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Editing Mpg Files Created In Easy Vhs To Dvd 3


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You know, I hadn't considered that. It didn't appear to be 'robust' enough for what I was hoping to do. I want to be able to cut portions of video out from a capture and then ultimately reassemble them into another one. For example, I want to be able to pull all the Christmas videos out and then create a single Christmas video to burn to DVD. Is this possible in VHS2DVD 3?

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Kinda...

 

The editor allows multiple "Cuts" of a single file. It does not allow you rearrange the order or add anything into the file you are working on. Think of it as a Linear Editor, whereas almost everything else out there is Non-linear :huh:

 

It Will Combine multiple files if you output to a DVD Movie! ~ you can later grab the .vob files it creates and rename them to .mpg ;)

 

Now, lets' get back to your initial problem. HOW are you producing these 'mpg' files that you are trying to feed WMM?

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I'm generating the .mpg files from VHS2DVD3. I'm capturing some 2 hour Sony Video 8 tapes. On each tape I've got sections of vacation footage and family footage. Ultimately, I want to pull all the vacation footage off and create a set of 'just vacation' DVDs. The same with the family footage. Maybe I need to invest in a more robust piece of software to do this?

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I'm generating the .mpg files from VHS2DVD3. I'm capturing some 2 hour Sony Video 8 tapes. On each tape I've got sections of vacation footage and family footage. Ultimately, I want to pull all the vacation footage off and create a set of 'just vacation' DVDs. The same with the family footage. Maybe I need to invest in a more robust piece of software to do this?

 

In addition to what Jim posted you should also realize that a standard 4.7GB DVD can only hold 60 minutes of video at the best quality setting. If you want to burn longer videos the video will get compressed (the longer the more compression) and start losing quality. For a 2 hour tape there would be a lot of quality loss.

 

I never capture segments longer then 15 minutes. They are much easier to work with when editing.

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If that is all you need or want to do; perhaps this might save you some money. It is not as full featured as Creator.

 

Also if you have a good computer and it meets all the specs, you might be able to pick up a copy of Creator 2012 at an on-line store. You would not have the warranty and support of the latest version --NXT

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