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Burning .ogg movie files to DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by rph, Feb 19, 2005.

  1. rph

    rph Member

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    Hey, there are alot of anime out there in .ogg format. I am having problems writing these files to DVDs.

    Here is relevant info from an included .nfo file:

    Audio Languages : English & Japanese
    Subtitles : English
    Audio Encoding : Ogg VBR Quality 3
    Video Frame Rate : ~23fps (IVTC via Decomb 4)
    Video Resolution : 640X480
    Video bitrate : ~115 File Size : Episode @ ~230 Each
    Video Codec : DivX5 Pro (With B F
    Source : R1 NTSC DVD
    Running Time : ~23 Min per Episode
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    How to Play divx5.ogm files :

    Video Player : All Avi Player (WMP classic Best)
    Minimal system Requirement : PII 230 MHZ 256MB ram
    viewing Subtitle & switching : Vobsub 1.8 and Higher
    Codec : Divx 5.0 or Greater
    Playback Filter : Ogg Vorbis Direct Show filter implementation
    Optional Filter : ffdshow - helps watch HQ Divx with slower pc and improve quarity

    Where to Download These Tool : http://www.doom9.org/
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    Encoding Processes:

    All anime is encoded with ZX Style of Encodes with dub/sub except noted Standard
    video encode using Smartripper, DVD2AVI, Avisynth, Decomb, Avisynth Filter and
    Virtualdub Filters, VirtualDub and DivX 5.0 PRO.


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    The file, when loaded in a media player, have two audio tracks and a subtitle track.

    I would assume that I need to rip each part (1 video, 2 audio, 1 subtitle) and place them into burning software or something that will burn to a DVD.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. rph

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    Any ideas?
     
  3. bazilla

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    I don't know of a one-click solution (which doesn't mean their isn't one). But you might be able to convert to mpeg2 with virtualdubmod, and then you'd have lots of choices for getting the mpeg2 to dvd.
     

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