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Old 19th Aug 2004, 11:02   #1
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DVD Recording S/W - suggestions please?

Hope this is the right forum, A/V didn't quite seem right.

I'm about to receive my first DVD writer, and would like recommendations on what software is useful for taking archives of short video clips and turning them into a DVD with a front-end menu?

Also, is it correct that if your clips are of lower quality (e.g. old camcorder captures) you can fit more on a single DVD by lowering the bitrate?

Anyone know of a good tutorial or resource on this subject?

Thanks..
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Old 19th Aug 2004, 14:36   #2
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Nero 6 would be the easiest for what you described IMHO..

Another worthy set of programs you'll want on hand is DVDShrink and DVDDecrypter which are both freeware..

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Old 19th Aug 2004, 19:30   #3
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a lot of dvd writers come with an older or trial version of sonic myDVD ... specifically made for archiving home videos and whatnot ...

http://www.sonic.com/products/mydvd/default.asp
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