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what software do I need to edit homemade DVD's?

Discussion in 'DVDR' started by bert1c, May 26, 2007.

  1. bert1c

    bert1c Guest

    I have several homemade DVD's, some copied from home video cassettes and some copied from my "storebought" movies on both Dvd and VCR ..I have an Insignia DVD/VCR recorder. When I put the DVD (both +R and +RW) into my DVD drive on my computer, for editing purposes, I cannot import the files into my MovieMaker or anything else I have, the files show up as Video_RM and Video_TS...Is there anything out there that would help me to edit and remake these DVD's? Preferably Free software.
     
  2. attar

    attar Senior member

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    Not free, but I think you have thirty days without restrictions.

    http://www.afterdawn.com/guides/archive/tmpgenc_dvd_author_guide.cfm

    The DVD's that you have (Video_RM)is probably a non standard way of storing DVD files.
    VIDEO_TS sounds like a standard format.In this instance if you examine the contents it probably contains .VOB files which are the actual video.
    In the _RM case, I'm not sure if TMPGenc would open it, but if you ripped the disk with DVD Decrypter to the hard drive a standard DVD folder would be created and that might let Movie Maker accept it.

    Good luck.
     

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