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I want to copy & convert multiple video files to same disk.. I load both files to "source", but it will only do one. How can I make it copy all files in source folder to same disk?

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Not clear what you are trying to do. Do you want to create a video DVD or simply "copy" multiple files to a disc (CD or DVD)?

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...or are you trying to "batch convert" video files using Video Copy & Convert?

 

Please let us know what part of the Creator NXT2 suite of applications you're running.

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Not clear what you are trying to do. Do you want to create a video DVD or simply "copy" multiple files to a disc (CD or DVD)?

I want to convert and copy two video files to same DVD. I am using convert portion of Roxio.

I put both files in "source", but it will only do one.

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Not clear what you are trying to do. Do you want to create a video DVD or simply "copy" multiple files to a disc (CD or DVD)?

I want to convert and copy two video files to same DVD. I am using convert portion of Roxio.

I put both files in "source", but it will only do one.

 

...or are you trying to "batch convert" video files using Video Copy & Convert?

 

Please let us know what part of the Creator NXT2 suite of applications you're running.

 

Not clear what you are trying to do. Do you want to create a video DVD or simply "copy" multiple files to a disc (CD or DVD)?

I want to convert and copy two video files to same DVD. I am using convert portion of Roxio.

I put both files in "source", but it will only do one.

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EVD does not have any 'convert function' per se.

 

So what software are you actually using and what application within that software?

 

On the chance it is EVD, and you are using Record-Edit-Save will both files and click Import...

 

Will Both files load by themselves?

Are they compliant with EVD? (Standard Definition - mpg or mpeg)

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I want to convert and copy two video files to same DVD. I am using convert portion of Roxio.

I put both files in "source", but it will only do one.

 

You are not supplying enough information.

 

I ask again: do you want to create a video DVD (that can be played on stand-alone DVD players) or do you simply want to copy the video files to a DVD as an archive (this may not play on DVD players)?

There is a big difference in the process.

Also why do you want to convert? From what format and to what format?

 

You keep repeating the same text over and over again but not giving the information that is asked.

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If you're using the Video Copy and Convert portion of NXT 2, I don't believe it will "batch" convert files. Even if it appears to let you select multiple files, you have to convert them one at a time. But that's "if" that's what you're trying to do. It's still not clear.

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You are not supplying enough information.

 

I ask again: do you want to create a video DVD (that can be played on stand-alone DVD players) or do you simply want to copy the video files to a DVD as an archive (this may not play on DVD players)?

There is a big difference in the process.

Also why do you want to convert? From what format and to what format?

 

You keep repeating the same text over and over again but not giving the information that is asked.

Yes. Converting from mp4 to dvd to play on regular dvd player. No problem with one file, but doesnt copy / convert multiple files. I load two video files into "source" box and push green go. It will copy / convert one file, but not the other so I end up having to use two dvds. inspectus@verizon.net

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I believe the poster is using NXT 2 Copy&Convert not any form of "EVD"

That is correct. Using NX2 copy and convert. I have no trouble doing one video mp4 so can be played on regular dvd player.

I am trying to process two mp4 video files to one dvd.

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If you're using the Video Copy and Convert portion of NXT 2, I don't believe it will "batch" convert files. Even if it appears to let you select multiple files, you have to convert them one at a time. But that's "if" that's what you're trying to do. It's still not clear.

OK, thanks

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Yes. Converting from mp4 to dvd to play on regular dvd player. No problem with one file, but doesnt copy / convert multiple files. I load two video files into "source" box and push green go. It will copy / convert one file, but not the other so I end up having to use two dvds. inspectus@verizon.net

 

I just created a video DVD from 3 mp4 files using Video Copy&Convert.

 

1 - I added 3 mp4 video clips to the source window

2 - select DVD for my output, moved the slider to the Highest Quality.

3 - selected Create Disc Menu and Select Style

4- choose File/Folder and set the folder where the Video_TS folder will be created (I never burn directly to a DVD but prefer to burn to this folder which can then be played

for testing)

5- click the green button

 

The resulting Video_ts folder can be played - it will have a menu offering 3 selections

 

How long in time is each of the source clips? Are you sure the 2 clips have not been merged into one file?

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Wow... okay, ignore my comment. I guess I never even looked at the "DVD" option for output.

 

 

I have never used VCC for creating a video DVD. I always use myDVD since it offers a lot more features and options.

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