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Nebula and Recording To DVD

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by sneaky, Jun 22, 2004.

  1. sneaky

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    Am I right in thinking that after you have recorded to Hard Disk with the Nebula - You cant just copy the files to a DVD Disk and play the disk on a Set Top DVD Player.

    Chris
     
  2. dgc

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    You need PVASTRUMENTO

    Search this forum with above word for further assistance...
     
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    I noticed in some of the previous threads on thos that Nebula intended to improve the "straight to DVD" aspect of their software - did this ever happen?
     
  4. The Dude

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    looking at the website it's due in the next major release, which was due for the end of may but is running behind schedule..
     
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    We're still waiting for the next release.....

    An alternative to PVASTRUMENTO, you can use ProjectX (its a JAR). With this u can demux,
    edit and join digitv files ready for authoring with say Ifoedit.
    Its not the most elegant software out there, but it works ok.
     
  6. sneaky

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    I am now using PVASTRUMENTO to prepare the file.

    TMPGENC 3 to Encode.

    TMPGENC 1.5 Authoring tool to Author and write to disk.

    Im quite happy with that until we have a one step process.

    Thanks for help chaps.
     

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