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I have a Canon DC100 DVD camcorder. The file extensions it produces are .IFO, .VOB, and .BUP (have no idea what this is). Want to string all my shots together and burn onto one DVD, with added music and titles, if possible. Also want to be able to insert still JPEGs. Don't want much, do I? Looks like MyDVD 10 Premier will do this, but don't want to invest until I'm absolutely positive. Help - I'm new to this process. Already have Creator 9 on my new computer and a DVD burner drive, with Windows Vista.

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I have a Canon DC100 DVD camcorder. The file extensions it produces are .IFO, .VOB, and .BUP (have no idea what this is). Want to string all my shots together and burn onto one DVD, with added music and titles, if possible. Also want to be able to insert still JPEGs. Don't want much, do I? Looks like MyDVD 10 Premier will do this, but don't want to invest until I'm absolutely positive. Help - I'm new to this process. Already have Creator 9 on my new computer and a DVD burner drive, with Windows Vista.

 

myDVD 10 as well as Creator 9 will also do what you want, maybe! IF you got "9" with your computer it is propably a OEM version with some features not available.

I would recommend you get the EMC 10 Suite thought since it is only $10 more then myDVD 10 after a $20 rebate.

 

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myDVD 10 as well as Creator 9 will also do what you want, maybe! IF you got "9" with your computer it is propably a OEM version with some features not available.

I would recommend you get the EMC 10 Suite thought since it is only $10 more then myDVD 10 after a $20 rebate.

 

Here is a link to show the comparison

 

Thanks for the link. However, I was asking whether or not MyDVD 10 would work with the file extensions, which you didn't answer. Anyone else out there that can actually assure me whether or not it will work with the above noted file extensions? And what the heck is .BUP?

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Thanks for the link. However, I was asking whether or not MyDVD 10 would work with the file extensions, which you didn't answer. Anyone else out there that can actually assure me whether or not it will work with the above noted file extensions? And what the heck is .BUP?

 

I have no idea if myDVD 10 will accept the video from a DVD.

Those file extensions are the standard file extension found on every video DVD, just look at a commercial DVD. Do a google search to learn about DVD file structures. Another good information source is www.videohelp.com

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