Ok heres the deal…
What i want to do is take 2-3 movies and there “telesync [SVCD]” (each movie has 2 cd’s in cue/bin format and i know how to use isobuster to extract the MPEG2 files) then i want to be able to put the seperate movies on a dvd with a menu to choose between the 2-3 movies. Simple. Im looking for something that will convert the video and audio to DVD compliant standards so theres not alot of guess work.
Basically i just got a DVD burner last week and decided i would try to put my movies on dvd rather then keep putting them on multiple CD-R’s. I have tried DVDlabs, NeroVision express, Ulead DVD factory, and TMPGEnc. As far as im concerned (for someone who knows JACK about making DVD compliant movies) i found these programs absolutely confusing at times if not merely impossible to figure out.
Is there some program out there that can “do it all” or even do “most” of it? Id really like some of the guess work taken out as to when i need to convert the video to PAL ot NTSC, or convert the video size from “blah blah” to “blah blah”. For someone whos brand new to dvd making, there must be an easier way to figure this out, either program wise or Noob-guide wise.
Anyway it seems im going on and on here, but i had just purchased 10 DVD+R.s at local comp shop for $23 ( i know i can get them cheaper on-line this was just for a small test) and i have burned unsuccesfully 7 of them using those previously mentioned programs, 3 left . Maybe i should just stick to CD-R’s, they never had any problems recording cue/bins