Initially I was proud as a king, that I had succeeded, my 15 year old video recordings using my analog camcorder Philipps M670 on a brand new hard drive DVD recorder the Panasonic brand to play (if I was right, it is to MPEG files). Then I burned the video sequences of the hard drive to a DVD-RW. But then when I tried these sequences using the Microsoft Movie maker to edit the program seems to recognize the MPEG files. What should I do? Bin lay bloody and ask for indulgence!
Antwort von TimoR:
How are the files because, if you open the DVD s.Computer? Are there really some MPEG files and you can this otherwise normal in an open player and play? Saves your recorder your recordings really synonymous as MPEG files, not as s.and VOB files? And Movie Maker does the otherwise perfectly? Have you ever tried, if the problem is with other MPEG files synonymous occurs?
Antwort von Markus:
DVD recorders store usually MPEG2 (video) and Dolby Digital (audio) reißverlussartig interwoven in a VOB container file. This can be seen with the Movie Maker does not edit.
In the simplest case can be finalized DVD recordings with a video editing software cut, which can explicitly. Since the DVD is a distribution medium and is usually only s.Ende the processing chain, it is primarily the beginner programs, such a function can have.
There are all synonymous hand tools, with which the data for the video editing to prepare, but it is handmade. Plus a text from another forum:
DVD2AVI is freeware and converts into VOBs to AVIs, AC3 can be synonymous. VirtualDub MOD VOB can also read and convert everything into what you want. AC3 filter is also freeware, one only needs to install and can then be used in Virtualdub, then maybe it works even in Ulead VS 9th Who then matching the DV-AVI codec is missing: Cedocida - very good and free.