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Old 15 Nov 2006, 08:33 PM   #1
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How do I convert a video clip into a file playable on dvd and burn to an empty dvd?

please help I have a lot of music video clips, I just dont know how to burn them and make them playable to dvd player....how do I?
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Old 15 Nov 2006, 11:24 PM   #2
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Do you have Nero? Did burning software come with your DVD burner? Many ways to do it!
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avi2dvd, mediacoder, SUPER, TMPGEnc....
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Old 16 Nov 2006, 02:20 AM   #4
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ha ha you guys make it sound so easy. my nero does have a dvd burner....the last time i tried with two dvds got unplayable dvd's like some amerture hey...... so how do I use the tools you indicate to burn...are there any guides that you can irect me to.....will i need to create ifo files and bup's?
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do you have nero vision express?
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Old 16 Nov 2006, 02:38 AM   #6
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ha ha you guys make it sound so easy. my nero does have a dvd burner....the last time i tried with two dvds got unplayable dvd's like some amerture hey...... so how do I use the tools you indicate to burn...are there any guides that you can irect me to.....will i need to create ifo files and bup's?
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Old 16 Nov 2006, 02:39 AM   #7
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Chewy no..I have nerosmart..will I need to download it?

another thing is that I am busy making my favourite hit dvd's using dvd shrink. so in the end i am hoping that whatever video I make can be pulled into the favourite hits dvd that I am making with shrink....whats your take on this?
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NeroVision is usually a part StartSmart, open the applications menu on the left side.
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Old 27 Dec 2006, 01:16 AM   #9
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LT....I am back to this thread...its a slight confusion sorry I thought that I wasnt supposed to restart old threads. I' like to use Super 2006 to make my video clips into dvd format. how can I do that?

Could it be easier with nero?

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I would like to hear from someone that has used both of those programs and can comment on them, vision vs super?
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Old 27 Dec 2006, 02:45 AM   #11
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Have used both,thugh not very often.SUPER is a converting programme.You still have to author the DVD.So NVE is better in the sense that it is a one-in-all tool.
IMO ConvertXtoDVD is a simple yet efficient tool for this purpose
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LT....I am back to this thread...its a slight confusion sorry I thought that I wasnt supposed to restart old threads. I' like to use Super 2006 to make my video clips into dvd format. how can I do that?

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right click on the main window, load file under "add multimedia files". select output container "mpg (mpg II)". see if you get this far. find the file frame rate
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LT thanks, done, I added all the files, selected mpg II....is the file frame rate where there is Frame/sec...which number must I choose? what do I do next?
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what is the framerate? eg "23 fps"....
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LT ok, the number I see is 25....on the box that says set per second fram of the video rendered...there is also 23.98, 29.97 and 30....what do I do next...I already fidled and added the clips and encoded...the clips i encoded got saved on the Super output some as mpg some as AVI......

I also downloaded a clip joiner so I think I can make all this clips into one if need be.....what do i do next? the frame rate reads 25
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