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How Make Copy Of Dvd Movie And Replace Soundtrack?


Jeff Eriksen
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I have a DVD of our Chorale concert made by a local tv station. It has poor sound quality. A Chorale member also made a separate audio recording of the concert. I would like to make a copy of this DVD and substitute the good audio. What is the best EMC10 tool for this job, and can you point me to instructions for doing something like this? The DVD has the usual VIDEO_TS folder which contains BUP, IFO, and VOB files. The new audio is 24-bit and can probably be put into whatever format is needed for DVD dubbing.

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VideoWave.

 

It is better to copy the VIDEO_TS folder from the DVD to your HD before you start.

 

Then select Add Movie and point it to any file in that VIDEO_TS folder, it will import everything it need.

 

In VW, Show Internal tracks and mute the internal audio.

 

Add your audio to another track. You will have to play around to sync them. Save the Project and add it to MyDVD to burn.

 

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I have a DVD of our Chorale concert made by a local tv station. It has poor sound quality. A Chorale member also made a separate audio recording of the concert. I would like to make a copy of this DVD and substitute the good audio. What is the best EMC10 tool for this job, and can you point me to instructions for doing something like this? The DVD has the usual VIDEO_TS folder which contains BUP, IFO, and VOB files. The new audio is 24-bit and can probably be put into whatever format is needed for DVD dubbing.

 

I believe that, in addition to what Jim said, you will first have to convert that 24-bit audio, to 16-bit. I don't think that the software handles 24-bit audio.

 

Hopefully, someone else will jump in here to let us know if that is still the case.

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