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Old 29th November 2007
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Originally Posted by adicoto
Standard compatible VCD have a constant bitrate. There it's no need to aproximate, the length of the video it's more than clear. But if you write a 25 fps file in NTSC format (29.97) you won't get more frames, just the player will divide the length of the movie to 29.97 instead of 25 and give a different playing time.
The default VCD encoding standard is selected as "PAL" in Nero. I didn't change it. Don't know which incompatibility has occured. Some of other PAL VCDs total length are displayed different with a few seconds more by my DVD player (stand-alone, connected to TV).

Meanwhile, opening VCD files (DAT + mpeg) requires a huge paging time to operate, the drive lens flashes a lot of times before the track comes out to play though the lens and CD is high quality and clean.
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