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Our company just purchased Roxio Creator 11. We have various DVDRWs containing instructional videos featuring our products and would like to upload these vids to YouTube and to our website. What is the procedure for "ripping" the vids from these burned DVDRWs to the computer into a format that can be uploaded from there? What format should we convert to? We have found several tutorials online that for some reason just are not working. Detailed, step by step instructions would be most helpful and appreciated.

 

Also, we have one burned DVDRW containting a film with selectable chapters featuring our products. In simply copying this to other DVDRWs to send to customers, we find that the copies run in a portable DVD player, an Xbox 360, a PS3, and one of our computers at the office. However, they are not working in two other computers and a regular DVD player. Any idea why this would be?

 

Sorry for the total newb questions. Please help! :rolleyes:

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Our company just purchased Roxio Creator 11. We have various DVDRWs containing instructional videos featuring our products and would like to upload these vids to YouTube and to our website. What is the procedure for "ripping" the vids from these burned DVDRWs to the computer into a format that can be uploaded from there? What format should we convert to? We have found several tutorials online that for some reason just are not working. Detailed, step by step instructions would be most helpful and appreciated.

 

Also, we have one burned DVDRW containting a film with selectable chapters featuring our products. In simply copying this to other DVDRWs to send to customers, we find that the copies run in a portable DVD player, an Xbox 360, a PS3, and one of our computers at the office. However, they are not working in two other computers and a regular DVD player. Any idea why this would be?

 

Sorry for the total newb questions. Please help! :rolleyes:

 

There is no such thing as Roxio Creator 11; however there is a Roxio Creator 2011.

 

Don't use RW (rewritable) discs unless you are testing ! Some regular DVD palyers will not 1) play RW discs or 2) not play home burned discs. The fact that is plays on some computers and DVD players means that the disc was probably made correctly so the issue is the players.

 

Do the two computers that won't play the disc have the ability to play discs? Natively WMP in Vista and XP do not:; a plug in is required. If you are in a company where you are allowed to download and install programs. download and install the free VLC player (cnet.com). It should allow those other computers to play the discs.

 

Use Video Copy and Convert to copy the disc to a file on your computer. You tube has some limitations so make sure you use the right format and the length is less than the maximum (10 Minutes)

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