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Old 20th August 2002, 11:33   #1  |  Link
drewazoid
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Authoring Time

im using Uleads DVD Workshop to author my DVDs, but i am finding its taking a very long time to convert the DVD complient MPeg-2, but then again i have nothing to compare to.

I am running a P4 1.6Gig, 512Mb RAM, 40Gig 7200rpm. Win XP Pro

Could anyone tell me there average time to author an Mpeg to DVD.

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Old 20th August 2002, 11:38   #2  |  Link
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lack of info

just read my post an reaslised the lack of information that i provided.

The Mpeg is 3 Gig, converting at 4000. Its now at 50% after 15 hours?

is this normal, or is there a chance that my Mpeg-2 isn't dvd complient and its changeing it on the fly.

The MPG was taken from a DivX, wav was taken and AVI converted to MPG, then Multiplexed back together in TMPGEnc. Is there any special steps that i should be aware of.

Sorry if this is a bit newbie, but my original post was just for personal interest.
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Old 20th August 2002, 20:30   #3  |  Link
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drewazoid,

Interesting thread, I too have DVD Workshop (won as a prize), so am looking to use it for authoring.

I have imported a *.m2v file no problem, but am having problems with audio.

I'm thinking about importing *.ac3 file, but not sure if it supports this or is it just *.wav files (these are huge)

Why are you converting the MPEG2 files ??

Exactly what file type are they ?

I thought (in fact I know) DVD workshop will import MPEG2 compliant files direct.

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