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Judy coco 12-19-2010 06:19 PM

Hello, guys, I need your help!
 
Ye, I need your help. I have a lots of home videos, and I want to make a nice dvd for the christmas day, the videos in different formats...I want to know how to do that?

rbinck 12-20-2010 07:09 AM

Re: Hello, guys, I need your help!
 
You can use a DVD recorder and play the video into it. Editing will be a real pain though.

Or you can use a capture card and play them into your PC. There are several editors available like Microsoft Movie Maker to make polished videos. I use the Hauppauge 1212 video capture device and VideoReDo TV Suite V4 with h.264 for editing and combining.

Judy coco 12-20-2010 06:02 PM

Re: Hello, guys, I need your help!
 
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Thanks for your help, but some of my formats videos can't be supported by the windows movie maker or dvd maker...so I had no luck of that...or I feel crazy...there's anpther way...thanks..

rbinck 12-20-2010 07:20 PM

Re: Hello, guys, I need your help!
 
You say you have home videos? Are they analog tape or digital? How did you get different formats?

Judy coco 12-20-2010 07:27 PM

Re: Hello, guys, I need your help!
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by rbinck (Post 26524)
You say you have home videos? Are they analog tape or digital? How did you get different formats?

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Guy, some videos comes from my doughtor who living china, some shotted via my Sony camera...some comes from my ant...but all that just home videos, I mean they are personal videos...thanx.

rbinck 12-21-2010 06:30 AM

Re: Hello, guys, I need your help!
 
Are you able to play them somehow or are they digital files? Are they high def or standard def?

If all you wish to do is make a DVD of video files, you should give convertXtoDVD a try. I use it and so far it has handled every file format I have tried. Once it masters the DVD files the individual VOD files it makes can then be edited in movie maker or other mpeg2 editors. google for convertXtoDVD. There is a free evaluation program. Good luck.


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