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Old 4th July 2016, 05:48   #1  |  Link
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Can someone recommend a DVD Converter for HEVC

I successfully demuxed, edited the audio stream then remuxed an MKV file, using AVIdemux. But none of my video converters (to DVD) will recognize the file that MediaInfo reports to be encoded with HEVC. The codec ID is V_MPEGH/ISOHEVC. Media Player Classic plays the file OK on my PC. I tried converting the file to a DVD compilation (VOB, IFO, BUP), using ConvertXtoDVD (v5) and AVS Video Converter and the finicky AVStoDVD, but none support the file.

XMediaRecode is able to convert the file to AVI that ConvertX will recognize, but in doing so the loss of video quality is unacceptable. Is there an converter that can burn the movie to DVD disc, supporting an HEVC encoded file?
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Old 4th July 2016, 19:14   #2  |  Link
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I'm wondering if your AVStoDVD was set up properly. It comes with LAV filters by default, hence the software should accept HEVC with no problem.
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Old 4th July 2016, 23:17   #3  |  Link
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MPEG-2 Program stream can contain MPEG-1 Part 2 video, MPEG-2 Part 2 video, MPEG-1 Part 3 audio (MP3, MP2, MP1) or MPEG-2 Part 3 audio.[7] It can also contain MPEG-4 Part 2 video, MPEG-2 Part 7 audio (AAC) or MPEG-4 Part 3 (AAC) audio,[7] but they are rarely used.[citation needed] The MPEG-2 Program stream has provisions for non-standard data (e.g. AC-3 audio or subtitles) in the form of so-called private streams.[11] International Organization for Standardization authorized SMPTE Registration Authority, LLC as the registration authority for MPEG-2 format identifiers. It publishes list of compression formats which can be encapsulated in MPEG-2 transport stream and program stream.[12]

It's hard to understand what you want but it seems like you want something unattainable.
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Old 5th July 2016, 02:56   #4  |  Link
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Yep..at this time, I want something not available.

I converted the HEVC (H.265) file to AVI and also to MP4 (H.264) at the same bitrate. The AVI was pixilated in action scenes. The MP4 is acceptable, and I was able to convert and burn it to DVD media. Visiting VSO's site, I read that they are working on HEVC support for ConvertXtoDVD.

How could I not set up AVStoDVD? Is there some trick? Ii seems that is the source video is not absolutely perfect and encoded with the most basic codecs, the process fails. I like the fact that AVStoDVD renders a movie at close to 4.38 GB, so less compression offers better video quality; but the app succeeds in converted movies to DVD only one out of five times.

If you are able to get AVStoDVD to work consistently, please share the steps you use. I would loooooove know how you managed.
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So, you're putting files on a DVD-ROM, not trying to make a Video DVD? Or am I confused? If it is a Video DVD, this is really about authoring that.
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Old 28th September 2016, 23:03   #6  |  Link
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Sorry for the tardy response; I thought the thread had died. And boy, I must have been half asleep in my last post: the grammar and typos are lamentable.

My objective is to burn video onto a DVD disk, using the new HEVC H.265 standard (codec ID: "V_MPEGH/ISOHEVC).

As for AVStoDVD, is the app unstable or does it require special knowledge to make it work? I like the features, but very rarely does it succeed in processing any video file format and burning it to DVD media.
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My objective is to burn video onto a DVD disk, using the new HEVC H.265 standard (codec ID: "V_MPEGH/ISOHEVC).
It is still not clear what is your intention - DVD standard allow only for MPEG-2 (H.262) video coding and as such HEVC (H.265) is non DVD compliant.
However storage medium called DVD-(+)R can be used to store any type of data you like.

If your intention is to create disc compliant with one of consumer video standard then you should focus your attention to BD specification - for newer BD HEVC (H.265) is one of the compliant video coding methods.
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Old 3rd October 2016, 06:54   #8  |  Link
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My interest is in finding an app that will convert an *.mkv or *.mp4 video file encoded with the H.265 codec and burn it onto a DVD+R disk, with the standard IFO, BUP and VOB files. Sorry for being such a newbie. I'm doing my best to be as clear as I am able.
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My interest is in finding an app that will convert an *.mkv or *.mp4 video file encoded with the H.265 codec and burn it onto a DVD+R disk, with the standard IFO, BUP and VOB files. Sorry for being such a newbie. I'm doing my best to be as clear as I am able.
Ok, now it is more clear - perhaps something from http://www.videohelp.com/software/se...dvd-converters can fit to your expectations - i would give a chance to:

http://www.videohelp.com/software/AVStoDVD
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I recommend Joyoshare Video Converter. It can convert or rip DVD to HEVC with lossless quality and high speed. You can have a try.
Lossless quality will give you larger file size than original mpeg2 stream.
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I recommend Joyoshare Video Converter. It can convert or rip DVD to HEVC with lossless quality and high speed. You can have a try.
Why would you necro a 3 year old thread as your first post?
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Why would you necro a 3 year old thread as your first post?
Because he is an author of Joyoshare Video Converter ? This is very common tactic. They search for topics where people ask for some software and then inject hidden adv as user's recommendation. The same behaviour can be found at videohelp.

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In that case wimm should tell us what his ffmpeg GUI (there are hundreds of them...) can do that an open source tool can't do.

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