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I have been using DeVeDe to try to create ISOs of video DVDs to burn with K3D. Nomatter how carefully I select the "Video DVD" button it keeps making CD ...
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- 04-11-2007 #1
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How do I create a DVD ISO with DeVeDe?
I have been using DeVeDe to try to create ISOs of video DVDs to burn with K3D. Nomatter how carefully I select the "Video DVD" button it keeps making CD ISOs. The final ISO is 880MB, so I have no idea what kind of CD it thinks I have. Also, in the "disk usage" section, the media size reads as 4.7GB, but still it produces a CD image.
Can anyone either tell me how to get around this or suggest another program to make a DVD from a .DV/.AVI/.MPG please?
- 04-19-2007 #2
KMediaFactoryIf you need a CD/DVD catalogizer, give a try to my program:
- 04-19-2007 #3
How do you know it is a CD ISO and not a DVD ISO? Maybe your videos are too small to fit a complete DVDPut your hand in an oven for a minute and it will be like an hour, sit beside a beautiful woman for an hour and it will be like a minute, that is relativity. --Albert Einstein
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- 04-20-2007 #4
Originally Posted by khinch
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i also like ff-mpeg - theres a gui for it called winff... but it can't create the dvd file structure so you need to use dvdauthor to finish it off - or just burn the dvd compliant mpeg. I like ff-mpeg better than devede because you can do a 2 pass encode to improve quality if needed .. as well as a few other fun things.
also.. why would you want to burn the iso with k3d? .. i mean, you can.. but i cant see the point. devede creates the file structure needed to play the dvd, and also the iso.. so theres no need for k3d. i just burn the iso from nautilus.