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Can't Capture Mini Dvd Video As Divx Files


varadero

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Recently purchased Roxio Creator 2009.

I am using Media Import to transfer video files from mini dvd(DVD-R Sony).

I can import files in MPEG format only;although the capture settings is giving me the following choices ;Divx,MPEG,WMV9.

 

Any suggestion please

 

Varadero

 

Intel Core ,2 Duo CPU,3.166GHZ

2.048MB RAM

NVDIA GE FORCE 9600GT 512.0 MB

LG HL-DT-ST DVD RAM GH22NP

WINDOWS XP PRO,SERVICE PACK 3

SAMSUNG SYNC MASTER 2253BW.

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Recently purchased Roxio Creator 2009.

I am using Media Import to transfer video files from mini dvd(DVD-R Sony).

I can import files in MPEG format only;although the capture settings is giving me the following choices ;Divx,MPEG,WMV9.

 

Any suggestion please

 

Varadero

 

Intel Core ,2 Duo CPU,3.166GHZ

2.048MB RAM

NVDIA GE FORCE 9600GT 512.0 MB

LG HL-DT-ST DVD RAM GH22NP

WINDOWS XP PRO,SERVICE PACK 3

SAMSUNG SYNC MASTER 2253BW.

 

Just plunk the DVD in your system DVD burner/player and copy (using Windows Explorer) the Video_TS folder to your hard drive. No need to do any capturing.

 

What do you want to do with the video once "captured"?

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Recently purchased Roxio Creator 2009.

I am using Media Import to transfer video files from mini dvd(DVD-R Sony).

I can import files in MPEG format only;although the capture settings is giving me the following choices ;Divx,MPEG,WMV9.

 

Any suggestion please

 

Varadero

 

Intel Core ,2 Duo CPU,3.166GHZ

2.048MB RAM

NVDIA GE FORCE 9600GT 512.0 MB

LG HL-DT-ST DVD RAM GH22NP

WINDOWS XP PRO,SERVICE PACK 3

SAMSUNG SYNC MASTER 2253BW.

 

 

Why would you capture from the DVD. Copy the contents, of the finalized disc, to a new folder on your hard drive. Then, depending on what you want to do, you use VideoWave or Video Copy and Convert to get it to DivX.

 

Do you plan on doing any editing of the video?

 

Just plunk the DVD in your system DVD burner/player and copy (using Windows Explorer) the Video_TS folder to your hard drive. No need to do any capturing.

 

What do you want to do with the video once "captured"?

 

Great minds? :)

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Why would you capture from the DVD. Copy the contents, of the finalized disc, to a new folder on your hard drive. Then, depending on what you want to do, you use VideoWave or Video Copy and Convert to get it to DivX.

 

Do you plan on doing any editing of the video?

 

 

 

Great minds? :)

 

Of course, what else :rolleyes:

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