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truviet911
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burn dramas to DVD

Post by truviet911 » Jan 7th, '07, 20:36

hey guys. does anyone knows how to burn dramas to dvd with subtitles? thanks :mrgreen:

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nevastroyka
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Post by nevastroyka » Jan 7th, '07, 21:19

Well, there's many ways tp do this. Do you have any skill (u know, video knowledge)?

A very easy way is using Avi2Dvd (google it, its a free software) < - - -Once you install it, you just browse your video and then you go to Sttep 4 to browse your subtitles you press add job and finally press go.

You can put 2 episodes in a single dvd. For more info, go to help.

Thats a way, however, there are many ways. To make your DVD look pro (motion menus, backgroud music, navigation) you have to think in Adobe Encore, no doubt.

Stick with Avi2Dvd for now, i think it rocks. Good luck!

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Post by truviet911 » Jan 7th, '07, 21:24

thanks alot bro. yea do know alots about computer ehhe . flash , dreamweaver, adobe , fireworks, php,mysql, css,html i mastered it all. im learning video editing now hehe just for fun.

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Post by nevastroyka » Jan 9th, '07, 01:12

thats great!!!

I made a very good looking dvd using adobe encore dvd and after effects. To encode I used CCE SP2. < - - -
Results were AMAZING!!! (I have motion menu, 2 full episodes and even bonus footage!)

Tell me how it went!!

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Post by horndogbuddhist » Jan 9th, '07, 01:25

I just found this topic.....A friend of mine needs this program really badly so THANKS

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Post by maruja » Jan 9th, '07, 03:06

Hello, I hope somebody could help me. I converted the avi files to dvd . Sometimes after conversion the audio does not synchronize with the lips of the characters talking. It is a split second ahead. Is there anything I could do,or what CODEC should I dl. Thanks for any help I could get. :O

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Post by nevastroyka » Jan 9th, '07, 04:11

Maruja, about your sound problem, are you getting this from a dvd player? Or did u open yor .vob files from your computer? I think you are doing the second....if so, dont worry, once you burn your dvd, the sound will sync. By the way, hat software r u using?


And horndogbuddhist, i mentioned a few programs, tell me wich one does your friend need and I'll post a link for sure. (in torrent, DD, etc.)

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Post by Arion » Jan 9th, '07, 14:39

For video editing matters there is always www.doom9.org for tuts

and i use 'Nero Vision Express'. u can add backgrounds, menus, sounds and so on. but i prefer it to start automatically without user input (which is also possible).

if u want to have the subs on the dvd too. the file must be hard-subbed. which means if u got soft-subs (subtitle files with ur movie file) u first have to embed the subs in that file with a video editing tool.

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Post by maruja » Jan 9th, '07, 19:41

[quote="nevastroyka"]Maruja, about your sound problem, are you getting this from a dvd player? Or did u open yor .vob files from your computer? I think you are doing the second....if so, dont worry, once you burn your dvd, the sound will sync. By the way, hat software r u using?


After I convert, I replay it in the computer. It's weird 'cuz some of the episodes are fine. I use DIKO. Ok I'll try your suggestion thanks for the quick response :D

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Post by yanoppa » Jan 9th, '07, 19:45

I use the program convertXtoDVD. Its really simple, conversion is fast. It automatically adds the subtitles (as long as they both have the same file name).

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Post by kazzr » Jun 19th, '07, 00:54

nevastroyka wrote: A very easy way is using Avi2Dvd (google it, its a free software) < - - -Once you install it, you just browse your video and then you go to Sttep 4 to browse your subtitles you press add job and finally press go.
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After loading the video and going to step 4 to load the subtitle, I add the job and when I click on "Go," two pop-ups shows and they say "choose an audio stream" and "invalid filename" and nothing happens.
I tried renaming my video and subtitle filenames to "1" and "a" but it still doesn't work.
I don't know what the problem. Maybe you'll know. *shrugs*

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For some reason, it will always say the avi is incompatible or some error shows up when I try to load/start the job. Must be my laptop... I'll go experiment some more.

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