Hey ppl, i asked one of my friends abt backing up sum of my movies as my Hard Drive is showing signs of slowing down, and i want to make sure i get sum home movies backed up before they get erased completely
anyways, i just bought and installed my LG GSA-H42N-BK and got a 100 DVD-R spindle of Taiyo Yuden Dvd's and im jakt up and ready to go.
now i just want to go thru this process with making as few coasters as necessary...
i have an 1080p HDTV file that was a .ts file and i just changed the extension to a .mpeg file thats around 5.3 gb. Now my question is how to i get this behemoth filesize to play on my TV when i pop it in?
i have ConvertXtoDVD, and DVD shrink, and Nero 7(not currently installed, but i can if necessary)
do i need a HD dvd player to be able to read this? or an HDTV?
also, if it is possible to get this to play on a regular tv and regular dvd player, would the quality be seriously dominated by the time its converted to play on dvd?
I would rather sacrifice certain portions of the movie clip than the quality of it.
And if that is the case? any suggestions on video file editing software i should get? Ive heard good things about Adobe Premier, but i dont know how easy that is to use, also..my video card is less than great..so would managing HDTV video editing such as this file be near impossible w/o a better GPU?
phew, thats a lot of questions fer just one problem, and thanks in advance for reading if not answering