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HOW TO BURN MPEG FILE USING NTI SOFTWARE

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by tweetie, Sep 10, 2007.

  1. tweetie

    tweetie Member

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    i compressed all my dvds in my hard drive to MPeg files and I'm having the hardest time burning it, I try to put it in the desinated folder Video TS folder but when I open up the designated folder to transfer the file into the TS folder it's empty what can I do, or what am I doing wrong
     
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    what format are you wanting to make? vcd? super vcd?
     
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    well what is the different so should I use the super vcd or regular ? I think I did it wrong I would go into DVD data would that help I am just trying to understand this, I did the DVD data and it put at least 5 movies on one dvd? and it would play in one dvd but not the other I have a toshiba dvd player and it will not play in that one
     
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    Well i just tried to use the super vcd and it requires a MPEG 2 and I don't know where to get that from any suggestions I just have the regular MPeg and I have Kazza codec pack does that make a difference?
     
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    are you just wanting to backup a dvd?
     
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    well I'm trying to burn a dvd? and I'm pretty sure I'm doing something wrong
     

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