I thought I had a handle on this, but apparently not.
I record 1 hr. shows from my TV card and they are automatically saved as *.mpg (I presume mpeg2) files about 6.5 Gb. I want to convert them and burn to DVD for later playback.
From other posts I read it appears that I need to use DVD shrink to reduce the file size. If I understand this correctly, DVD shrink looks for a video_ts.ifo file and it then creates a reduced size .iso image? or not?
If that is true, what program or procedure should I follow to create the _ts file, or am I completely lost here?
I did install gspot and got a message that it an mpeg format nopt supported by gspot. When I rendered it the file type came back as an “mpeg1payload”.
Thanks in advance for any help I can get with this issue.