Video CD's can be played in most computers and on many home DVD players.

Video DVD players must be able to read CD-R, and play the VCD format.

Macintosh users may need to download the latest version of Quicktime.  (VCD support may not yet function with OS X)

Windows users will need to use Windows Media Player, or the DVD player that may have come with your computer.

 


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Quicktime Player; Open the file "VIDEO01.MOV" on the Video CD.

Windows Media Player; Open "Windows Media Player" from the "Start Bar" (it's in the Multimedia Folder).  Then, in the Player's "File" menu, select "Open".  Click the "Browse. . ." button, then navigate to the CD-ROM or DVD drive that the Video CD is in.  Open the VCD, then the folder "MPEGAV", make sure to view files of all types, then open the file(s) that appear(s). [ AVSEQ01.DAT ]


If you want to know more about playing a Video CD (VCD) on your computer, visit www.vcdhelp.com

If you would like to contact me personally for more help or information click here.