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Vcd's i have a sc-ht740 dvd home theater system. i have tried and tried to burn both vcd's and svcd's from my Cucusoft AVI to VCD/DVD/SVCD converter but my dvd player keeps saying no play. help

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  • johnm99 Apr 16, 2008

    panasonic sc-ht740

  • johnm99 Apr 16, 2008

    im using Cucusoft AVI to VCD/DVD/SVCD converter and am writing to cd/r as a svcd which my panasonic supports

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Do they play in your computer as a VCD using the DVD player software you use? If you browse the CD in Windows Explorer is there a video_ts folder? In that folder there should be a bunch of VOB files. If there is then it should work. Did you try it in someone else's DVD player?

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    Dean Joly Apr 16, 2008

    I use CopyXtoDVD, works great, but so should your software. I am thinking you have a bad setting in your converter or the discs aren't burning properly. Like I said before, check to make sure the video_ts folder is present and the vob files. Also try on another DVD player.

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Id suggest trying Nero do burn vcds
there is a trial version, also it comes with some dvd burners for free.

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May i please know the model and the make of the product in details so that it can help me resolving the issue is a more prompt manner

Posted on Apr 16, 2008

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    Maanita Chadha Apr 16, 2008

    Downlod this converter from this link and then once you save it in your harddrive you can burn the file as a dvd software file using any burning software,

    http://www.magic-video-software.com/down...

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1. Power up unit with no disk in the tray
2. After "no disc" shows on the front display, press PAUSE on the remote
3. Press in order: 1, 4, 7, 2 on the remote (short keypresses). A new screen will show up, EEPROM settings with a green background
4. Write down the EEPROM string for backup/restore purposes in case you screw up. My string was 55 53 00 45 02 55 64 FF (compare with the default string of the 312, which is 55 53 00 45 14 55 64 FF).
5. To enable VCD playback, move the cursor to the "45" (4th group of characters from the left; use the remote up/down arrows to move right/left) and enter "46" or "47" instead, then press ENTER to commit
6. To enable SVCD playback, move the cursor to the "64" field (second from the right) and enter "FE" instead. To enter "F" press "6" on the remote and keep pressed. To enter "E" press "5" on the remote and keep pressed. After you're finished entering "FE" press ENTER on the remote to commit
7. Press PAUSE on the remote to exit the EEPROM screen
8. Power off, then power on again the player
9. It now plays SVCDs and/or VCDs depending on the codes you entered.

The final EEPROM strings with both VCD and SVCD enabled are:
55 53 00 46 02 55 FE FF and
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NB the replacement of 64 by FE was in the past wrongly labeled as Macrovision hack. That's not true. What it really does is enable SVCD playback. If you only do the #5 above, you'll only get VCD playback. If you only do the #6 above, you'll only get SVCD playback. If you do both, you'll get VCD and SVCD playback.

(SVCD playback was especially important to me because I have several hundreds of them - mostly TV shows recorded on my TiVo, then exported to the PC and converted to SVCD)

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Region: 1
Chip ID: M3355A-B
Servo ver: S101_43180
Microcom ver: V1.50A MP
PROM: 55 53 00 45 02 55 64 FF
Factory reset... done...
(the PROM I listed above is before the VCD/SVCD hack)

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