I'm struggling with a DVD problem that I hope someone can help with. I'm looking for a way to copy 3 (or 4) one GB *.mpg files to disk as a DVD video, without "re-authoring" the files, perhaps with TMpegenc DVD author (TDA) if I can find the correct switch
I use a DVB card that captures TV signals from a satellite that I used to copy to DVD as data files (UDF 1.02), some as large as four gigabytes. Alas with the advent of the new high speed disks, my old software no longer works, and the new software (Nero 6...) has a one GB limit ( the entire long file is copied in UDF 1.2, but only 1 GB will play on the mpeg iso DVD player)
No problem... I can instruct the software to break the file into 1 GB pieces, and then copy multiple 1 GB data files to disk. They play just fine. Alas,. though they are in order on w2k, they are out of order on the player
OK.. I can re-author using TMpegenc DVD author, and that works. Alas, TMpegenc DVD author insists on copying the 1 GB *.mpg files to a news set of *.vob files on the hard drive, before it will write to DVD. This takes way too much time. Is there any way I can just rename the mpg files and use them as "chapters"
I only want to copy the files once to disk. They are all *.mpg that will play on the DVD