wmv to mpeg1 converter

  john-232317 07:46 13 Sep 2004
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Hi guys, does anyone know of a free program that will convert the files so that i can make a vcd that will play on dvd players through the TV.

When i use XP´s movie maker they only play on the PC.

thanks in advance john

  MichelleC 09:10 13 Sep 2004

Nero can do it if that's your burning prog. If not TMPGenc can probably do it click here

  john-232317 10:39 13 Sep 2004

Thanks for the reply, i have got nero, but i am new to it, can you tell me how i convert it in nero.

thanks john

  MichelleC 11:53 13 Sep 2004

Having said it I'm not sure nero does it (it's not easy to find out what formats it can convert), but TMPGenc can convert TMclick here

  ZEROTOLERANCE 12:16 13 Sep 2004

nero 6 will do it, do you have nero 6 ultra edition?

  ZEROTOLERANCE 12:18 13 Sep 2004

if so go through to the end just before you burn and you can change the setting which is ntsc, to PAL,

burn and watch.

ZT

  ZEROTOLERANCE 12:20 13 Sep 2004

dont forget if its not a DVD burner to also change the DVD setting to VCD.

  john-232317 12:46 13 Sep 2004

I have nero ver 6,0,0,9

when i try to drag file over it says " unexpected file format" and wont load it.

I will try MichelleC`s link on it.

Thank you both for the help....john

  ZEROTOLERANCE 15:26 13 Sep 2004

OR you could try a programme thats very good,
its called ALL MEDIA FIXER, drag in file tell it to fix it and its done, simple to use and it does a great job.

  Rogerfredo 17:20 13 Sep 2004

Windows Movie maker needs to save in AVI mode for subsequent conversion to mpeg.
If you have Nero 6, you can then use Nerovision Express to compile your DVD.

  john-232317 20:17 13 Sep 2004

Thanks guys it looks like Nero Express automatically changes the file to mpeg1 on the burn,,, :-)) will give it a try mañana....john

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