quality should not be compressed, at least not too much. And to burn videos onto cd they have to be in mpeg2 fomat, is this right? Please donít answer in a difficult to understand-way, cause this would be difficult to understand for me I am from Austria.

    Thanks for your time
    best regards
    rainy

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    If you want to play your shiny new MPEG2 on a standalone DVD player, I'm afraid your only option is to transcode the video and audio.

    Take a look at this neat comparison chart:
    http://www.dvdrhelp.com/comparison

    You'll see that your video specs don't equate to any standard. However, if you're looking to archive the video, just copy the files to CD in a normal way!

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    so i have to transcode them with, for example TMPEG? Man, that will be a lot of work!

    If i transcode them in svcd-quality how can i burn 60min onto one cd ? cause the neat comparison chart says, you can burn 35-60min onto one cd.

    Anyway
    thank you for your help

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