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Simple DVD recording software package

Discussion in 'Blu-ray & DVD Players & Recorders' started by Londonman, Apr 17, 2005.

  1. Londonman

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    I have some mpeg2 files (created by PVR from MainConcept). I burned a disk with PVR and it can be read in the same PC, but not in my DVD player or my Mac or in a different PC.

    So I am looking for a simple program that I can use to try as an alternative method of creating a DVD of these files.

    Also am I correct in saying that mpeg2 is the right format that I should be using?

    many thanks
     
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    MPEG2 is the right video encoding type for easy DVD authoring. Try Ulead's DVD Movie Factory 4 (trial version free for one month: here). You can just import the MPEG2s you already have, make a simple menu, and re-burn to DVD. There's no AC-3 support in the trial version, but you probably have the audio as MPEG1 Layer II if you recorded from a PVR, so it shouldn't matter.
     

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