I really need help with making dvd files in to one ??? i convert them into the right format and add them on neroburner then when i play the dvd it wont play the second part it just keeps playing the first part if you could help me out i would really happy :)
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Re: help on making dvds
For making the dvds for your dvd use a Ashampoo burning studio is very simple and is oing great job - only thing what you need to do is to show to the program wich file you want to be on the dvd and program itself is doing the rest of the job ....
But also you can try a llot of dvd converters and studios .... but the most important thing is that the burning software and converting software are from same publisher so for that one more time Ashampoo burning studio..
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It's not difficult to rip DVDs on your laptop. What you need is an external DVD drive and a DVD Ripper program. Speaking of software for DVD ripping, I would like to recommend Leawo DVD Ripper. The following guide will show you how to rip DVDs to videos with DVD Ripper program.
Load the source DVD file. With Leawo DVD Ripper running on, click "Add Blu-ray/DVD" to add DVD files or just drag and drop DVD files onto the Leawo DVD Ripper software.
Choose Output Format. Click the drop-down list named MP4 Video by default on the left of the green "Convert" button, and choose output video format.
Adjust detailed settings. Clicking "Edit" to adjust video and audio parameters of output format, including: video codec, quality, bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, channel, audio codec, resolution, etc.
Start video conversion. Click the big green "Convert" button on the top-right of the interface to start the conversion. Before conversion, video saving directory can be chosen.
im not sure on your FLIP device using jvc everio but if it has a dvd burner in its program i dont see why you could'nt burn it to a dvd
you would have to convert your video to a dvd format Any Video Converter is a freeware program you can find it at cnetdownload.com http://download.cnet.com/%7Bvalue=http://www.download.com/any-video-converter/3000-2194_4-10661456.html
Any Video Converter is an all-in-one video converting freeware with easy-to-use graphical interface, fast converting speed, and excellent video quality. It can convert almost all video formats including DivX, XviD, MOV, RM, RMVB, MPEG, VOB, DVD, WMV, and AVI to MPEG-4 movie format for PSP or other portable video device, MP4 player, or smartphones. It is the freeware to convert video files between multiple formats and download YouTube videos
you must connect the device to the computer once its connected you will be able to see it in my computer click start right click on my computer select open you should see your FLIP device open it you should be able see your video file. then open up your burning program depending on which burning program you have you can select either dvd or cd to burn an iso or make a cd/dvd movie once you have made your choice a browser should open navigate to your flip device video select it ((will depend on which burning program you have)) add to you could a graph oh how many mbs have been used once it loads select burn hope this helps
you will need to save the vhs video file into a file before you burn it to a dvd also http://download.cnet.com/Any-Video-Converter/3000-2194_4-10661456.html Any Video Converter is
an all-in-one video converting freeware with easy-to-use graphical interface,
fast converting speed, and excellent video quality. It can convert almost all
video formats including DivX, XviD, MOV, RM, RMVB, MPEG, VOB, DVD, WMV, and AVI
to MPEG-4 movie format for PSP or other portable video device, MP4 player, or
smartphones. It is the freeware to convert video files between multiple formats
and download YouTube videos
hope this helps
there is something wrong with the format of the files that you burnt. its either the format is not recognized by your dvd player or the format is not supposed to be burnt.try reading every details whenever you're burning a file to a cd/dvd. at the same time, check the specifications of your dvd player and find out the formats that it can read or recognize so that you'd know what format should you burn a file into.
The DW-100 burns files in the same format as they were originally recorded by your camcorder. The Canon Vixia HG-21 records in AVCHD--a high-definition format--which is completely different from standard-definition DVD and which is not compatible with regular DVD players (even though the disc itself is a standard DVD-R). As it states in the manual for the camcorder, "High-definition (AVCHD) discs created using the optional DW-100 DVD
Burner can be played back only with AVCHD-compatible DVD players."
The DW-100 is really more for archiving
your files in their native format than for creating standard DVDs that
can be played on regular DVD players. Regular (standard-definition) DVD players
can't play AVCHD, although many Blu-Ray players can. Unless you use a
Blu-Ray player that supports AVCHD playback, there are two solutions to
1. If you want to keep your recordings high-def,
you can view them by playing them back with the DW-100, which must be
connected to your camcorder via the USB cable, then from your camcorder
to your TV via an HDMI cable.
2. If you want to have standard
DVDs that you can play on any DVD player, either import the files to
your computer and convert them to standard-definition using
video-editing software, then burn them to DVD with your computer's DVD
burner, or connect the analog output (component=better, composite=good)
to a stand-alone DVD recorder (i.e. not the DW-100).
the route of Vixia HF-10 camcorder > composite output > Panasonic
DMR-ES25S DVD recorder (about $65 used on eBay) with pretty good
results when I've wanted to give videos to relatives who don't have
Blu-Ray players. You just have to make sure to set the camcorder 's
analog (composite) output to 480i so that it formats the picture in the
right aspect ratio, or else the 16:9 image will be squeezed to 4:3
instead of letterboxed.
You must get software that makes the DVD into a format compatible with ya DVD player. get software that will encode whatever ya have into the right format such as ConvertXtoDVD D/L link here.
This proggy takes whatever Movie etc that ya have and converts it into a DVD Player format that can be used in PC & on DVD players..