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Please Help!! How to copy multiple DVD to DVD-r

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by lacdoi, Aug 27, 2004.

  1. lacdoi

    lacdoi Guest

    Hi,

    I want to make backup multiple movies into 1 DVD-r. But I want to make a menu for each movie. Is there a simple way of doing this, and what programs will I use?
    Thanks
     
  2. jim_dandy

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    most dvd authoring software will do the job for you TMPGEnc dvd author,dvd lab,just to name a few,heres a guide for TMPGEnc dvd author:http://users.skynet.be/contra/dvddouble.htm#0
    this guide says to chose no menu but just go ahead and add one.
    good luck and welcome to the club
    jim

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  3. lacdoi

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    Thanks, Jim. Now I got no audio. I'm using TMPGenc DVD Author, when I select Add DVD video ( I got all the VOB file already made using DVD Shink) in the add clip page the audio setting said unspecified. How do I fix this or how can I get the audio? Thanks

     
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    Ive never had that problem.Have you tried playing your vobs in your dvd player software,ie. windvd powerdvd etc? You may have deselected the wrong audio track in dvd shrink.
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  5. lacdoi

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    The vobs works fine in PowerDVD (video and audio).
     
  6. lacdoi

    lacdoi Guest

    Hi Jim_dandy

    I already figured it out. Thanks for your help.
     

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