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Creating a dvd from VOB and AVI files

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by biotech, Apr 28, 2005.

  1. biotech

    biotech Member

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    Hi all
    I need some advice please. I have some old films in VOB format. I would like to create some titles and introductory script for these films and I've managed to do this using the Windows Movie Maker software (which I found pretty straight forward and easy to use).

    I'd appreciate some help now in combining the two formats (the VOB files of the original films and the WMM file. Is there a way I can convert the Windows Movie Maker file into VOB which will allow me to compile the files using DVD Shrink? Whats the best software for my job? Ultimately I want to then burn the completed files onto a DVD.

    Any help and assistance very much appreciated.

    Kind regards
    Bio
     
  2. rebootjim

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    First, WMM format sucks. You should be saving as DV-AVI.
    These will then have to be encoded to mpeg-2, and then authored to .vob
    You are probably going to need more than one piece of software to do it, although some of the "one-click" solutions can take .wmv
    Try WinAVI video converter.
     

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