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Burned DVD, want to edit it now, can I and how?

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What Roxio software are you using, correct name, please? Your post in General Chat can be moved to the correct forum.

Most edit the project before burning it to a DVD!

Did you save the project in Videowave? If so open Videowave choose the saved project and then edit it and reburn it to a DVD.

If not use explorer to save the DVD to your hard drive and open it in Videowave and edit it.

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Hi Digita lGuru

Thank you for your response, appreciate it.  MyDvd 8 and I also have Roxio Creator 10.

I saved the DVD to my computer and pulled out the VOB files and sent it to MyDVD program.  However the whole movie/DVD is there but just as a whole movie.  I opened it in VideoWave but still only plays as a whole movie.  Need it to go in as individual photos to edit.

If I had saved all photos I used in one place, I could put it all back in VideoWave to edit but for some reason I can't, either by not doing something correctly.

Hope you understand what I am explaining what I have tried to do.  Does saving it through Explorer change the way it is saved, if yes, how do you open It up in Explorer to save.

Thank you again

Marie

 

 

 

 

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You created a video DVD from you photos. Now you want to edit some of those photos that were used? Is that correct?

If yes then all those photos were rendered to a video file and those photo files no longer exist as "individual" files on the DVD.

If you no longer have access to the original photo files then you will have to extract each photo file from the whole movie one at a time.

Is that what you want?

 

Still not sure what version of myDVD you are using. Can you look at Help/About and post the build number?

Is the myDVD part of your Roxio Creator 10 or is it a separate program?

 

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Hi bimicher

 

Yes, I want to separate the video and photos so that I can edit the video a little differently.  I want to start the editing in MyDvD like I was starting to create one.  Actually, I want to create a newer version of the original.  I was able to save the video and open it up in MyDvd but it comes in as one big movie file and not individual frames so that I can keep some and change others.  Hope I am making myself clear.

I am using My DVD 8.  I also have Roxio Creator 2010 which has MyDVD in it but I believe I used a stand alone Version 8.

 

Thank you

Marie

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Do you want to edit the actual photos or just edit the full video? Once you created the DVD all images were "merged" into one video and are no longer available as individual  frames.

If the former then you have to extract each image from the video unless you still have the original photo files somewhere.

For editing you should be using Videowave. myDVD is mainly for creating the DVD

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Hi again

Just want to edit the full video.  I have Videowave...no problem.

Can you give me step by step instructions on how to extract each image from the video and do they get saved in one file and then put into video wave like I would do to start a new project.

Thanks

Marie

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Hi

I need to know how to extract each image from a previous burnt DVD that I made in MyDVD 8...is this possible and if yes, how do I do it.  I was able to extract the images in Cyberlink Power 12 but it won't transfer to MyDVD 8 which I prefer using.

Please help...thank you

Marie

 

 

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Hi...Sorry to ask again but can I extract each image from burned disk to fix it....OR is it not possible to do in MyDvd 8?

I want to redo certain parts of it.  If yes, to above question, please tell me how...I have tried with no success.

Thank you

Marie

 

 

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My suggestion is to place that video back in your Cyberlink program and edit it like you want it in your DVD. Then

go back and delete the original video in your videowave and then insert the new edited one from Cyberlink.

Your videowave or Mydvd programs will not remove portions of the video in the middle or other specific locations

in the video. Only beginning locations and end locations as Bimicher has already suggested

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Hi REDWAGON

Thank you for your response, appreciate it.

I feel very stupid but are you saying, that I cannot edit the "movie" that was extracted in Cyberlink program?  I no longer have the "movie" in either Videowave or MyDVD, if I did, I would be able to edit it without the disk or extracting it from my burned DVD.   I cannot get the extracted Cyberlink files to load in either MyDVD or Videowave.  I prefer working in MyDVD, easier for me to work with.  So...not sure if this is not possible in MyDVD program or I am not doing it correctly.

Sorry, but I have never done this procedure before and feel somewhat lost.  My brother who likes Cyberlink helped me to extract the files and I thought I was home free...but guess not..:(

Thank you again

Marie

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Yeah, not sure if my suggestion was clear enough. If you have the original video (not yet edited as you want) I was suggesting that you use Cyberlink to re edit the video and then make a new DVD of Videowave production.

Bottom line...you can not edit out just portions of a video while in DVD or videowave program. Only can remove portion of beginning or ending of it.

 

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Hi

Thank you again....so bottom line I cannot put the extracted video back into videowave/MyDVD  to edit the whole production.  Am I correct?

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What are you referring to when you say "extracted video" Is it the video that you edited in Cyberlink ?

what is the format of your Extracted video ? (avi, MP4 etc.)

If you have a video that is compatible with the types of videos that DVD or Videowave are compatible with,

you should be able to insert that video in videowave.

 

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To what format was your DVD video extracted? There should be no problem loading the video into Videowave.

