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Hi Guys, as another hobby of mine I make videos with background music and all that sort of stuff of our travels.
To date i have made 9 and am pretty happy with all of them. :)
They, the videos are on their own disc, which is fine , but i was wondering if one can put all the videos on a disc together, and if so how dose one go about this, :shrug: I have tried and so far have failed
Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
06-06-2012, 09:22 PM
Leon Nero will do it and it's just a matter of selecting the files you want as a batch in the 'File Select' dialogue and it will tell u if you have over-shot the size limit for the blank dvd and you can remove / add / files etc before burning.
Otherwise have a look at FreeStudio 5 here:
I use it and it works well. Just do what's obvious for any of the modules u use from the program. Straight forward.
Of Coarse Trevor, Nero now why didn't I think of that, I figured it was possible, but had forgotten about Nero, many thanks.
07-06-2012, 04:27 PM
After I get my video clips sorted joined and edited to my liking and saved in a common format I use an old program that used to come free with DVD reader/rw's called "U lead DVD Movie factory 2.5 SE". This program can put your clips onto a DVD (Up to 100 mins total depending on quality) with title pages that can be played in normanl DVD player.
I also have another program (I paid for) that can make standard and 3D BlueRay disks. But so far I haven't found a suitable supply of components that make this an economical proposition.
I have a nice supply of "home movies" to bring out when it is time for visitors to go home.:thumbsup::lol:
Thanks Barry, now I have tried Nero and it, the program wont recognize the videos i have made.
I have put the videos together using DVD Maker Pro, which is a terrific program and works well.
In my documents my videos plus other ones using different programs are there, but when i try an access them through Nero they do not come up when i click videos in my documents.
I am a bit puzzled about this and really don't know which to go. :shrug:
07-06-2012, 06:53 PM
This is the best I have used ConvertXtoDVD (http://www.vso-software.fr/products/convert_x_to_dvd/) its not free, but it put all the video files i have used to dvd and with menus :) download the demo and see if its what you want :) also you can see a demo video here on youtube (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tmQXLrGv3y0) how it works.
Just found this one I haven't used it yet (but will) its called Free Video to DVD Converter
EDIT: This did not work for me on 2 windows boxes (XP and Vista) also it doesn't work fully without installing a web browser tool bar so its not really free and is (to me) ad-ware type software.:mad2:
Thanks Joe, will have play with it.
08-06-2012, 04:03 AM
What format are your basic videos ie mov, avi, mpg, fli etc. Some programs don't recognise all formats. There are also different mpg formats too.
For conversion I have found the best program AVS4YOU suite - AVS Video converter. There is a trial version that is free. However I liked the suite of 18 programs so bought a licence.
I also use Cyberlink power director (not free) but is good for making the complete movie in one program.
Thanks Barry for the follow up, i will look into that one as well.
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