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Frage von Robin Koch:
Mai 2020

Oh and where I am a grad mal hier:

Recently came here the question of whether one VCD files can burn to DVD
(and the DVD player reads this).

That would interest me synonymous times:

Can I play video files to the (S) VCD Satndard (weitstgehend)
* really * correspond to grab a DVD and watch?

Or are there other methods by more than 2 hours on a DVD to get?

--
Robin Cook

The true art of living is
everyday life in the wonderful to see. - (Pearl S. Buck)




Antwort von Carsten Faltin:

The whisper of Robin Cook resounds through the universe:

> Can I play video files to the (S) VCD Satndard (weitstgehend)
> but * really * to grab a DVD and watch?

MPEG1, any DVD player to understand. I did it with a
VCD MPEG-tested and my Sony335 it has played.

by Carsten
--
It may be the warriors who get the glory, but it's the
engineers who build societies.
B'Elanna Torres in Voyager S7E10 "Flesh and Blood Part II"




Antwort von Bernd Daene:

Robin Cook wrote:

> Recently came here the question of whether one VCD files can burn to DVD
> (And the DVD player reads this).

Depends on the specific player or recorder from. Just mark reading equipment
sometimes not "naked" MPEG files of DVD-ROM (seen in some
Pioneer and Panasonic).

> Or are there other methods by more than 2 hours on a DVD to get?

Common burn DVD recorder (with poor quality) up to 8 hours on a
4.7-GB disc. As a compatible DVD-video in mind. Picture in MPEG-2,
Sound in DD 2.0. Which minimum the DVD standard for data calls
I have not found.

If you have more (or better quality) want to take DivX or the like.
The most recent game player (provided you test beach
the subtle limitations of the specific device).

Bernd






Antwort von Bernd Daene:

Bernd Daens wrote:
> Robin Cook wrote:
>> Recently came here the question of whether one VCD files to DVD burn
>> Can (and the DVD player reads this).
> Depends on the specific player or recorder from. Just mark reading equipment
> Sometimes no "naked" MPEG files of DVD-ROM (seen in some
> Pioneer and Panasonic).

Supplement: However, a compatible DVD-Video quite synonymous
MPEG-1-containing video, with parameters such as VCD. One might therefore
a DVD-video files with such authors, without the video
recode.

Bernd




Antwort von Carsten Faltin:

The whisper of Carsten Faltin resounds through the universe:

> MPEG1, any DVD player to understand. I did it with a
> VCD MPEG-tested and my Sony335 it has played.

Addendum: the file was not just on the blank
written, but it was a real DVD, which is
MPEG1 video format.

by Carsten
--
It may be the warriors who get the glory, but it's the
engineers who build societies.
B'Elanna Torres in Voyager S7E10 "Flesh and Blood Part II"




Antwort von Günter_Hackel:

Robin Cook wrote:
> Oh and where I am a grad mal hier:
>
> Recently came here the question of whether one VCD files can burn to DVD
> (And the DVD player reads this).
>
> This would interest me synonymous times:
>
> Can I play video files to the (S) VCD Satndard (weitstgehend)
> But * really * to grab a DVD and watch?
>
> Or are there other methods by more than 2 hours on a DVD to get?

So with Pinnacle Studio, I have 156 minutes on a normal
DVD disc is burned. The program then compresses more autonomous,
including of course the quality suffers. When the starting material had
that's not really visible impact.
gh




Antwort von Bernd Daene:

Carsten Faltin wrote:
> Addendum: the file was not just on the blank
> Written, but it was a real DVD, which is
> Video MPEG1 format.

"Proper DVD" is probably "DVD Video" and not "DVD-ROM" (although
latter is certainly not "wrong" is :-)).

Then should any standard DVD player, provided the
Authoring program has worked correctly.

Bernd




Antwort von Thomas Beyer:

Bernd Daens wrote:
> Bernd Daens wrote:
>> Robin Cook wrote:
>>> Recently came here the question of whether one VCD files to DVD burn
>>> Can (and the DVD player reads this).
>> Depends on the specific player or recorder from. Just mark reading equipment
>> Sometimes not "naked" MPEG files of DVD-ROM (seen in some
>> Pioneer and Panasonic).
>
> Supplement: However, a compatible DVD-Video quite synonymous
> MPEG-1-containing video, with parameters such as VCD. One might therefore
> A DVD-video files with such authors, without the video
> Recode.

With a small but subtle difference. VCD is in audio to 44kHz
mastered in DVD in 48kHz. If so 100% standard
remain, we must at Reauthoring VCD>> DVD audio track re -
Encode.

See synonymous:

http://www.videohelp.com/vcd
http://www.videohelp.com/dvd

For a VCD

PAL

Video:
1150 kbit / sec MPEG-1
352 x 288 pixels
25 frames / second

Audio:
44100 Hz
224 kbit / sec MPEG-1 Layer2

... knits you a DVD with

PAL

Video:
352 x 288 pixels MPEG1 (Same s.the VCD Standard)
25 frames / second

Audio:
48000 Hz
32 - 1536 kbps
Up to 8 audio tracks containing Dolby Digital, DTS, PCM (uncompressed
audio), MPEG-1 Layer2. One audio track must have MPEG-1, DD or PCM
Audio.

... s.kompatibelsten by video and audio of VCD demuxt, the
Video Part is unchanged, the audio stream of 44kHz after 48kHz
remastered re-encoded and then DVD-compatible author can.

Ok, the China Group Kracher now be back with the
Statement today Blödmarktware synonymous with 44kHz on DVD comes clear.
Woe to the however, if such a DVD for the first time in a
-343 Pioneer DV or Dv-444 wants to play until today for me
Synonym for "playing exclusively 100% correct geauthorte DVD
starting. "

Gruss,
Thomas




Antwort von Christian Potzinger:

Thomas Beyer maltreated the Keyboard with following:

> 352 x 288 pixels MPEG1 (Same s.the VCD Standard)

Between Question: Is the bit rate of MPEG-1 Streams
higher than the synonymous of VCD (1150kb) be?
--
ryl: G'Kar




Antwort von Thomas Beyer:

Christian Potzinger wrote:

>> 352 x 288 pixels MPEG1 (Same s.the VCD Standard)
>
> Between Question: Is the bit rate of MPEG-1 Streams
> Higher than the synonymous of VCD (1150kb) be?

On DVD: Yes. We apply the same restrictions as for bitrate
Use of MPEG2 video. The whole Mux (audio, video) may therefore
10:08 Mbps never exceed. MPEG1 VBR is synonymous permitted in
Contrast to VCR, MPEG1 CBR only where permitted.

Gruss,
Thomas




Antwort von Christian Potzinger:

Thomas Beyer maltreated the Keyboard with following:

> The DVD: Yes. There are the same bitrate limitations
> How in the use of MPEG2 video. [...]

Thank you.
--
ryl: G'Kar





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