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.ogg movie files to DVD

Discussion in 'MPEG-1 and MPEG-2 encoding (AVI to DVD)' started by rph, Feb 20, 2005.

  1. rph

    rph Member

    Feb 19, 2005
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    Hey, there are alot of anime out there in .ogg format. I am having problems writing these files to DVDs.

    Here is relevant info from an included .nfo file:

    Audio Languages : English & Japanese
    Subtitles : English
    Audio Encoding : Ogg VBR Quality 3
    Video Frame Rate : ~23fps (IVTC via Decomb 4)
    Video Resolution : 640X480
    Video bitrate : ~115 File Size : Episode @ ~230 Each
    Video Codec : DivX5 Pro (With B F
    Source : R1 NTSC DVD
    Running Time : ~23 Min per Episode
    How to Play divx5.ogm files :

    Video Player : All Avi Player (WMP classic Best)
    Minimal system Requirement : PII 230 MHZ 256MB ram
    viewing Subtitle & switching : Vobsub 1.8 and Higher
    Codec : Divx 5.0 or Greater
    Playback Filter : Ogg Vorbis Direct Show filter implementation
    Optional Filter : ffdshow - helps watch HQ Divx with slower pc and improve quarity

    Where to Download These Tool : http://www.doom9.org/
    Encoding Processes:

    All anime is encoded with ZX Style of Encodes with dub/sub except noted Standard
    video encode using Smartripper, DVD2AVI, Avisynth, Decomb, Avisynth Filter and
    Virtualdub Filters, VirtualDub and DivX 5.0 PRO.


    The file, when loaded in a media player, have two audio tracks and a subtitle track.

    I would assume that I need to rip each part (1 video, 2 audio, 1 subtitle) and place them into burning software or something that will burn to a DVD.

    Any ideas?
  2. bazilla

    bazilla Regular member

    Jan 13, 2005
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    Well, putting "ogg" in the search field at the top of this page, for starters. I've never done what you are trying to do, but I got a few ideas that way.

    Another idea: see if you can open the files in virtualdubmod, and then save them in mpeg2. Having the files in mpeg2 will give you a lot more options for getting them into dvd format.

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