This has always been my belief.
The thing that I find confusing is that I put an Avi (700 MB) of a movie, onto a VCD. I would have to check the runtime, but I'm sure the movie is well over 60 mins in length (Full length movie). Just checked the time with VLC and it states the file is 1 hour 20 minutes 59 seconds.
It is this VCD that I'm trying to replicate. I have tried so many techniques and programmes to do it. I forgot the method used to create the VCD.
I'm just confused and overloaded with various methods, and it is a slow process when working with encoding video.
The VCD in question consists of four (4) folders;
EXT. (LOT_X.VCD, PSD_X.VCD,)
MPEGV. (AVSEQ1.DAT) 698 MB
VCD. (ENTRIES.VCD, INFO.VCD, LOT.VCD, PSD.VCD)
It looks like the above was accomplished using Toast 8.