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Old 10 Oct 2003, 11:15 PM   #1
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Default MPG, AVI, and Mpeg to DVD?

I have made many backups using DVD Decrypter and Instant Copy but have never actually authored anything. Now I want to be able to convert some downloaded (multiple of single event) files to dvd. I want to edit each part and assemble the dvd as one movie. I have mpg's, avi's, mov's, wmv's, asf's, rm's and mpeg's. Question, is there a simple do all proggy around that will let me do this or tutorials that will step me through it. Again, I am new at authoring and forgive me if this a redundant issue.
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Old 10 Oct 2003, 11:19 PM   #2
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Hmm... I don't think all of those files can be placed onto a DVD -- for example, I don't think there's any way to add a .RM file onto a DVD, same goes for .MOV
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Old 11 Oct 2003, 12:16 AM   #3
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Hmm... I don't think all of those files can be placed onto a DVD -
OK, let's narrow it down to just mpg's, avi's, and mpeg's and thanks for the speedy response. I though I could do it with TMPGEnc DVD Author, but couldn't open the mpg files.
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Old 11 Oct 2003, 12:18 AM   #4
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wrong!!!!

there is no all in one program to accomplish that....

but there is a let us say common way to do so.....

the way would be:

moviesource (rm , mov,asf ,wma ...mpeg)to avi--->Tmpeg
or CCE--->Tmpeg DVD author(or DVDlab)--->burn to DVD.

most difficult in this thing is to extract the source movies
to *.avi

WMA, ASF to avi use ASF tools and microsoft media encoder.....(ms mediaencoder must be installed get asftools to work)

*.rm to avi use TINRA

mov to avi use MOV2AVI + MOV2AVI batch controller
(note: Cinema craft encoder can convert mov to mpeg2
directly if the mov contains a reasonable framerate)

the mpegs can be loaded directly into Tmpeg and CCE

when loaded via avisynth.... use "fitcd" to create proper
Avisynth scripts.....

all software exept the CCE and microsoft mediaencoder
can be found on the softwaresite of
www.divx-digest.com

the destination format of a dvd is a Mpeg2 720X480 (ntsc) or 720X576 (pal)

of course mpegs that are already in that format don┤t
have to be converted.....

good luck
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