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    I have two .mpeg files approximately 600 MB apiece that I would like to join, maybe, AND PUT ON A DVD. Have a Nero burner. Thank you.

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    One set of procedures (other posters may/probably will suggest alternative methods) would be:

    1) If not already DVD-compliant, use "TMPGEnc" to convert the MPEG to compliant MPEG2-for-DVD format - Use "TMPGEnc's" DVD wizard/template to accomplish this (This step may not be necessary, if your MPEG-2 filies are already in DVD compliant format)

    2) Use "TMPGEnc DVD Author" (a different program than "TMPGEnc) to easily create the required additional DVD files and structure (and chapters and a menu, if you wish)


    **If the combined filesize of the DVD "package" written to your hard drive is greater than 4.37Gb, use DVD Shrink (or similar) to compress


    If your O/S is either Win2000 or WinXP, TMPGEnc DVD Author can also burn your DVD. Otherwise, use NERO to burn in "DVD-Video" mode
    (As an alternative to "TMPGEnc DVD Author", you could use "DVDLab")


    Let us know of your success ;>}

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    If your MPEGs are actually MPEG1 VCD (352x288 or 352x240) then you can author these straight to DVD with no need to re-encode.
    All you will need to do is re-encode the audio only to 48 khz with TMPG for DVD compatibility.

    To join your MPEGs you can use the Merge&Cut tool in TMPG then simply use an authoring program to build the VOBs.

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    How do I find if a mpeg is mpeg1, mpeg2, etc. I have tried right clicking, properties,etc.

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    There are many utilities for reading the properties of an MPEG, but the best one I have found which will tell you everthing you need to know about the file is 'Bitrate viewer'
    http://www.tecoltd.com/bitratev.htm

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    This very a very good site. Thanks.

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