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i have a vcd recorded on pinnacle system.


nutty norm

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I Have a vcd recorded on the pinaccle system i have tried to make it play on my computer which i am not having any success, it will play on my Panasonic player recorder, i have downloaded some more Codecs to see if that works it still will not play, having ask the question before and got an answer it stopped working altogether now, any more solutions would be grateful, Nutty norm

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lotvic

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Previous thread http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/forums/1/tech-helproom/4177744/a-video-cd-that-has-been-recorded-on-pinnacle/

I suggest you look at and then copy the contents of the VCD to a folder on your W7 Harddrive. Then tell us what the files are and their ext (the bit after the .) I always thought that VCD files were .MPEG2 files but I might be wrong.

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Lazarus The 2nd

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bluesbrother

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Try using VLC to play it.

VLC media player

It is possibly the best media player available.

If you think the disk is damaged try Unstoppable Copier to recover the contents.

Unstoppable Copier 5.2

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