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Old 08-23-2005, 01:54 PM   #1
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vcdimager + problem packing a video

hey guys i have this video i have re-encoded with ffmpeg to make the vid into ntsc-svcd format, the file is 1.6GB in size

now i want to package it in vcdimager and i execute this command:

vcdimager -v -t svcd -c test1.cue -b test1.bin test1.mpg

then i get this output a couple of minutes later:

**ERROR: image too big (727642 sectors > 449850 sectors)

now i did a google search and its hard to find anyone who had this issue, i hardly believe iam the only one lol


I did a couple of google searches on what this can mean, basically what i read was that the file iam trying to use will not fit into a normal 80 min cdr.. but i want to fit it on a dvd, apparently you can edit the source code, i dont know if anyone has tried ? or know about doing this ?

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