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jpeg to vcd?

Discussion in 'QnA (read only)' started by taran00, Aug 10, 2004.

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  1. taran00

    taran00 New Member

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    I want to convert my jpeg's/Bmp's to vcd. I have tried a lot of softwares but some has very poor resolution (photo2vcd) or pbc of cd player should be on (nero). I want help so i can run them on vcd players with good reso. + without tech. support.
     
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    VCD's are poor resolutioned ...
    There's nothing you can do about it!!
     
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    Have you tried MemoriesOnTV? How about burning the VCD as an SVCD? SVCD is supposed to be better than a plain VCD.
     
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    sUlPhUr|nE` New Member

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    Try Windows Movie Maker Instead

    Hey,
    Did u try using Windows Movie Maker??? Thats really cool. U can make a Jpg be displayed for about 5 secs. Windows Movie maker which comes with Win XP is 1.x.....Use Movie Maker 2 which has more features with more transition effects. Make a movie & save it at whatever res you want. Use nero to reencode it to VCD.
    I know this a bit lengthier process. But it is easier though.

    Think of it.
     
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    But u cant do nothing about the resolution! VCD supports a resolution of around 350X250. and your old tv also wont support high resolution.
    if you have a DVD player and a good new TV(Flatron etc) then there is a chance that the DVD player supports JPG picture playback. Some new VCD players also have this feature. that means u dont need to burn a VCD. just copy the JPG images to a CD and then play it & enjoy

    I will suggest ProShow Gold for creating ur images to VCD.
     
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    Yeah u can try svcd if ur player supports !! Otherwise like hafees said if u have a new dvd player then it might support jpg images. Burn em onto the cd and enjoy.
     
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    Simple VCD players can't play SVCDs. I think the new Phillips DVD player which costs about 3,900'+' or '-'. That can play anything u put in......well almost *wink*
     
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    Nero Vision Express is very good at this type of tasks - provides chapters for view, etc.
     
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    1.Scan the foto @ 400x300 with 300 dpi.
    2.Use Irfan view with nero plugin enabled
     
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