All i do was to convert all videos to avi with video format xvid and audio format mp3. To convert i use avidemux
MarkLaw19 wrote:Well, you must be working with video files MKV format, or any H264 format. I found this format to have problems with AVIdemux, for this sort of video formats, i use openshot to convert it to avi with xvid and mp3...
MarkLaw19 wrote:Just to let you know, in openshot there is no xvid video codec, only mpeg2 or mpeg4, so you can try msmpeg4 or other msmpeg4 codecs to see which works for your DVD Player, but then i'm not sure about kdenlive so i guess you should do some experimenting to see which works for you.
LindseyD. wrote:I've also learned that DVD players differ, so what works on mine won't necessarily work on someone else's machine. Since I embarked on this project in order to produce a DVD for a friend, the whole thing may be an exercise in futility. Oh well, at least I'll have my videos backed up.
MarkLaw19 wrote: i guess you should make a DVD playable by any DVD Players, the original MPEG DVD. Though it requires plenty of DVD s than normal AVI DVD s but it provides a better compatibility to all DVD Players and that it gives better quality than normal DVD s.
MarkLaw19 wrote:Such softwares for creating DVD are DeVeDe and DVD Styler. Both are great for DVD production but then i'm not sure that it is available in KDE repositories.
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