Discussion in 'Science, Technology & Car Chat' started by imp, Jan 31, 2005.
Now using VSO. Much better than Winavi. Can burn 10 ep in one dvd
^ when you say 10epi/dvd. are these hdzone-neo formats.
just got done downloading the software and currently converting, hopefully i'll have more luck using vso than winavi.
just got done burning a dvd and audio and video works great. FINALLY..
everyone should move to this program.
how quick is the conversion process and what is the quality of the conversion process?
I say it takes no more than 2hrs to convert and burn 5 hdzone-neo version chapters to dvd. The quality is pretty damn good, almost like watching it through my computer. (but i have a pretty good computer moniter, so others may be different.)
I think the menu can be a little better updated and such, but as long as it works, I'm a happy camper.
how long are the hdzone-neo chapters?
they are about 44minutes per chapter, VSO tells you in the info area. so i figure it about 250minutes per disk to burn to dvd.
thanks for the info
thanks for the guide
wow nice work on this guide. thanks a lot
i use Imtoo burner but i dunno how to add the title to d menu
does anyone knoes??
Thanks for the info...will try to use VSO next time to burn DVD
k so i have all these rmvb files that i have changed into vob, ifo and bup files using winavi...and i want to burn 4-5 episodes (hopefully with separate chapters when i watch it on my dvd player) onto one dvd...but they all have the same ending ie: VTS_01_0...etc. so it gets messy when i try burning them onto the dvd. and nero keeps showing some message about not being able to reallocate some files...
im out of ideas...any help? what other programs/software do i need? i've tried rewriting the ifo files using ifoedit and it's still not working...im new at burning episodes onto dvds so this is all very confusing...not even sure if this is the place to post this...
great guide... very useful
U can use win avi video or you can convert to avi use allok rmvb to avi and use convert x dvd
Great info in this thread. Thanks!
Good guide...I'll have to try it out.
Thanks for the great information.