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film läuft auf fernseher nicht

film is not on tv



Frage von arionworks:
Mai 2007

hi
I finally finished today, with my fimbearbeitung. is really quite a lot of work into it.
Now I have it on dvd not burned, to put it on the TV set to watch. but on the record: no audio, no video. synonymous beine friend saw the movie on the TV set does not look.
it is perhaps s.format?
it is a. wmv file, the size is 640 * 480.
MFG



Antwort von arionworks:

"Anonymous" wrote:
hi

it is a. wmv file, the size is 640 * 480.
MFG


That it is with security. DVD players usually expect movies with 720 x 576 pixels and MPEG-2 compression.

Greeting
Holger



Antwort von Zedt:

Hello,

I guess now that you've got just the WMV with a burning program to burn a DVD, it's not really the good way.
Computed no WMV from your editing program, but make an AVI file with the PAL DV codec. This file then you importierst into a DVD authoring program (Adobe Encore and umpteen others).
Here is your file into an MPEG2 format with the correct parameters down effect. If possible, place 7 Mb / s and CBR (constant bitrate), then you have the greatest chance that the DVD players at all playing correctly.
schöne Grüße,
Markus





Antwort von arionworks:

well then, I try to convert the movie times. knows someone good video converter?
MFG and thanks for the quick reply



Antwort von schnuffelkalli:

've now tried everything to make it like you've described it to me. hope jetz gehts, pushes me daumen XD



Antwort von Blizzzard:

No (or few) DVD player can read nowadays wmv, Windows Media Video ;-) just try something with avi, or the traditional DVD format.

Regards

Blizzard



Antwort von deto:

I have the same problem.
What, then, is a "typical" DVD format or I'm with AVI in any case on the right page? ('ve been burned so much, this time it should work ;-)

Thank you very much!



Antwort von Bernd E.:

"Anonymous" wrote:
What, then, is a "typical" DVD Format

"Anonymous" wrote:
DVD players usually expect movies with 720 x 576 pixels and MPEG-2 compression.

Gruß Bernd E.



Antwort von deto:

It is embarrassing, but it is already too high for me



Antwort von Bernd E.:

"Anonymous" wrote:
this is already too high for me

Then you read s.besten times as a basic reading of the "Video to DVD" on the Page www.edv-tipp.de through. Is not a matter of five minutes, but it is worth it.

Gruß Bernd E.



Antwort von Markus73:

"Anonymous" wrote:
It is embarrassing, but it is already too high for me


Then just use the "DVD burn" your video software, you need to view the details you do not worry and produce a standard video DVD! The most popular products (Pinnacle, Magix, Ulead ....) but all the control. Or what are you working?

Gruß,
Markus



Antwort von deto:

"Bernd E." wrote:
"Anonymous" wrote:
this is already too high for me

Then you read s.besten times as a basic reading of the "Video to DVD" on the Page www.edv-tipp.de through. Is not a matter of five minutes, but it is worth it.

Gruß Bernd E.


Thanks for the link, just something I need time to myself right reinzuarbeiten.

@ Markus: The first experiment I had with the software of the Cam made, then the VOB files.
Then I did it with Windows Movie Maker probiert. On the PC, it worked really well ...
Now I have only the first test version of Ulead runtergeladen.

Thank you for helping me do next! Unfortunately, we do not take on so stupid mega Beginners questions!



Antwort von deto:

VOB files are packed properly for a video DVD. Real as it gets.



Antwort von Quadruplex:

shooting and the Movie Maker on the moon. If, like almost all Windows encores (Internet Exploder, spit out excess, Pain, etc.), completely useless ...



Antwort von Markus73:

"Anonymous" wrote:
@ Markus: The first experiment I had with the software of the Cam made, then the VOB files.


That would have been the right way!

Quote:
Then I did it with Windows Movie Maker probiert. On the PC, it worked really well ...


The Movie Maker can not themselves produce DVDs.

As written, VOB sounds good, video DVDs contain, among other things, VOB files.

Gruß,
Markus



Antwort von deto:

I found in the DVD with the VOB files but the sound so bad, maybe because then I have gone wrong.

Then I try again. THANK YOU, THANK YOU!




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