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For years I used Creator NXT 2 to copy TV shows I liked. I recorded them on a DVD recorder with +RW disks and used Capture to import them to my Windows 7 laptop, edited out the sections I didn't want with Videowave, used MyDVD to compile two or three shows on one disk and burned them to an .iso . The Windows 7 laptop started to have problems importing the video so I installed the program on a Windows 10 laptop and that seemed to work. Two days before Christmas the video capture stopped working. I had also discovered that disks I made with MyDVD with three programs on the menu seemed to compile normally but when I burned them there was no menu. Creator NXT 2 is fairly old, was there an expiration date? Any way, I decided to invest in Creator NXT 8, as it advertised that it could pick up files from older devices. I downloaded and installed it on the Windows 10 program. I was happy to find that it seemed to recognize the files on the disks I recorded. However, when i tried to edit them on Videowave, there is no audio. Why not? The files are in two folders, labelled VIDEO_RM and VIDEO_TS. What can I do? BarbP
I am wondering if Creator NXT 6 has all of the same features as Toast does. The day may come where I have to use a Windows machine instead of a Mac, so I need to know how the programs compare in functionality. The main thing would be if Creator NXT 6 will let me remove extras, languages, and subtitles from Video_TS folders before burning discs. If anyone can tell me if they are the same or different, your input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Hello, I am using Toast 14 on my Mac, OS X El Capitan, I have made a compilation of about 10 Video_TS files that I am trying to convert to a DVD-Video. The size at the bottom of the screen says I am at 4.15 GB, it is about 2 hours worth of content after I edited each video. When I try to burn to a DVD-Video, an error comes up and says you don't have enough storage for 14 GB, the DVD is only 4.38 GB. My question is... where s the program getting 14 GB from? I did a test with just 2 videos that were about 5 minutes each, and it burned great, except a lot of the raw footage that I edited out in Toast came on the DVD!! Is there a setting that is trying to put the raw, unedited version of each Video-TS file on my final DVD-Video? Thanks for your help!