Hi! I'm new in the matter and would like to shoot a series of burning to a DVD (dual layer), or just to 2.Single layer. The films are available in DIVX format, which has fairly good quality. Because of the non-DVD compliant Resolutionmöchte I did not convert them into a standard DVD format, because I am either the files unnecessarily "aufpuste" (and only then) does not fit right or just the Resolutionleidet, except that it takes forever redefine the movies . encode Can a tool with the files, perhaps at a lower bit rate then Shrink that I can squeeze it on the DVD? It needs only about 3% of space ... If you can not, how can I cut? I've tried Virtual Dub, which is synonymous erstmal, but unfortunately, the synchronization of sound and everything is lost ... He then moved synonymous been reported during loading, the sound was not compliant and he must adjust the bit rate .. .
Antwort von Gast:
Pick any of an infinite number of AVI splitter in the network (many are free) and thus cut off the credits of the films. Maybe that is enough for the 3%. If you have not ran s.den header. If the synonymous not enough you need a movie after another demux (Picture and sound separated) and re-encode the sound with a lower bit rate. The easiest way is probably to copy one of the "excess" movies just to a CD :-)
Antwort von Joe Cool:
The easiest way is right, but synonymous s.unelegantesten ....
The truncation of the "ends" with Virtual Dub, it breaks down the sound, and I just s.Anfang synonymous shorter and only cut back is not enough.
How can I curb s.einfachsten resonated the sound of my newly made synonymous with encoding?
Is it possible to actively control the bit rate is set to DIVX or, or is determined by the encoder auto? If I could determine, I could encode the files even with lower bit rate and the new problem would be solved ....
Antwort von Joe Cool:
None Has an answer here?? - Sorry ...
Antwort von Markus:
"" Guest, "" wrote:
The easiest way is probably to copy one of the "excess" movies just to a CD :-)
I would recommend to you now synonymous. Or are you not s.end (more) about everything on a DVD to have, but rather to solve this problem? ;-)