Now let's talk abou...

Now let's talk about how to do these things!  


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February 4, 2020 10:53 pm  

These files have commands such as path definition that allow VCDs to be read in VCD players.

Nero automatically creates these files. Also, if your video image is not DAT (Avi or Mpeg), it automatically converts it to Dat. Previously, when it was necessary to make a DAT video CD again, it was necessary to convert it to MPEG format.

Not only that, it automatically makes the name of your Video image AVSEQ01 and puts it in the MPEGAV folder. So you just have to drag and drop your Video image again. It's that simple.

Now let's talk about how to do these things!

In Nero, we open the new Compilation window by selecting new from the File menu.

Select the Video-CD from here and make sure that my Encoding resolution section is selected PAL in the window that opens to the screen.

Then click the New button on the right and scroll.

As we mentioned earlier in the window opened to the screen (CDI,EXT,MPEGAV,SEGMENT,VCD) folders are created. All we have to do is select your Video from File Boswer and drag it into the empty space like always.

Thus, we realized the Video-CD burning process.

When I drag and drop my Capture video file, it is automatically named AVSEQ01.He changed it to DAT and placed it in the MPEGAV folder himself.

How to prepare and use a Bootable CD

The cycle of using system disks on the computer has now ended. With Bootable CDs, you make the process done by system floppy disks faster and you get rid of that Thakur tukur sound that floppy makes when starting the system.

Oh wait, me pumped up and dispose of it immediately because it to prepare a bootable CD, we need them one last time though :)

Bootable CD immediately comes to mind when you say Win98 CD, right?. Yes, Microsoft's Win98 CD is a bootable CD, so if you set the boot Settings from BIOS to be the first CD Rom drive at boot time, it will be the first CD Rom drive to look at when booting, and the system will boot from the CD-ROM.

The order of the write operation is as follows:;

You select CD ROM (boot) from New compilation.

Insert the system disk into the floppy drive and click New. You can then select the data to save and start writing.

After you finish burning, look inside a CD. I wonder if you can see the files on the system disk.

- First take the image of the files on the floppy drive and then write-

My point is that you finally cut out for the CD copy process which is the issue we strongly recommend that you check the clonecd program

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