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QAULITY NOT QUANTITY


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Does anyone know if i wanted to convert a movie, what is the best qulaity i.e mpeg ar avi wmv etc..Many thanks in advance. :D
The key word here is convert. From WHAT? If you are converting from an already compressed format, convert to a LESS compressed format to keep the quality. Recompressing a file will definitely make things worse.
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The key word here is convert. From WHAT? If you are converting from an already compressed format, convert to a LESS compressed format to keep the quality. Recompressing a file will definitely make things worse.

 

Thanks for the info i think they are VOB files , from what i have recorded from a dvd player.

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Ah, Videowave and MyDVD 9 can use those directly with no conversion.

 

Thanks, like i said i think they are VOB files beacuse waht i have done is recorded this onto a dvd recorder using a dvd rewitable disc via a camcorder then when trying to put this into Roxio it is not reconizing the file.

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I've used DVD's recorded on my LiteON set top recorder and also my sister's (not sure what brand). I've never had a problem with either. So how are you trying to use the files? Best way is to just use Windows Explorer and copy the video_ts folder to your hard drive. DVD burners/players are way to slow to work with the files directly from the disc.

 

Open Videowave or MyDVD

create a new project

Then just add video like any other file. Point to the video_ts folder and select the correct VOB.

You will get a dialog box asking to select the movie. Check that and click OK

This is when you have to IFO files, too.

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