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Thread: Big Pixel when i burn VCD ..Pls Help!

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    Default Big Pixel when i burn VCD ..Pls Help!

    I have edited my video with the Adobe Premier Pro and exported the movie. Using the AVS Video Converter 3.1, i chose VCD PAL Compatible (MPEG1 1150 kbps, 25 fps, 352 X 28 and converter the video to be burn to a vcd.

    The end result, my vcd movie pixel too big. Friends faces from the movie is unrecognisable.

    Is there a better way to do this in order to have a clearer vcd?

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    VCD is an ols format and does look pixeallated, try svcd.

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    yes what he said, you will have much better results with SVCD
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