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manual page for vcdimager 0.7.24


vcdimager [OPTION...] <mpeg-tracks...>

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-t, --type=TYPE

select VideoCD type (’vcd11’, ’vcd2’, ’svcd’ or ’hqvcd’) (default: ’vcd2’)

-c, --cue-file=FILE

specify cue file for output (default: ’videocd.cue’)

-b, --bin-file=FILE

specify bin file for output (default: ’videocd.bin’)

-l, --iso-volume-label=LABEL

specify ISO volume label for video cd (default: ’VIDEOCD’)


specify ISO application id for video cd (default: ’’)


specify album id for video cd set (default: ’’)


specify number of volumes in album set


specify album set sequence number (< volume-count)


enable non-compliant compatibility mode for broken devices


update scan data offsets in video mpeg2 stream


use 2336 byte sectors for output


add empty dir to ISO fs


add single file to ISO fs


add file containing full 2336 byte sectors to ISO fs

-T, --create-time=STRING

specify creation date on files in CD image (default: current date)

-v, --verbose

be verbose

-q, --quiet

show only critical messages

-V, --version

display version and copyright information and exit

Help options:
-?, --help

Show this help message


Display brief usage message


Copyright © 2000-2003 Herbert Valerio Riedel <hvr[:at:]gnu[:dot:]org>

2003 Rocky Bernstein <rocky[:at:]panix[:dot:]com>

This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

see also

The full documentation for vcdimager is maintained as a Texinfo manual. If the info and vcdimager programs are properly installed at your site, the command

info vcdimager

should give you access to the complete manual.


Written by Herbert Valerio Riedel and Rocky Bernstein.

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