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Old 15 Jun 2003, 05:22 AM   #1
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Question-2 (S)VCD2DVD with menu & 2 audio tracks?

Hi there,

I have to backup some SVCD files (and even VCD). I'm looking for a affortable programm which is able to create menus and supports multiple audio tracks.

So far I'm using a trial version of DVDlab 1.15, but this programm is unable to support multiple audio tracks. On the other hand I'm using IFOEDIT to create a new DVD with multiple audio but without menu structure.

Is there a program out there which supports both? But please, don't suggest MAESTRO, as this programm isn't available anymore and much to expensive. Maybe there is a combination of different programs for my problem?

Didn't find an answer to my problem by using the search function.

Thanks in advance for any help

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Old 15 Jun 2003, 05:41 AM   #2
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I believe you'll find that "TMPGEnc DVD Author" (not to be confused with "TMPGEnc") is capable of both handling dual audio tracks and generating menus...
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Old 15 Jun 2003, 06:16 AM   #3
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Hi,

either I'm just stupid or blind! I can't find a way to add a second audio track using TMOGEnc DVD. I found the bilingual option, but how do I add the second track????

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From the program's "Help" file:

"Convert to 2 Channel DVD Audio, where the left and right channel has been split up.
Supports MPEG-2 source files captured from bilingual TV broadcasts. By splitting up the audio into the right and left channel, it is possible to create bilingual DVD-Video."
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Old 15 Jun 2003, 04:21 PM   #5
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I suppise I need ONE audio file, which contains both audio versions, instead of TWO audio files? That also means only mono audion for both languages?
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Old 15 Jun 2003, 05:22 PM   #6
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DVDlab1.15 will do 2 to 6 audio stream here is the way
how to :
1 make sure your vob or mpg has 2 audio stream

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AFTER DONE WITH DVD COMPILE.
GO TO TOOL SELECT IFO EDITO - AUDIO
U COULD RESET UP TO 6 AUDIO STREAMS
THEN BURN IT .

IT DOES WORK FOR ME.
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