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iso to videowave


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If the iso image file is from the dmsm you deleted, then yes. I don't think videowave excepts iso files? Use disc copier to burn it again to the hd as a video folder. Then open it in videowave and do you editing and save again. View your iso in disc copier.

 

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If the iso image file is from the dmsm you deleted, then yes. I don't think videowave excepts iso files? Use disc copier to burn it again to the hd as a video folder. Then open it in videowave and do you editing and save again. View your iso in disc copier.

 

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Maybe providing detailed steps on action to be taken once the video folder is created will be helpful. Among the files inside the video folder have extensions vob, ifo, and bup.

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If the iso image file is from the dmsm you deleted, then yes. I don't think videowave excepts iso files? Use disc copier to burn it again to the hd as a video folder. Then open it in videowave and do you editing and save again. View your iso in disc copier.

 

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You left out a step. After you burn it to a video folder, you then have to capture it to the hard drive as an .mpeg file to use it in VideoWave.

 

In EMC 7.5, VideoWave won't accept .vob files.

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You left out a step. After you burn it to a video folder, you then have to capture it to the hard drive as an .mpeg file to use it in VideoWave.

 

In EMC 7.5, VideoWave won't accept .vob files.

Thanks Bruce.

 

itsme51: With the option presented above, you will now be editing a video file (an mpg file) of your original dmsm production.

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Thanks Bruce.

 

 

With the option presented above, you will now be editing a video file (an mpg file) of your original dmsm production.

 

Maybe providing detailed steps on action to be taken once the mpg file is created will be helpful.

 

vobtompg.png

 

 

 

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