rob at esdelle.co.uk
Tue Jan 8 18:47:52 GMT 2008
> Many thanks for the posts on DVD software.
> I have tried the DeVeDe software in all it's guises and when I do a
> preview, the sound is totally distorted. So much so, that it is not
> worth transcoding the film.
> Has anyone dragged a film off Ubuntu and used some other software, i.e
> Nero and recoded with any success ?
> Many thanks
You might find that your DVD player supports NTSC (especially if it can
output RGB). I'd guess that any DVDs you burn would be region 0 so they
would play on any player.
I converted a WMV video to DVD using ffmpeg I think. You might want to
have a look at a combination of avidemux to turn the file into an MPEG2
video, and then dvdauthor (I think there is a gui called kdvdauthor) to
convert the MPEG2 video into a DVD.
Other than that, someone on the AfterDark forums suggested DVD Flick
although being a Windows program it's hit and miss if it'll work with
Wine. DVD Flick it is Open Source supposedly though.
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