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What type of DVD project should I create


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Couldn't you just output to .mpg or .avi, make a data disk and have them double click on the file to play in WMP?? Of course, if the projct is big, it won't fit on a CD.

OK I'll try that. Thank you!

Another question -

I have a prior production that I created several months ago in videowave as a DVD project. I saved it on my computer as an iso file. Since it was originally created as a DVD project, can I output this file to mpg as you suggest?

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OK I'll try that. Thank you!

Another question -

I have a prior production that I created several months ago in videowave as a DVD project. I saved it on my computer as an iso file. Since it was originally created as a DVD project, can I output this file to mpg as you suggest?

 

How big is that .iso file? You can only get around 700 MB onto a CD and the file is probably bigger than that.

 

The first step would be to burn that .iso file to a DVD-Video file on your hard drive with Disk Copier.

 

Then you're going to have to Capture the file into Easy Media Creator 7 from your hard drive.

 

Then put that movie into another VideoWave production.

 

Now do a File\ Output production to..... Video File..... For Playback on Another Computer....Medium. That's going to give you an mpeg1 file that should play on the other persons computer. Make certain that you know where the file is being stored.

 

Now open Creator Classic. Burn the new file that you've made to a CD.

 

The other person should be able to insert the CD into their CD drive and use Windows Media Player to play the CD.

 

The instructions above are all using programs in Easy Media Creator 7.

 

If the .iso file is less than 700 MB, then you could just burn the captured mpeg2 file onto a CD.

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How big is that .iso file? You can only get around 700 MB onto a CD and the file is probably bigger than that.

 

The first step would be to burn that .iso file to a DVD-Video file on your hard drive with Disk Copier.

 

Then you're going to have to Capture the file into Easy Media Creator 7 from your hard drive.

 

Then put that movie into another VideoWave production.

 

Now do a File\ Output production to..... Video File..... For Playback on Another Computer....Medium. That's going to give you an mpeg1 file that should play on the other persons computer. Make certain that you know where the file is being stored.

 

Now open Creator Classic. Burn the new file that you've made to a CD.

 

The other person should be able to insert the CD into their CD drive and use Windows Media Player to play the CD.

 

The instructions above are all using programs in Easy Media Creator 7.

 

If the .iso file is less than 700 MB, then you could just burn the captured mpeg2 file onto a CD.

Thank you very much. I will follow your instructions. All this to work around someone who refuses to come out of the stone age.

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Thank you very much. I will follow your instructions. All this to work around someone who refuses to come out of the stone age.

 

Might be easier to buy them a cheap DVD player. :)

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