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3 dvds to 1

Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by predjo, Jun 12, 2003.

  1. predjo

    predjo Member

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    I have 3 elmo dvds for my son but all are only 30 minutes. I want to backup all 3 on one dvd. Did somebody know how can i do that.
    Thank you.
     
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    You will need to use an authoring software package like Pinnacle Studio 8. You should rip each DVD seperately and place them in seperate folders. You ca create a menu system in Pinnacle Studio and give each seperate Ripped DVD a tag. Then i believe it is only a matter of burning it to DVD.

    This is not factual, but mostly gained from articles i have read. If someone would like to correct me if im wrong......__X_X_X_X_X_[small]He who Asks for Nothing, Shall Never be Dissapointed![/small]
     
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    Oriphus Senior member

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    Or check out this:
    Posted by Moderator:

    Many ways to do this, but an easy way is to

    1. rip all 3 dvds to separate dirs
    2. read each ripped dvds into TMPGEnc DVD Author
    3. create the new dvd onto HDD (with your own menus, if you wish).
    4. burn with Nero, or your favourite burner

    Rgds,
    jnihil.
     
  4. predjo

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    thanks.I ripped that in 3 separate folder. I will try now to play with tmpg to see how to make that dvd on hdd.If you have some suggestion please share.
    Thank you one more time.
     
  5. ABMone

    ABMone Guest

    Just wanted to make sure you know that tmpgenc and tmpgenc DVD Author are two seperate programs
     
  6. Oriphus

    Oriphus Senior member

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    Don't you mean TMPEnc and TMPGEnc are two different programs, you listed the same program twice.

    Chris
     
  7. ABMone

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    NO! I said TMPGEnc and its counterpart DVD Author are two different programs and that predjo knows so that he knows not to use the regular tmpgenc to author a dvd.

    It is sold seperately
     
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    I getya sonny! ;-)
     
  9. predjo

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    I download boat. But do you know where can i find some guide how to use that?
     
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    problem with using the TMPGEnc DVD Author ,
    it won't let me load the second dvd file, sometime it ask me for mpeg2 file (which mean it won't regonize my second file)and sometime it said the audio doesn't match first file i load.(but all videos i rip are use same software "dvd DVD DECRYPTER "with same movie source) how to fix that
     

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