Is there a program that the capture of a TV broadcast directly equal to the VOB files (DVD format) created?
Is there a program with which you cut to edit VOB files () can?
Thanks for your help once already ... Mike
Antwort von Blackeagle123:
Hello bleackeagle, contemporary names:) lol
So, if there is such a program does not know uich can not really be, I think! But you can always avis and mpegs, etc. as a DVD can be subsequently "render", with or without menu synonymous ultimately decides the program! From very simple programs, on average, such as DVDit to high levels of sophisticated programs such as Adobe Encore, there is a huge range. If ever a matter of how much budget you have available. Kan you but I recommend Adobe Encore is very, as it is working perfectly on the one with all the rest of Adobe Series, with me not ienmal crashed, that is very stable and incredibly easy to provide many functions for a perfect DVD "Appearance" :)
VOB files you can not cut straight! There are certainly Programs, sorry that I can give you none, with which you can make one VOB from a mpeg or avi, which you may even cut can. I would recommend you to have a camera or a digitizer, or map, a Picture of TV / DVD / ... directly intercept and record on the PC. Here you can even record with the DVD menu, w hen's what you want! Otherwise wirds by software very time consuming! (I say only real time, and then equal to the number of times to perfect it can be cut) Uncompressed AVI, as is required of most video editing programs, I say only Adobe Premiere, in order to be able to perfectly cut, probably can not create such a program! I hope I could help you
Many dear greetings Constantin (Black Eagle hrhr * *)
Antwort von blackeagle1701:
Hello Constantin - nickname vetter ;-)
Thanks for the info ..
I am talking about, but a recorded TV show so quickly as possible to bring to DVD - no menus, Subtitle, and the whole other frippery.
I get of my TV card (Hauppauge PVR 350) a MPG file, which should - if possible without running through an encoder, regardless of be burned to CD.
So far I have found out until now, these VOB files ja nix but divided MPEGs, which lacks only the two IFO files the DVD needs.
Now my idea: The MPEG with just a file splitter prog split, then one (desired!) prog with producing two IFOs And I spare me the whole encodiererei ;-)
Gibts such a Proggi?
Antwort von Beobachter:
... then do that!
Antwort von gaddagah:
Most DVD players can play as synonymous mpeg files without having them before you need to convert to DVD-standard. It depends of course on whether your DVD player that creates or whether the synonymous nor should run on other players. In any case, this would be the quickest way to burn your MPG file to DVD, where you will, of course, synonymous to chapters, menus, etc. have to do without.