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Old 22 Oct 2004, 08:50 PM   #1
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Hi, ive got about 10 small 20min long animated vids that i want to put onto a dvd with menu's etc.

whats the best thing to use???

i tried neoDVD 5, which worked right up to the point where i had to make some menus. it only lets you put the menus in certain places. although it did manage to squeeze all 10 vids onto the disk with 'good' quality which didnt really make any difference than with high quality because their animated.

also tried TMPGEnc and TMPGEnc DVD Author, but when i encoded the vids with TMPGEnc (btw they are in .avi format) it kept tryin to make the encoded vid big enough to fit onto a disk. i made them smaller but the smalles i could get them was about 1.5gb.

I did read in another post that once ive got these in mpeg 2 dvd compliant format then i could use DVD shrink to compress the files to fit onto a disk. would it really compress my vids that much to fit onto one disk??? and would the quality get any worse???

hope someone can help

thanks
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Old 23 Oct 2004, 01:31 AM   #2
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Try loading and making your movie in windows movie maker or an other capture program (like powerdirector or ulead videostudio)
Render (produce)your final move as a dvd-movie ON DISK.
Use the free program DVDshrink to make sure your movie fits on 4.7 GB.( go to file-open which opens your disksaved file ( select the vido_ts submap).
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