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mixed video and still slideshow

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by vhouc, Mar 16, 2005.

  1. vhouc

    vhouc Member

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    ok - here it is. i have a dvd recorder and a camcorder. i used the dvd recorder to transfer videos i filmed on a project. the recorder created a dvd out of it - then i used shrink to capture small clips using the feature start and end then created new video files.
    now i wanted to mixed these video files with some of my still sliedshows or mixed them up in such a way i can have still and moving pictures all together.
    which software should i use? can dvdlab do it?
     
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    Yes, DVDLab can do it. It's probably the best tool for a mixed mode DVD (slides and movies all on one.)
     
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    on the project section, where movies, menu and slides - i will drag my slide to slide and drag my short clip in between slides? is this how i do it?
     
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    Start by creating your slide show. Click Project, Add slide show.
    Next, add your movies.
    Make a menu.
    Link however you want on the connections tab.
    Read the help files, there are tutorials included.
     
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    hey i did it, and it worked but i cannot squeeze my slideshow to an existing movie or the other way around, my movie to an existing slideshow. i have to wait until each show is finish then the link will run the other show.
    btw...what should i use to convert vob to avi or mpeg?
     
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    You can get out of the existing slideshow/movie by hitting the MENU button.
    Use rejig to rip vobs.
     
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    sorry for confusion, yes I know that but what I am trying to say is the insert, would like the capability to trim or cut the movie insert my slideshow then continue the movie (as if combing them into one movie)
     
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    You would have to break the movie up into multiple movies, then have selectable links to go to the slide show, or continue movie, maybe with a timeout, so the movie just continues playing if no button is pushed.
     

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