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   * [[http://​muhdzamri.blogspot.com/​2007/​01/​how-to-make-vcd-with-k3b-using-linux.html|How to make VCD with K3B using Linux]]   * [[http://​muhdzamri.blogspot.com/​2007/​01/​how-to-make-vcd-with-k3b-using-linux.html|How to make VCD with K3B using Linux]]
  
-People have basically said, "if you want it to play *everywhere*,​ your best chance is Video CD." It's true. I can get these to play in my two DVD players, and both of my [[Sony Blu-ray Players|Blu-ray ​players]], but [[SVCD]] will only play in my [[Sony DVD Players|DVD ​players]]. Doesn'​t look bad, either. I like it as a good alternative and fail-proof backup of transferring VHS videos to something.+People have basically said, "if you want it to play *everywhere*,​ your best chance is Video CD." It's true. I can get these to play in my two DVD players, and both of my [[Sony Blu-ray Players|Blu-ray players]]. Doesn'​t look bad, either. I like it as a good alternative and fail-proof backup of transferring VHS videos to something.
  
 Specifications for Video CDs: Specifications for Video CDs:
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 cdrdao write --device /dev/cdrom videocd.cue cdrdao write --device /dev/cdrom videocd.cue
 </​code>​ </​code>​
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 +And there you go :)
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 +{{:​vcd_birdman_mplayer.png|}}

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