N/APosted on - 08/25/2012
What formats are supported by the SVCD specification? I've a VirtualDub which is running OK, but I can't correctly reduce the size of the output files. (It's creating files consistently bigger than the originals). There are a lot of video options in VirtualDub. I can't seem to figure out where to start tweaking. I have tried to shrink them using AutoGK which has been tried and true for me in the past, but I unfortunately I got audio sync problems I can't solve. Solution Please
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The SVCD specification supports various file formats. The SVCD Converter Encoder supports any input file into the MG-SVCD output format. It also supports conversion of files from MPG to any other file format. Usually, the rendered MPG files of this setting are meant to be compliant to the SVCD standard strictly, and they are as well compatible with NERO burning ROM.
The files are seamlessly accepted by NERO and therefore they can be burned without the need to involve an additional process to come up with a CD that can be played on most SVCD stand alone players.