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Windows 7: Help on VCD Burning Software

17 Sep 2012   #1
eviliony

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 
Help on VCD Burning Software

Hello all... i want to burn a VCD (Not DVD) and been looking to so many programs/software via google but still.. there are a lot of it out there saying they are the best bla..bla..bla..

I dont really trust what they say because when I checked the review.. its not that good.. so finally i plan to ask from this forum instead, hoping to get answers..

What are the best VCD burning program you guys ever used? I want the one that can accept all types of video and convert it on its own and burn it... Easy to use is a must...

I have tried the latest Nero but its not good at converting Mp4 files... because when i burned them... the video moves so fast as if they are fast forwarded but the voice lagg behind... there goes my CD wasted...

And i have tried Ashampoo as well but they did not recognize mp4 files, only mpeg... i have video converter but what i want is one program to do it all.. drag the video to the program and all i have to do is wait til its done..

hoping to get your replies soon.. any software will do... i prefer the simplest and easy to use.. it can be free or paid.. but if paid make sure its worth it .. im wasting my money for nero 11... i still love the older version 6 and ver 7.. its never failed to impress me and now its a crap...


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20 Sep 2012   #2
eviliony

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

hi okay thank you will give it a try ... yea i know vcd is not very popular these days lol but the video that im burning is not that long so its kinda waste to use a dvd if the file is so small... thus vcd is my 2nd choice.. will give ur recommended software a try tho
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