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Does anyone here know how i would go about burning SVCD and VCD ? i have alot of .bin movies i would like to burn. I have xcdroast right now... can u guys recommend software taht'll do everything for me??
cdrdao works fine for me, you can't do it with xcdroast, and I don't know of any other GUI program that will do it for you. Here's the command I use to burn VCDs, you'll prolly need to change the device, driver, and speed lines to match your burner. Oh, and make sure you're root when you run this or it won't work. To find out where your burner is type (as root) cdrdao scanbus. Anyway here's the line:
cdrdao write --device 0,0,0 --driver generic-mmc-raw --speed 40 --eject foo.bin