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I have a mpeg file (it is a movie) on my hard drive and I would like to burn it to DVD. Can I do this with EMC-8? If so, which program do I use?

 

Thanks,

Tom

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I have a mpeg file (it is a movie) on my hard drive and I would like to burn it to DVD. Can I do this with EMC-8? If so, which program do I use?

 

Thanks,

Tom

Yes, import into MyDVD and make menus or, if you want to do work on the movie and add transitions and effects, us Videowave.

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Yes, import into MyDVD and make menus or, if you want to do work on the movie and add transitions and effects, us Videowave.

 

And then the last step, hit burn

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to work with mpeg files I use TOAST to interpret it into DV files, then burn away

 

WHY would you convert it to DV first? The VOB file on a DVD is MPEG2. Sometimes if the original file is already DVD compliant MPEG, the program does NOT re-render.

 

Uncompressing an MPEG to DV and then RE-compressing during the DVD creation would definitely decrease the quality.

Edited by ggrussell

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I am trying to burn a DVD from an MPEG on my hard drive.

 

I created the mpeg using Pinnacle Studio 9 3 months ago with old, slow computer.

 

My new computer is Win Pro x64. Pinnacle stated that they are not compatible with my 64 bit bus.

 

So I am searching for software that would overlook the imperfection of the 64 bit bus, and move my mpeg video to a DVD at the touch of a few buttons.

 

Is Roxio 8 what I need?

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EMC8 runs fine on a Athlon 64 and includes 'some' 64 bit code if installed on Windows XP 64bit Edition.

 

Please start a new thread when posting a different topic. Thanks

Edited by ggrussell

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