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Hi

All I can see for each extracted clips it shows it as VTS3.01.02 VOB 

Is this what your asking? 

Thank you

Marie

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21 minutes ago, REDWAGON said:

What are you referring to when you say "extracted video" Is it the video that you edited in Cyberlink ?

what is the format of your Extracted video ? (avi, MP4 etc.)

If you have a video that is compatible with the types of videos that DVD or Videowave are compatible with,

you should be able to insert that video in videowave.

 

Hi

Appreciate your help....yes, the video I made in MyDVD8 is the extracted video that I was able to do in Cyberlink.

I don't remember it asking me what format, it just took the video and broke it down for me.

I can redo it but for MyDVD to load it as an extracted file, what format do I need.

Thanks again

Marie

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1491825765_videoDVDfiles.jpg.8c62cedc559088d50c81dd4f3cd9da9d.jpg1491825765_videoDVDfiles.jpg.8c62cedc559088d50c81dd4f3cd9da9d.jpgVOB is one of the various file extension for a DVD that has already been rendered and burned.

Here's an example....

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REDWAGON

Thank you so much for your patience with me....appreciate it.

So....can I extract the burned dvd and make it into a avi. or mp4 file and then use it that way in VideoWave to edit it.

I am sorry...feel I am beating a dead horse, but would like to learn how to do it in case this happens again....probably easier to redo the whole video but am fighting it...:)

Take care

Marie

 

 

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....can I extract the burned dvd and make it into a avi. or mp4 file

Yes...BUT you will need a program that will do that and Roxio program suite you have has no program that can do that.

If I am wrong someone will surely correct me---LOL

I own a program that can. It is called "Wondershare Uniconverter". It's NOT free but does many tasks that are

extremely valuable when working with Video files. If you insert your DVD into the drive and look at it's properties you will

see a file name like the ones I posted (i.e. VOB being one of them). With my program  it will convert the VOB file to most any other format

like AVI, MP4 etc. Then you can use that video in Videowave. BTW, that program does NOT have then ability to edit

video files, just convert to any other format. There are other FREE programs that can do the same.

Another FREE program that can edit the video like you wanted is available as an app if you are running W10. it's named

"HD Movie Maker" I have that app also and it will do lots of good stuff with video files also.

Good Luck.

 

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Dear REDWAGON

Thank you so much for your patience and help, I appreciate it very much....:)

I am an older person and I can do what I understand and therein is the problem...your talking format and I use the term extensions...so I answered incorrectly and must have frustrated you a lot...so sorry.  I made this video for my grandson's 13th birthday many years ago and when I recently watched it again saw areas that I wanted to improve on...guess that is where I went wrong...:)  Your recent answer, is the one I wanted......can it be done and how.  Now, I know I can, but not with the program I have, which all I thought I had to do was rename it, after extracting the file, by changing the extension/format and that would be it and that frustrated me.   I guess I should have listened to the old saying....."if it ain't broke, don't fix it"....:)

REDWAGON....again thank you....) 

I am running Windows 8.1 and will look for a free program for it.  As for your GOOD LUCK wishes, I probably will need it...:):)

Have a great day...:)

Marie

 

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With Roxio Creator 2010 (and all Roxio Creator versions), the video can easily be extracted from a standard video DVD to a mpg video file. This file can then be loaded into Videowave, edited and be send to the DVD burning program for burning to a DVD.

Are you still interested in doing that?

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Yes, I am. 

Will it open the mpg video file into separate photos, etc. as I originally put it together or just movie files that cannot be edited.

I downloaded a free converter but it extracted and changed VOB files into mpg files, but as sections of video that I could just watch in Video Wave but could not edit.

Would appreciate how and what I click on in Roxio Creator 10 to extract each photo segment so that I can edit the whole production....and is this possible.

Thank you very much

Marie

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What do you mean by " could not edit. "? If the vob files were correctly extracted from the Video_TS folder then Videowave should have no problem adding them to the timeline and edit them.

You can also copy the files vob files directly from the DVD to a folder using Windows Explorer. You could then change the vob extension of the copied files to mpg and add those files in Videowave.

You keep changig names for your program. Roxio Creator 10 and Roxio Creator 2010 are two different programs. Which one do your have?

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Roxio Creator 2010...I didn't write 2019 that I am aware of, if I did, my apologies must be a typo...

I copied the VOB files and renamed them mpg. However, the files showed up as clips...I could watch them but they would not go into VideoWave as individual photos as when I originally made the video.  Either, I am missing a step to separate the video as individual photos and not a segment of the video in one piece.

I also downloaded the free version of Wondershare  it extracted the vob files from the DVD but when it converted it to mpg it also came as movie clips and not separated photos.

Sooo, I could not edit my files.  The extracted VOB files show up as just a few files for the whole video....wish I knew what I am doing incorrectly.

Thank you again

Marie

 

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