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vso divx to dvd encoding/nve3 t/coding whats the difference

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by paulsy, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. paulsy

    paulsy Member

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    good morning everyone,first of thanks to everyone for their help i think i have just successfuly burnt my first dvd using nve3,now here's the thing i understand an avi file has to be encoded using either vso divx to dvd or nve3,now i know that nve t/codes and burns to disc but just while i was fiddleing around with the vso software i noticed a wee unchecked box saying burn with copy to dvd,will the vso software do the same job as nve3. As a novice the latter seemed a little bit more straight forward to me or is it as broad as it's long,any thoughts,all the best P.
     
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    Or one of a hundred other programs.
    There are MPEG Encoders.
    There are DVD Authors.
    There are all-in-one MPEG Encoders with DVD Authors.

    Some include the burning.
    Some have optional burning.
    Some have no burning. Do it yourself.

    Those two programs are of the all-in one type.
    The difference is the amount of DVD authoring.
    There may be a difference in the quality of the encoding.
    It's the difference between having a movie only DVD, and having a DVD with menus, chapters, special features, etc.

    The reason you know of those two is that one is free and the other, most people who backup DVD's already have.
     

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