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Discussion in 'DVD±R for advanced users' started by golden_35, Jun 3, 2003.

  1. golden_35

    golden_35 Regular member

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    I dont know if i am confused or what, the method i am using is to extract the large files off of a dvd-9 including the .ifo that goes along with them. After this, i can remove the extra subtitles, languages, etc that i dont want with dvd2one so that i can reduce the size. Without compressing the movie itself. After that, i can encode the movie with tmpgenc so that it will create an mpeg-2? That is where i am confused, i cannot seem to figure out how to load the vob files into tmpgenc! When i what to input a file, it only lets me choose from media files! The reason i am choosing this method is because i would like to use dvd complete to create a menu for the movie afterwards so it will play in my standalone dvd player. P.S. when i encode the vobs with tmpgenc (after i find out how), do i want interlace or non-interlace. Also, why does tmpgenc make you encode it at 704x480, isnt the resolution supposed to be something like 720x480? Thank you
     
  2. thingimij

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    if the film is small enough to go on a dvdr why dont you use ifo mode in dvd decrypter and just extract the .m2v and the .ac3.

    then author.

    thingimijig.
     
  3. golden_35

    golden_35 Regular member

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    I see, what program would i use to burn the .m2v and .ac3?
     
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    You would need DVD authoring software, like Ulead's DVD Factory 2.0, which has a 30 day trial. That will let you import your MPEG's (should be a combined file of audio and video, not split up) and create a menu (if you want) and will export the .vob, .ifo and .bup files to your hard drive in whatever directory you specify, or directly to DVD if you want. I usually write to hard drive to see what it looks like, then write to DVD with Nero 5.5 as a final step.
    Note: the DVD authoring software may try to transcode your MPEG again unless you tell it not to. In ulead's software, there is a checkbox that says "don't re-encode if format is DVD compliant" or something like that.
     

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