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Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cpk333, Dec 10, 2004.

  1. cpk333

    cpk333 Member

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    I have movie files on my hard drive.How can i get the video_ts and audio_ts from the movie files.is there a program that will break down movie files of different formats to where i can burn them to dvd-r.
    any and all help would be greatly appreciated.
    thank you.
     
  2. hectorh

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    Roxio Easy CD Creator 7 includes the ability to create a DVD with the movies in your hard drive. Go take a look at it.
     
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    You might give DVD Santa a try. I've never used it but have read it will do this and other things.
     
  4. bigorange

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    Have you tried NVE(NeroVisionExpress)? It will allow you you to convert the files(It also converts faster than most of the other file conversion apps), add more than one file, create a custom menu for your compilation so you can navigate and go to any file you wish, set chapters, compress, and burn to DVD all in one app.

    Most apps either author or convert, NVE 3 is one of the few that does both. It's easy to use for a program of this type and has an easy interface.

    It even has a software remote control with which to preview your work and make sure it works and allows you to make any changes you wish before you burn to disc.

    It comes in the Nero Ultra 6 suite, an entire suite of audio and video programs which you can use for free each and every month for the entire month til you decide to buy(which I highly recommend). You must reinstall it each month and then you are good to go for that entire month.

    I would stay away from Roxio for one reason, it doesn't play nice with other DVD software. It's been known to cause conflict with others, it's hard to remove(it leaves remnants that cause conflict with other DVD software, there is even a tool to help remove it from the registry because of it's tenacity)) and it especially hates Nero, which does coexist with others peacefully. ;>)

    Good luck however you decide to go :>)
     

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