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Old Oct 18, 2004, 1:28 PM   #1
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Last saturday I filmed my son while he was performing in a trumpet concours. Now I want to make a VCD/DVD from the resulting .MOV file (100Mb). Unfortunately some tools that I tried to use (Quicktime, Mov2avi) could not convert the file.
I am looking for an advise on how to get this .MOV file (maybe via an AVI format) to a SVCD disk?
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Old Oct 18, 2004, 2:13 PM   #2
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hi,

if you have both Nero 6 Ultra AND QT 6.3, nero can import .mov files direct into VCD, SVCD and DVD tracks.

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Ritu.

ps. if this doesnt work try rad video tools. i use this myself, though for a different purpose.
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sorry, duplicate post.
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sorry, duplicate post....again
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Old Oct 19, 2004, 7:39 AM   #5
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@ Arkantos: thanks, hope it works. But why do you refer to QT 6.3? Should I first convert the Kodak camera file (with extension MOV) into a QT movie (MOV)? Or can I immediately import it into Nero?
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Old Oct 19, 2004, 1:48 PM   #6
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the DC outputs the movie in native QT format, thus the .mov extension.

the cd writing interface dll is available from 6.3. so u can get 6.3 or any later version.

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Yes, I got it working! Thanks for your advise. First I converted the DX MOV file to a Quicktime MOV file using Quicktime (don't know the difference actually, but the size is 2x as big). This file is accepted by NERO to create a VCD.
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Yes, I got it working! Thanks for your advise. First I converted the DX MOV file to a Quicktime MOV file using Quicktime (don't know the difference actually, but the size is 2x as big). This file is accepted by NERO to create a VCD.
Thanks for investigating this for us. My daughter did a small movie in the summer, and though I have made numerous VCDs using AVI and MPG files, I could not get the MOV files to work.

Regards,

Tom, on Point Pelee, Canada
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