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Old 28 Jan 2004, 06:13 AM   #1
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I am trying to copy Extras only to CDRs.

So far I have Re-Authrored the Extras usding DVD Shrink and that works fine. The problem I am having is that I am using Ulead Movie Factory to decode them to SVCD, and Ulead does NOT understand AC Audio.

I was thinking on splitting the Audio from the Extras, convert the Audio to WAV then put them back together using Ulead.

Any advice on another way, or easier way of doing this? Is there a Software that will burn Extras only to CDRs?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 28 Jan 2004, 04:14 PM   #2
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If I burn the Extras as "Media" or "Data" will most DVD players play it?
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You may be using an older version of Movie Fact. I believe the newest version does now support AC3.
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Old 31 Jan 2004, 06:27 AM   #4
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"Any advice on another way, or easier way of doing this? Is there a Software that will burn Extras only to CDRs?"

You could try to use the "Mini DVD" feature in Nero. This is a regular DVD file structure that will go on a CD (r, rw) disk–if within the 640/700 mg limit.
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Old 1 Feb 2004, 12:27 AM   #5
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Ya, I did a search on the site the other day and found this method and tried it, only my DVD player would not read it. Thanks for the advice though.

Im gonna see if I can update my Ullead and try that method. I will post back if it works.

Thanks again to those who applied!
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"only my DVD player would not read it."

Your standalone must not support CD (r, rw) media.

"Thanks for the advice though."

Glad to be of help
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I down loaded the Trial Version of Ulead 3 today. Everything is fine, only now it dont support "Dolby Digital". What gives? Back to the drawing board!
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I looked here: http://www.ulead.com/dmf/compare.htm

It appears the Ac-3 support is bundled into a version of Movie Factory called "Disc Creator". Either you downloaded the wrong trial or maybe the trial has the AC-3 feature disabled, a common practice in trialware.
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It supports the AC3 audio, it dont however support Dolby Digital.

I am also looking at DVD2SVCD. Have you used this before? I am going to look for instructions on how to use it. At the moment it seems way hard, but I am sure to figure out somehow.

Thanks for looking though!

The "Trial Version" seems great, as far as I can tell its the full version for a month.

Thanks again!
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It supports the AC3 audio, it dont however support Dolby Digital.
Are you talking about the Disc Creator version? The website states it does support DD.

I use DVD2DVD quite a lot. It does no authoring other than creating the basic IFO files that support playing the main title along with any subtitles and secondary audio tracks and chapters. No menu or other user definable authoring capability.

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I may have mistaken of which trial version I have. I will take another look, and go from there. I am glad you brought this up again. There still may be hope after all, thanks.
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