- How to switch target format from VCD to SVCD?
- How to use AVI/MPEG CD MAKER to make a VCD? (If you have never used this software, please refer to this.)
- Can ACM support the video
file in RM format? What kind of file formats
does it support?
- Why can’t I add AVI or MPEG1 video files when I want to burn them to SVCD?
- How long does it take
to burn a CD/R?
- Can I play the VCD and
SVCD made by ACM on my VCD player?
- Why can’t some disks be played on VCD players or DVD players?
- Why can’t some video files be added to the source list shown by a "No Correct Decoder installed!" message?
- Sometimes the files cannot be previewed though they can be added. Why? What does the message "Invalid media format" mean ?
We will email a registration code to you after we receive your order fee. Then you may use this registration code and user name to register.
1. Run ACM.
2. Click "register" button on the main panel and a registration page will pop up.
3. Input your registration code and user name, and then click "yes".
4. After your registration completes, the"register" and "buy" buttons will disappear. Now, you can enjoy the full version of AVI/MPEG CD MAKER freely!
No, you needn't. Upgraded version is absolutely free for all registered users.
Yes, of course. Paying by credit card is the
most effective way to get your registration code.
Yes, it does. Trail version can burn a 200M disc only.
Our price is $*24.95*.
1. Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0,
Windows 2000, or Windows XP
2. Pentium-II 450 MHz or faster processor
3. At least 64 MB of RAM
4. A CD-R drive.
5.1 GB free hard drive space
Our software works on a series of Window operating systems, e.g. Windows 98 SE, Windows ME, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, or Windows XP. We don't have versions working on Linux, Mac OS for the moment.
You may follow these procedures to install:
1. Download our software on your computer.
2. Double click the installing file.
3. Follow the directions on the installing program step by step to install ACM.
4. The installation completes successfully.
Run the Add/Delete program from the control panel
in Windows; choose and double click ACM to uninstall the software.
First, please uninstall the old version completely
and install the new version.
Second, please register it again.
If you get some trouble, please contact us.
Press the word "SVCD" on the blue bar, a small window will pop up, press "Yes" to confirm it, then the mode will change to SVCD. And you can switch it back. Please note that, after confirm it, the video files will be removed from the list.
1. First, please double click the icon on the desktop to run the software.
2. Then the software LOGO comes out. After the main panel appears, check VCD or SVCD to burn.
3. Choose an appropriate capacity option for the target CDR. (The option you choose should be smaller than or equal to, but not bigger than the real capacity of your CDRs).
4. Click the "Add video files" button, a search box will pop up, by which you can find the video file you want to burn, and add the file to the source list.
5. Click the "Play" button to preview the real effect, before you burn to your CDR. Of course, you can disregard the button if you do not want to preview.
6. Click "Start burning" button to burn files to your CDR
ACM cannot support files in RM format for the
moment. Now it supports files only in AVI and MPEG format.
But we are sure more file formats, including RM, will be supported
by ACM soon.
Now only files in MPEG2 format can be burned
to SVCD due to some encoding problems. But we are sure that
more file formats will be supported in the new version.
It depends on some factors, such as the CPU and RAM of your system, the capacity of your CDR and so on. Generally speaking, it takes about 25 minutes to burn a 640Mb CDR.
Sure. Most of the VCD players and DVD players
support CDR or CD-RW.
Not all the VCD/DVD players support all CD-R and CD-RW disks. You may refer to the User Guide of the VCD/DVD player; there are instructions on the player's compatibility with CD-RW and CD-R.
To carry out all the functions of the software completely, you should install both directX8.0 and Divx5.02 or above on your system. Otherwise some files in some special formats cannot be used. More, only MPEG1 and AVI file can be burned to VCD, and only MPEG2 files to SVCD. Besides, as a result of the complicated encoding solution, it is possible that a few video files cannot be recognized.
As a default, MPEG2 files cannot be supported
by a serious of Windows operating systems.
This can be solved by installing other media player software on your system, such as Power DVD.