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rmvb files on dvd - 9/20/2004 1:41:43 PM   
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Hi all,

Similar to a question on burning multiple vcds on a dvd, is it possible to burn multiple rmvb files on a dvd? Is re-encoding a must in this case?

Thanks!
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RE: rmvb files on dvd - 9/23/2004 5:09:00 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: namartlu

Hi all,

Similar to a question on burning multiple vcds on a dvd, is it possible to burn multiple rmvb files on a dvd? Is re-encoding a must in this case?

Thanks!


hi m8,
you must convert these files to dvd mpeg2 format first


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RE: rmvb files on dvd - 9/23/2004 5:24:48 AM   
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That's true.

You can simply burn all your rmvb files into DVD media as data, and play them with PC.

But if you prefer to play them on DVD-Player, then you must convert them to MPEG2 file format and using some authoring s/w to make them become standard DVD format.

If I am not wrong, TMPGEnc Plus can convert rmvb files to MPEG-2. Try it.

After converting to MPEG-2 files, then using TMPGEnc DVD Author to merge them into on single DVD Video disc.

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RE: rmvb files on dvd - 9/23/2004 3:59:51 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: arith

That's true.

You can simply burn all your rmvb files into DVD media as data, and play them with PC.

But if you prefer to play them on DVD-Player, then you must convert them to MPEG2 file format and using some authoring s/w to make them become standard DVD format.

If I am not wrong, TMPGEnc Plus can convert rmvb files to MPEG-2. Try it.

After converting to MPEG-2 files, then using TMPGEnc DVD Author to merge them into on single DVD Video disc.


Thanks eleajar and arith!

The size after re-encoding to MPEG-2 would be much larger than the original? What's a typical figure, would it be like... 2x or 3x larger than the original rmvb files?

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RE: rmvb files on dvd - 9/23/2004 9:39:44 PM   
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I think that might due to the "bitrate" for video and audio.

You should confirm the original rmvb's bitrate for video and audio.
When converting them to MPEG-2, try to re-set the default bitrate number.

I think TMPGEnc Plus might give you a default 8000 bitrate for the video which is too big for a lower resolution and lower quality video source.

With the bitrate set to 1000 for the convered MPEG-2 might be a good try, still depends on your source's quality.

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RE: rmvb files on dvd - 10/14/2004 11:19:24 PM   
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Hello, I tried that.

convert .rmvb into .mpg using MPEG4 Direct Maker,
Then use Tmpgenc DVD Author 1.6 to merge multiple .mpg into a DVD-R.

Video ok, Sound ok on PC but not on my Onkyo DVD player (no sound),
do anyone know the issue for fix?

Do I need set booktype to DVD-ROM, I burn using NEC2510A fw2.15, how / by dvdinfopro or any relieable software ? And need upgrade to fw 2.16 first ?

Any idea thanks.

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