How to Convert a Video CD Movie to an MP4


VCD, or VideoCD, is a format that contains about 74 minutes of video and audio. The audio and video are encoded and stored in MPEG-1 format. The VCD can be played on all computers with a CD-ROM drive and some standalone DVD players. MP4, or MPEG-4, is a video format that uses different compression for its video and audio tracks. Video is encoded in MPEG-4, and AAC is the audio used to compress the audio. Many media players support MP4 video files. If you want to convert a Video CD movie to an MP4, download a video converter.

Xilisoft Video Converter

  • Download and install Xilisoft Video Converter (see Resources).

  • Run Xilisoft Converter.

  • Upload your Video CD movie. Click "Add Files" on Xilisoft's toolbar to browse your computer for a VCD.

  • Click "Open" when you are finished browsing for the VCD you want to convert to MP4.

  • Click "Profile" to select "MP4" as the output format. Output format is the video format you are converting your VCD as.

  • Click "Browse" to find a folder to save the MP4.

  • Click "Converted Checked Item(s)" on Xilisoft's toolbar to convert a video CD movie to an MP4.

ImTOO MP4 Converter

  • Download and install ImTOO MP4 Converter (see Resources).

  • Run ImTOO MP4 Converter.

  • Load your VCD into ImTOO MP4 Converter. Click "File" and "Add Files" to load a VCD, then click "Open."

  • Click "Profile" to select "MP4" as the output video format, then click "Browse" to select a folder where you are saving the MP4 file.

  • Click "Convert" to begin converting VCD to MP4.

AVS Video Converter

  • Download and install the AVS Video Converter (see Resources).

  • Open AVS Video Converter.

  • Load a Video CD into AVS Video Converter by clicking "Browse." "Browse" is located by the "Input File Name" section.

  • Click "MP4" on AVS Video Converter toolbar, and then click "Browse" by "Output File Name" to find a location on your computer to save the MP4.

  • Click "Convert Now" to convert your videos.

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