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Creator 9 Revise Input On Dvd To A Cd?


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Hi to all: I have a question before I purchase the new Creator 9:

 

My situation: I am getting a DVD from our videographer that will have a 6-7 min video about our company's new product. I am not sure what type of file format he will put on the DVD. My boss and I want to go ahead and output this video onto a V-CD that anyone can use on a computer to view. I will want to add an intro screen that you can then click for .pdf files, like MSDS and technical flyers.

 

Will this software let me turn a DVD input into my computer into something that I can put onto a V-CD? [meaning a CD-R]

 

Should I ask the videographer to put his output in a certain format so I can do this?

 

Does Creator 2009 enable me to create an "intro" screen that opens up the video as well as .pdf files?

 

 

My boss also wants the output to stay in DVD format "in case" someone wants it on a DVD - will Creator 2009 allow the output - with the new intro screen as described above - to be played on a DVd drive in a computer as well as a DVD player hooked up to a TV?

 

Thanks so much to all who reply to this inquiry.

 

 

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Hi to all: I have a question before I purchase the new Creator 9:

 

My situation: I am getting a DVD from our videographer that will have a 6-7 min video about our company's new product. I am not sure what type of file format he will put on the DVD. My boss and I want to go ahead and output this video onto a V-CD that anyone can use on a computer to view. I will want to add an intro screen that you can then click for .pdf files, like MSDS and technical flyers.

 

Will this software let me turn a DVD input into my computer into something that I can put onto a V-CD? [meaning a CD-R]

 

Should I ask the videographer to put his output in a certain format so I can do this?

 

Does Creator 2009 enable me to create an "intro" screen that opens up the video as well as .pdf files?

 

 

My boss also wants the output to stay in DVD format "in case" someone wants it on a DVD - will Creator 2009 allow the output - with the new intro screen as described above - to be played on a DVd drive in a computer as well as a DVD player hooked up to a TV?

 

Thanks so much to all who reply to this inquiry.

 

Putting the video from a DVD to a VCD is possible but why? You will just wind up with terrible quality :blink:

Most computers nowadays have DVD players so anybody should be able to play the DVD.

 

Creating an "intro" screen where you can select "data" files such as pdf files is not possible with this software.

 

BTW, the new product is called Roxio Creator 2009, many of us refer to it as C2009. Creator 9 (EMC 9) is 2 versions older product

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Hi to all: I have a question before I purchase the new Creator 9:

 

My situation: I am getting a DVD from our videographer that will have a 6-7 min video about our company's new product. I am not sure what type of file format he will put on the DVD. My boss and I want to go ahead and output this video onto a V-CD that anyone can use on a computer to view. I will want to add an intro screen that you can then click for .pdf files, like MSDS and technical flyers.

 

Will this software let me turn a DVD input into my computer into something that I can put onto a V-CD? [meaning a CD-R]

 

Should I ask the videographer to put his output in a certain format so I can do this?

 

Does Creator 2009 enable me to create an "intro" screen that opens up the video as well as .pdf files?

 

 

My boss also wants the output to stay in DVD format "in case" someone wants it on a DVD - will Creator 2009 allow the output - with the new intro screen as described above - to be played on a DVd drive in a computer as well as a DVD player hooked up to a TV?

 

Thanks so much to all who reply to this inquiry.

 

That's not very easy since the program is designed to create movies. You can create a data disc and add the files there. You can ot a video in WMV format on the disc since most people have Windows Media Player.

 

You will be making a CD with data files; not a VCD.

 

No, you can have the disc auto open but then the person would need to select (explore) what you tell them. I believe that DVDIt had the function that you are talking about but that is a much higher cost product. I'm not really sure that the product still has the ability to do what you want.

 

 

 

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