Womble MPEG Video Wizard DVD Review

March 29, 2010 by   Filed under Software Reviews

Womble MPEG Video Wizard DVD Review

Womble MPEG Video Wizard DVD is a frame accurate MPEG editor which comes with DVD authoring and full AC3 audio support. It includes all the features and functionality of normal video editing software but sits to one side of the mainstream of video editors because of its MPEG2 and MPEG (mp4) specialization. One of the best things about MPEG Video Wizard DVD is that it is very smart at detecting just which parts of the input video needs to Continue reading

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VSO ConvertXtoDVD Review

March 25, 2010 by   Filed under Software Reviews

Review of ConvertXtoDVD:

ConvertXtoDVD is a well known, award winning dvd authoring software that makes it easy for you to convert any video file and author your own DVD. With this program, you can easily create personalized menus with many templates, add subtitles, add multiple audio tracks, add effects to your videos and burn them directly to DVDs.

ConvertXtoDVD can handle just about any format you throw at it, such as m2ts, avi, divx, xvid, mov, mkv, flv , dvr-ms, Continue reading

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How to create custom DVD menu with ConvertXtoDVD?

March 21, 2010 by   Filed under DVD authoring

ConvertXtoDVD is a well known dvd authoring program that makes it easy for you to convert and author any video files to DVD video to play well on your DVD player. With this tool you can easily create personalized menus with many templates, add subtitles to your videos and burn them directly to DVDs. In this guide I will show you how to create custom DVD menu using the program.  You can free download ConvertXtoDVD trial  or buy it now(15% Off). Just install and run it so that we can move on with this guide. Continue reading

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How to add an intro video to DVD before the main menu shows up?

March 16, 2010 by   Filed under DVD authoring

How to add an intro video on my DVD disk to play before the main menu appears? This is one of the common questions asked on DVD authoring forums. In this guide I will show you how to simply add an intro video clip to DVD. To be specific, the video clip will automatically play before the main menu is displayed and will return to main menu when the play ends, and nobody will find the intro video on your menu page.

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How to remove unwanted scenes from DVD movie without re-encoding?

March 4, 2010 by   Filed under DVD authoring, Video editing

In this guide I will show you how to use Womble EasyDVD to delete unwanted footage from DVD movie and then burn it back without any video quality loss. Womble EasyDVD is an excellent tool for small DVD edits or to author a new DVD from existing DVD footage, without the need for any re-encoding. So you don't have to wait to re-encode the whole movie and suffer the heavy quality loss for every little cut that is made. Continue reading

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How to create a custom DVD with ConvertXtoDVD?

March 1, 2010 by   Filed under DVD authoring

ConvertXtoDVD is a well known, award winning dvd authoring software that makes it easy for you to convert any video file and author your own DVD, create personalized menus with many templates, add subtitles, add effects to your videos and burn them directly to DVDs. In this guide we are going to show you how to create a custom DVD using the program. You can free download ConvertXtoDVD trial  or buy it now(15% Off). Just install and run it so that we can move on with this guide.

Step1. This is the main ConvertXToDVD windows. May seem a little too basic now but you'll soon see how efficient it can be. For the beginning lets go to "Settings" -> "General".

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How to add subtitles to your DVD with ConvertXtoDVD?

February 3, 2010 by   Filed under DVD authoring

ConvertXtoDVD is a well known, award winning dvd authoring software that makes it easy for you to convert any video file and author your own DVD, create personalized menus with many templates, add subtitles, add effects to your videos and burn them directly to DVDs.

Here is small guide how to add subtitles to DVD – you got some movie file (divx, avi, mov, mpg…), you got some subtitles (sub, srt,…), and you want burn this movie and subtitles to DVD.

You can free download ConvertXtoDVD trial  or buy it now(15% Off).

 

Check more guides regarding ConvertXtoDVD:

How to create a custom DVD with ConvertXtoDVD?
How to add / remove chapters to DVD in ConvertXtoDVD?
How to create custom DVD menu with ConvertXtoDVD?

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How to download/capture/save online video to computer?

January 18, 2010 by   Filed under Video Capturing

If you’re a regular YouTube viewer, you’ve probably experienced the frustration of trying to save your favorite videos. The movies are presented in the Flash Video (FLV) format which enables highly-compressed streaming video to effectively play in most browsers. However, the inconvenience with this type of  format is that you will not be able to download it by using your Save Target As option.

There are three common ways available to download/capture/save streaming videos online to your computer:

1. Capture with Web sites
2. Capture with a Firefox extension
3. Capture with commercial programs

1. Capture with Web sites

 

KeepVid and YouTube Downloader are download-helper websites that allow users to input the URL of a page which contains a video they wish to download. What great about download-helper website is that you need not to download it since it is not a software. All you have to do is to enter the URL source of the video you want to save. The website then begins to convert the video into a downloadable format (such as Mpeg or FLV) which can be saved on the hard-drive.

Download Links:

KeepVid: http://keepvid.com/
Youtube Downloader: http://www.youddl.com/

2. Capture with a Firefox extension

Mozilla Firefox is a web browser whose Video DownloadHelper extension allows the user to download videos directly off websites. This application runs both on Windows and Mac OS X operating systems. What’s great about Video DownloadHelper is that it saves streaming video from over 60 websites and supports extensions like AVI, FLV, iPOD and PSP.

First download and install Mozilla Firefox if you have not already done so. Mozilla Firefox 3.5 can be downloaded at
http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/

When Firefox’s installation is complete, you can now download the Video DownloadHelper extension at https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/3006

Click “Add to firefox” button, and then download the extension by clicking on the “Install Now” button in the prompt window. After a few seconds, you will see your new extension in the “Adds-on” window. New extensions will be active after you restart Firefox.

After installation, the toolbar should have the icon located to the left-hand side of your address bar. You should first load the page containing the video stream to use this option. Once you have loaded the right page, click on the down arrow next to your video downloadHelper icon, choose a video format and then save the video. By default it will save it as an FLV format file.

3. Capture with commercial programs

There are available commercial softwares online that require installation. They can be used to download the streaming videos to your computer. Some have the option to convert your FLV format files into Mpeg or AVI files.

CamStudio
Download Link: http://camstudio.org/
Type: Free

Replay AV
Download Link: http://www.applian.com/replay-av/
Type: Trial version

WM Recorder
Download Link: http://www.wmrecorder.com/
Type: Trial version

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How to remove commercials from MPEG files without re-encoding?

December 16, 2009 by   Filed under Video editing

You may want to do away with those annoying advertisements in between your favorite recorded TV shows or explicit scenes in a movie not suitable for family viewing. The following three guides will show you how to remove commercials or other unwanted scenes from MPEG files without hampering the audio or video quality. If your video is other format,  like AVI, ASF, RMVB, WMV etc., you can follow guide 2 to delete ads or unwanted footage which will need re-encoding your video.

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How to convert DVD movie to AVI, MP4, MKV, WMV, MOV, FLV, etc?

December 13, 2009 by   Filed under DVD ripping

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So you have a great DVDs which is amazingly convenient for watching the movie on a TV. Now you want to rip the movie from the disc and email it around so everyone could watch the clip on their PC.

But you might already know that DVD files, even non-encrypted ones like those created by a camcorder, are stored in a proprietary format. Size is another concern: The three-minute video clip was 150MB large, much too big to email around or for web use. Continue reading

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