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CinePlayer is "buried" under the home/ applications location. It is the second one down on the left side of the list of applications.

quote name='heshie75v' date='Apr 30 2006, 06:17 PM' post='25768'] How do I playback a VCD I created on my PC?...The old version of Roxio had a player buried in the utilites, is there one here?

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CinePlayer is "buried" under the home/ applications location. It is the second one down on the left side of the list of applications.

quote name='heshie75v' date='Apr 30 2006, 06:17 PM' post='25768'] How do I playback a VCD I created on my PC?...The old version of Roxio had a player buried in the utilites, is there one here?

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I have tried CinePlayer..but it does not reconize the CD that I made..It plays on my DVD player but not on CinePlayer.

Just a note...It is a CD containing pictures that I made with ECM 8

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I have tried CinePlayer..but it does not recognize the CD that I made..It plays on my DVD player but not on CinePlayer. Just a note...It is a CD containing pictures that I made with EMC 8

 

CinePlayer is really a Sonic Product. They provide support at a website that you can reach by going to the help tab. If the following doesn't work, go there and you can get personalized technical support.: My guess is either 1 or 2 or a setting that is not correct. That disc is a vcd and not just a CD with images, correct? My DVD player plays jpeg-cds which is just a bunch of jpg files on a CD. I don't think that CinePlayer will do that but there are other Windows built in programs to do that.

 

Cineplayer will not play discsIssue: Your DVD/VCD spins up, but doesn't play back properly

 

 

 

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There are some basic steps you can do to ensure that your DVDs/VCDs playback more smoothly.

  1. Update your firmware for your DVD-ROM drive/burner.This document lists the firmware pages for the most popular DVD drives as well as directions on hoot locate your firmware version and drive model number. Roxio/Sonic doesn't recommend that you use firmware from anywhere but the manufacturer's website.
  2. The media. If you burned the DVD yourself, make sure you used media that is recommend by the burner you burned it with, or the player you are using to playback. Most DVD-ROM/burners will note the best recordable media to use in their equipment.
  3. Cleanliness. Check the disc for any scratches or dirt. When cleaning, remember to start from the center of the disc and wipe straight out, not in a circular pattern.
  4. If your drive is external, make sure it is connected directly to the computer via USB/Firewire and not a hub or other other device like a sound card.

modified 3/20/06

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