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elfactor
2011-04-30, 02:32 PM
Hi,
I'd like to know which dvd authoring software you would advice. I use windows 7. I used to have TMPGEnc DVD Author on my old computer with windows XP, but it seems that it is incompatible with windows 7.
Also, would it be possible with it to add a second audio track?
Thanks for your help
Nick

AAR.oner
2011-04-30, 03:24 PM
Sony Vegas Suite or Adobe Premiere Pro Suite

jabulon
2011-04-30, 03:55 PM
TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 works for windows 7.

elfactor
2011-04-30, 05:27 PM
thanks for your answers guys

xjsb125
2011-05-01, 10:00 AM
In regards to the second audio track, a few things factor in and have an impact on the video. What audio format(s) will you be using? The combined bit rates for them will impact the bitrate you use on your video when rendering.

tgunn2760
2011-05-01, 03:01 PM
Hi,
I'd like to know which dvd authoring software you would advice. I use windows 7. I used to have TMPGEnc DVD Author on my old computer with windows XP, but it seems that it is incompatible with windows 7.
Also, would it be possible with it to add a second audio track?
Thanks for your help
Nick

TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 supports two audio tracks.

jabulon
2011-05-01, 04:49 PM
TMPGEnc DVD Author 3 supports two audio tracks.

yes but it doesn't run under Windows 7, only on Windows Vista, WindowsXP (or Windows2000 ).

elfactor
2011-05-01, 06:44 PM
thanks for your help. I got TMPGEnc DVD Author 4 which runs on Windows 7. I gave up for the 2 audio tracks, way too complicated for me, and the sound of the camcorder is as good as the sound of the Iriver I used to tape the audio.

DanielG
2011-05-02, 06:03 AM
I use DVD Lab Pro 2 for authoring. Easy to use, but also quite powerful if you that way inclined.
http://www.mediachance.com/dvdlab/

Here is a tutorial on how to add multiple audio tracks to your DVD
http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/dvd-lab-pro1.html