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Thread: Converting video file formats

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    I've got an iso for a film which I can extract to give me the video_ts folder and contents. However, I want to fit a couple of films on one dvd so want to extract the video/audio from that video_ts folder so I can then create a multi film dvd using TMPGEnc DVD Author.

    How do I go about it?
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    orcutt989's Avatar Blargh
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    Search google, DVD to AVI, and download the first free program they throw at you. I use WinAVI, but it isnt free, but you could get it, in a free means....

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    maebach's Avatar Team FST Captain
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    Quote Originally Posted by orcutt989
    Search google, DVD to AVI, and download the first free program they throw at you. I use WinAVI, but it isnt free, but you could get it, in a free means....
    thats the best way I can think of. I use WinAvi too. Its really good.

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    Wolfmight's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +1
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    Putting mutliple DVDs on a single DVD will mess with the quality. 2 movies will probably do fine, but 3,4,5,9 will do really bad. Especially 9.

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    Lots of help can be found here...

    www.videohelp.com

    BTW, WinAvi is very nice and simple to use.

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    vivitron 15's Avatar Poster
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    why not just go dvd>kvcd, (check out kvcd.net or dvdrhelp.com for guides), and then miss out the avi stage?!?
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