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Old 2006-09-07, 09:01 PM
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Re: video 2 cam. question...editing..

just another note, you want to make sure that the file> properties > video > pixel aspect ratio is in widescreen.
and on the video preview, check 'simulate device aspect ratio' and things won't looked stretched and with black bars as in tg27's example...
done this many times with no problem...have fun!
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Old 2006-10-24, 10:33 AM
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Anyone interested in syncing audio with a DVD for me?

wasn't sure exactly where to ask this, but...

i've seen a 'bootlegger' with a 2-cam mix of a recent RHCP show available on DVD. i want to purchase this show and put it out to everyone, BUT... i also recorded audio of this show, which i can guarantee is better than the camera audio..

i was wondering if anyone would be willing to do an A/V sync for me. i would provide both audio and video sources, as well as blanks for the final product. i would then make it available here..

if you're interested, please let me know. OR, if there is an easy to follow guide somewhere, i'd love to see it. thanks!
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Re: DVD Transfer & Authoring?

Hello
I'm facing a small problem
I read some of the previous parts about ripping a dvd etc...
but here's my situation
I have 2 DVD 5 which are originally 1 VHS transfer
I want to create 1 DVD 9 out of these 2 plus edit/cut some parts
the files are on my PC I don't have the DVDs anymore I threw them and don't want to burn them again
with SmartRipper I couldn't work since after a few clicks it showed me the "program has stopped working" close the program
with DVD Decrypter I can't choose the source as a folder from my hard drive

I just want to demux both of the DVDs then add them on the timeline of Sony Vegas and do the required editing

Any suggestions?
Thanks
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Old 2016-01-13, 09:01 AM
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Re: DVD Transfer & Authoring?

You could use IMGBurn to create a .iso file, mount it to a virtual drive, then try and demux it...theoretically. I'm sure your also aware you will lose some quality when you render out a new track.
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Old 2016-01-13, 11:44 AM
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Re: DVD Transfer & Authoring?

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You could use IMGBurn to create a .iso file, mount it to a virtual drive, then try and demux it...theoretically. I'm sure your also aware you will lose some quality when you render out a new track.
Thanks again
Will give it a try
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Old 2016-01-23, 09:31 AM
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Re: DVD Transfer & Authoring?

It's possible to do the editing in Sony Vegas Video, but you have to manually set the bitrate to exactly what was used to encode the original mpeg files in the authored DVD - or it will re-encode them. You can use a program like G-Spot to get an idea of what the bitrate of a DVD is, but it's not always truly accurate.

I would recommend a program like Womble's MPEG Video Wizard DVD (www.womble.com). You can easily edit mpeg files with it, it figures out the original bitrates automatically, and it doesn't re-encode (unless you want it to).

And you can use the previously described method of creating an .iso file and mounting it in a virtual drive, but that can be problematic for a lot of reasons. Why not just reburn the disks and extract the files using DVD Decrypter? Disks cost 20 cents and you can burn them in just a few minutes.
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