[ubuntu-uk] Still images + sound track = DVD any suggestions for software
davidbissett at gmail.com
Wed Dec 5 06:16:40 UTC 2012
Export as mpg or mp4 then use k3b to burn to disc. I have always found
Brassero to be a bit pointless. David
On Dec 4, 2012 9:34 PM, "keith" <kpb at sohcahtoa.org.uk> wrote:
> Thanks George
> Openshot seems easy to use, I can use the Resize tool to drag the still
> images along the time line to match the sound track. I'm exporting a
> stupid test video as a dvd video in PAL &c with a sound track. I get an
> exported file with the .dvd file extension.
> What do I use to burn this to a DVD disk? Brasero has been sitting at
> the 'converting video to MPEG2' phase for some 10 minutes now... The DVD
> burner works as I make ISOs on DVD discs...
> On Tue, 2012-12-04 at 19:28 +0000, George MacLeod wrote:
> > try openshot it's in the repositories. Import images as a sequence,
> > define frame rate then add an audio track. You can then save the movie
> > in a number of formats.
> > On 4 December 2012 18:55, keith <kpb at sohcahtoa.org.uk> wrote:
> > Hello All
> > I need to take some still images and a sound track (pre
> > existing audio
> > file) and produce a video that can be burned to DVD and that
> > will play
> > on standard DVD players in the UK. I need to be able to 'cue'
> > the images
> > to the sound track (which is people talking about the images).
> > I've tried PhotoFilmStrip as found in synaptic and I'm getting
> > errors
> > when rendering (python error from deep in the GUI) a silly
> > test project.
> > Any suggestions for software that will 'just work'?
> > PS: I'm on Gnome Ubuntu Remix
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