[quote]Originally posted by neutrino23:
If the VCD doesn't mount in OS 9 that is another problem, maybe the disk is bad. In OS 9 you should be able to put the disk into the computer and have it mount onto the desktop. Once they navigate the folders till you see folders named something like MPGAV or Segments. Inside these you will see some large files about 300 to 400MB. Open these with QT. If you get the free program FreeVCD it does all this for you. I'm not familiar with MacVCD but probably does something similar, that is, faciliate feeding the correct files to QT.
Just curious, there is only one disk? Whenever we buy movies on VCD they come with two CDs in the package.</strong><hr></blockquote>
No - there were 2 VCD's ... I just used the term VCD to mean a video movie on VCD format as a complete package.
Btw, the discs (both) worked in a stand alone VCD player. Both disks also mounted on the desktop. However, when navigating the folders, there were no "black" files to play... they were all greyed out.
I might try to download FreeVCD next and give it a shot. MacVCD for OS X was unsuccessful in reading either of the VCD discs.