burninfool wrote:To answer your question no,the audio must be converted to 48khz and the video has to be in .VOB format(VCD/SVCD is .DAT).A DVD that has .DAT files will only play on a PC.
The best way is to reauthor using TMPGEnc DVD Author,Ulead VideoStudio,etc.
That's not the whole story, though.
You are right that the audio must be in 48khz (which is a not very time-consuming recoding process), but you actually CAN use the existing SVCD video for a DVD without recoding.
This is outside the exact DVD restrictions, of course, but works on players that support SVCD playback. Nero does not support this, but some other Programs like DVD-Lab and SVCD2DVD do.
Read a guide on how to do this with DVD-Lab, here:
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