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#1 BigRD

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Posted 15 February 2011 - 08:23 AM

Hi I got HD camcorder and it capture movie file in MPEG-4 Movie (.MP4) format on SD Memory Card, I want to know the that Roxio Creator 2011 merge all MPEG-4 file in to one DVD file and burn on DVD. I will purchase this software if I get positive answer, can some one please guide me to buy this software.  Thnak you

#2 malatekid

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Posted 15 February 2011 - 08:52 AM

Yes, the software can merge/combine MP4 files and output as either as (a) a single MP4 file or (B) as a DVD-compliant movie.

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Posted 15 February 2011 - 09:09 AM

Which camcorder did you get?
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Posted 16 August 2011 - 01:08 PM

Yes Creator 2011 will merge your MPEG4 files into a continous movie. But you can only capture the files thru Creator's VIDEOWAVE utility. Forget trying to capture anything on your hard drive with its famous MYDVD utility. And I advise that you purchase a 10 pack of DVD discs to experiment with first, because Creator's interactive help screens don't help. Download the PDF instruction manual instead. Prepare to spend hours figuring this program out.

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Posted 16 August 2011 - 01:44 PM

View PostJames Reed, on 16 August 2011 - 01:08 PM, said:

Yes Creator 2011 will merge your MPEG4 files into a continous movie. But you can only capture the files thru Creator's VIDEOWAVE utility. Forget trying to capture anything on your hard drive with its famous MYDVD utility. And I advise that you purchase a 10 pack of DVD discs to experiment with first, because Creator's interactive help screens don't help. Download the PDF instruction manual instead. Prepare to spend hours figuring this program out.

James, you don't capture from a memory card.  You simply COPY the files to a folder on your computer.  If you have a memory card reader, you can use that or just plug the camera into a USB port.  It is a good idea to have some RW disc around for testing and short term storage.

Do you want help with something you don't know how to do?  There are a lot of video tutorials around to help for everything except the simplest task.

You are replying to a 6 month old thread.  I'm sure the Op would have come back if he was having problems.
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Posted 16 August 2011 - 03:14 PM

View PostJames Reed, on 16 August 2011 - 01:08 PM, said:

Yes Creator 2011 will merge your MPEG4 files into a continous movie. But you can only capture the files thru Creator's VIDEOWAVE utility. Forget trying to capture anything on your hard drive with its famous MYDVD utility. And I advise that you purchase a 10 pack of DVD discs to experiment with first, because Creator's interactive help screens don't help. Download the PDF instruction manual instead. Prepare to spend hours figuring this program out.

You are wrong on several points.

There is only one video capture program in C2011 but it can be activated in several ways. One is directly from the C2011 start page, and then from Videowave and also from myDVD (despite what you calim). In fact if you capture from myDVD the captured video can be directly added to your myDVD project.

Getting a pack of regular DVDs for experimenting is a waste, get some RW DVDs instead that can be used over and over again. Why waste a good DVD for a 30 seconds test?

C2011 Help system has much more info then the pdf manual although I will say both are only usefull for the basics and lack details on some of various features. Of course you can't expect to create a full fledged, polished product in a few hours.

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