Iâ€™ve been playing with the trial version on Womble MPEG-VCR Video Editor.
I edited the commercials from a TV program that I had recorded with a stand alone DVD recorder. However Iâ€™m not sure how to properly save the new file in order to burn it to a new DVD-R.
There are several options, but itâ€™s not clear to me which one to use.
There is MPEG-2 Program Stream (PS), which states is the format used by the Digital Video Disk (DVD) format. This one sounds good because I do want to make a DVD.
MPEG-2 Transport Stream (TS), which states is mainly used for transmission of multi-program MPEG-2 compressed contents over telecommunication channels. This one sounds good because it appears I started with a TS file. However when saving to this format it asks to select PID parameters. But there is nothing in the help file or guide explaining PID.
The help file mentions about â€œSave Editor Projectâ€. It states â€œAn Editor project file is a text file containing complete information about a list of edited MPEG video clips. Unlike the Save operation, save an Editor project does not involving any re-encoding computation.â€ Obviously I do not want any re-encoding to take place. But there is no list of edited MPEG video clips. I just have the one long TV movie with no commercial.
What is the proper way to save my new movie file in order to burn to a DVD-R?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance,