I’ve been working with avi and mpeg now, adding srt and sub subtitle files and getting the hang of it all. But now I have been given live footage of a friend’s band that had been burned to DVD and then ripped to share by their sound/vid engineer. Now he’s gone on another tour and I am trying to put this demo DVD back together for them.
I have, intact the original DVD files as such:
The cumulative size is 3.53Gig. From what I understand this file structure combine with its size means that this was a single layer burn and could be rebuilt in the same format. (Correct me if I am wrong, please.)
The reason that it had to be ripped and rebuilt was that the audio was added later from a recording off of the sound-board. But as I have it here (above), it is now complete and nothing need be edited or added. I would like to burn it just as it is (without loosing anything of course).
My Question: Can I simply burn these files to a DVD+R using NERO 6.0 Ultra?
Will this then work in my DVD player? Or do I have to find a way to convert it to an ISO image.
I’ve had to use WinMPG Video Converter to convert some avi files to mpeg for use in DVD-Lab Pro and was sorely disappointed in the loss of quality and the time it took - like 18 hours. I cannot suffer the picture or audio degradation for this project.
Please tell me these files are good to go…
What’s my next step?
“Don’t sweat the petty things. Pet the sweaty things.”