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.
Okay, thanks for that tip.
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.
MarkLaw19, it gives me great pleasure to be able to inform you for a change
Unlike some other operating systems, Linux is layered. That is, you have the basic OS which can be run without any graphics at all. It's what we do in the terminal emulators. Then you have the desktop environments (KDE, Gnome) or window managers (Openbox, Flux box, etc) which are just graphical layers over that basic command-line stuff. That's why, as long as you have the right libraries, you can run any Gnome program on KDE or Openbox or whatever, and vice versa*. For example, some transcoding applications use ffmpeg, and some use mencoder. Both ffmpeg and mencoder can be run in a terminal. If you like to type, you can do that. But it's much easier with a graphical interface.
So I use the same repositories as you. If you wanted to, you could install KDE on your computer, and then when you log in you'd get a choice of using KDE or Gnome. The applications themselves would not change, but the look of them might, just a little, to integrate better with your KDE theme. If you ever get bored looking at the same desktop, try it. It won't hurt anything--just take up a lot of hard drive space.
*There are minor exceptions. Applications that run in the panels, for example, may not be happy if they're not in their native panel. I once tried running kppp in Gnome, and while I was able to dial, the modem icon didn't know where it should park itself.