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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by natb, Sep 8, 2004.

  1. natb

    natb Member

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    Can anyone explain how to create a DVD (or CD) from movie clips (about 10 minutes each in .mov format)? I have a bunch of these which I took at home with my Easyshare Kodak 7530 digital camera. I'd like to combine all these clips into one movie file that can play on a home DVD player. Does anyone know the procedure or steps involved to do this? I have a 3 ghz dimension 8300 with 1 gb memory and of course a DVD/CD burner. Any help or explanation would be greatly appreciated.

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    Convert your .mov file(s) into MPEG-2 DVD complaint file , then use TMPGenc DVD Author [30 day free trial period] to add menu & chapter points + convert to VOB format.

    I didnt suggest which encoder to use for encoding from .mov to MPEG-2 as there are loads to choose from ;c)
     
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    Thank you for the info Herbsman. It will take some time to learn, but I'll be looking into your recommendations. Thank you very much.

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