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"Enhanced" CD video to DVD

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by backwoods, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. backwoods

    backwoods Guest

    Is it possible to copy the video typically found on an "enhanced" CD to DVD for replay on a standard DVD player? Thanks.
     
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    Cool! *_*
     
  4. backwoods

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    If I knew how I would'nt have asked. Do I need to convert the macromedia files to .iso of what? :.)
     
  5. backwoods

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    Go easy on the Newbie. If you could point me to the appropriate guide?
     
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  6. backwoods

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    Anyone care to help?
     
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    Try the guide at my site called "Convert AVI to DVD"
    Link is in my signature
     
  8. backwoods

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    Your page is very helpful, bookmark-worthy. Some of the files are .mpg, some are already .avi, and your guide seems to cover those, but will it work with the macromedia files?I don't have the CD here, but I think the file was macromedia.exe, at least I know the .exe part is right. Thanks for the link,
     
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    Thats completly different all together, and I am really not sure about a Macromedia file. Macromedia is actually a program that plays flash file as far as I know. Maybe someone else can jump in on this one.. ?
     
  10. backwoods

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    I found another file on the cd video.swf , shockwave file?
     
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  12. backwoods

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    Thee DivxtoDVD worked great for the .avi and .mpg files I had, thanks for that. It didn't work with the shockwave or some Quicktime movies I tried it on. The link you sent me might solve the .swf problem, but the quicktime files need another converter, I believe. I'm having a lot of problems connecting to the software pages to see if one is available, so that might have to wait for another day. Any recommendations? Thanks for pointing me in the right direction, btw. if I could only get the site to co-operate.....
     
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  14. backwoods

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    I dwloaded both your recommendations and I'll have to figure them out before I find out if they work for me. At least I know what I'm dealing with now . Again, thanks for the help, questions all answered for now, I'm sure I'll be back sometime,
     

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