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.avi >> .mpg >> .vob?

Discussion in 'Video - Software discussion' started by UseLess, Sep 19, 2002.

  1. UseLess

    UseLess Member

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    I have converted a .avi file to .mpg, now can i convert the .mpg to .vob? If so, how, and with what program?
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    DVD authoring software -- all of them are commercial. DVDIt, myDVD, Maestro, Scenarist, ULead DVD Studio, etc..
     
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    By commercial, you mean i have to pay for it, right? DAMN, i already bought Nero because i was told by the salesman that it would do it! That lying bastard!

    Thanks for your help. I downloaded Maestro, but i guess the trial version doesn't let you do it. All i could do was make a damn layout, or something like that.
     
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    Son of a ..... I downloaded Ulead DVD Studio, and when i tried to author a movie that i converted to .mpeg, it said that it is not dvd compliant. What the hell does that mean? Can someone help me here.
     
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    dRD I hate titles Staff Member

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    Yeah, MPEGs need to be encoded with very specific specs when you encode them. Resolution either 720x480/576, 704x480/576, 352x480/576 or 352x240/288, audio in either MP2, AC3, LPCM or DS2.0, bitrate max 10.8MBit/sec, etc...
     
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    Thanks. I really didn't know what i was getting myself into when i bought this thing. I thought i would just be able to put a dvd in and burn away! Hopefully they come out with software that makes it easier(and faster) down the road
     
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    Have you tryied TMPGEnc? I think that will do.
     
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    cocoE: It can encode, not author. But to mention: latest IFOEdit supports basic DVD authoring as well, so there is finally a FREE solution for DVD authoring as well.
     

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