Discussion in 'Science, Technology & Car Chat' started by imp, Jan 31, 2005.
Other than Winavi, which program do you guys/girls recommend when converting rmvbs to vobs?
Winavi is frustrating to use at times.
With RM files, rename them with RMVB so add the VB at the end and it should play
What are the settings you guys use in Winavi to convert?? I convert the files to .avi and burn to disc so I can watch using my divx DVD player. Most times when I burn to disc though, the audio ends up being out of sync. The playback is fine when on the computer....its just after putting on disc that I have problems. Please help me out if you could. Thanks.
Use ConvertXtoDvd in order to author a dvd which is playable in most dvd player.
This is where you can get the software
and here is the how to archive
just google for the instruction on how to use this software.
FYI it's very simple thus it's very easy to use.
you might want to use nero to burn the authored dvd to DVD-R
I'm not trying to convert to DVD, just AVI. I'll stick with winavi but I just want to know the settings.
convertxtodvd is a great program - it allow you to title you menu in chinese character. Depending on how many chapter you are converting and you cpu speed - I am able to convert 5 chapter in 1 hr.
The one thing that this program do not offer is to cnvert a dual language rmvb file - anyone that have a program that will do this.
Is it possible someone answer my question without referring me to other software or telling me how great these other programs are? I just want a simple answer to what are the settings of winavi you guys use.
Help needed here, I converted a tvb series that has both mando/canto language into dvd files and then burnt it on a dvd but the problem I'm having is that it only plays mando on my standard dvd player. How to I fix this problem?
It's a real helpful guide. Thanks. -bigclap-bigclap
WinAVI is the way to go...
use version 8, it supports dvd menu as well...
yes not here in america thou, in asia, there is, all you need is to buy the player, put in a 2.5" (notebook size) hd and have it connected to TV and you can select the files to play, neat eh?
not if you get single sided blu ray writer, then you can fit 25 hours =0
i have q6600 with 4gb ram and 3.5TB hd space...i use WinAVI and it takes approx. 28 mins - 40 mins (depending on your output quality) for 5x 42 min RMVBs ... for those who had a slightly larger DVD-5 output size, don't waste time in redo it again, use DVD Shrink to compress it a little...i have 1 hd for windows, 1 hd for downloads, 2 hd for converted stuff to start...i will never download and read stuff from the same hd
there can be different factors for this...(1) your computer isn't fast enough due to doing too many things at once (like listening to music, watching a video, high speed downloads)...(2) your source files is corrupt, try to see if the source are like that as well...(3) most important!!! are you downloading, reading and converting to the SAME hard drive, that will decrease the read/write performance...
WinAVI requires something called the RMdll, it is a zipped file with all the RM decoders...after this is extracted to the 'Filter' folder, it works like a charm... (this seems to be an issue with older versions of WinAVI)
isn't 2 hours too long? LOL
my times for 6cn 5x 42 min DVD-RMVBs are approx Lowest Quality (30 mins), Lower Quality (45 mins), Medium Quality (55 mins), Higher Quality (70 mins), Highest Quality (< 90 mins)
i have been using this since version 6.7 and never had an issue with it,...
Is there a way I can get 8 TVB episodes on one 5.6 GB DVD and with chapters; Can some one help me with that? Thxs
Can someone tell me how to get a serial ke and removve the watermark from WINAVI?
thank you, very helpful guide
Ultra Video Converter is a good alternative if Winavi ever fails, I utilise the Ultra ting at the moment as Winavi
does not cross over to Vista 64 bit.
Good guide, can at times be a tad frustrating finding the right combination of softwares to get tings done!
wow this was really helpful... thanxs a lot!!!
What version of Winavi do you have?
Started converting rmbv with winavi, but now I dont use it. Allok is for me the easiest to use, but will use convertxtoDVD 3 for DVD with menu, DVDsanta, AVS, easy rmbv converter. It depends on the rmbv's, some converters will convert and others get stuck, so I just try with allok and go onto others when problems crop up when it gets stuck etc.
I love watching all kinds of video with Multilanguage and subtitles I mean one video file that has more than one audio languages and subtitles. I have some of those files in blu-ray 1080p video files that are mostly in MKV format and some in AVI. They are super great files. When playing them in the computer I can pick witch audio language to use and subtitle.
I like to convert most of my videos to DVD so I can play them on most DVD players and not having to use my computer for watching videos.
Here comes the problem: how do I convert my Multilanguage & subtitle MKV, AVI, RMVB...etc. files to DVD while keeping all the different languages on the DVD, so I can pick witch language to play on the DVD?
I currently use WinAVI Video Converter & Cucusoft AVI to VCD DVD MPEG Creator Pro both will convert my files to DVD, but it will only take whatever the first audio is and delete the other audios on the file. I even try the trail version of AVS Video Converter 6 with this it still only converts one audio language to DVD but it lets me pick witch audio I want.
Does anyone know how to create DVDs that have more the one kind of audios and subtitles? What programs do I need to use?
Sorry For Being So Long. Hope People Can Understand My Problem And Help Me. I Would Be Grateful.
Thank You Very Much In Advance.