Notes on Reference Citations - Version 2.71, by Dr. Herong Yang
Transfer of VHS tapes to DVD
'DVD Video (Movie) File Directory Structure' tutorial was cited in a Bleeding Edge Forum post in 2009.
The DVD Video (Movie) File Directory Structure tutorial was cited in a Bleeding Edge Forum post in 2009.
Subject: Transfer of VHS tapes to DVD Date: Sep 07, 2009 Author: anandasim Source: http://bleedingedge.com.au/forum/viewtopic.php?f=28&t=6043 >In the process of transferring my VHS tapes to DVD. > >I've captured the analog data from my VCR & created an MPEG file. > >Is this all I need to do! > >Can I burn this MPEG file to DVD? Will the DVD disk boot-up? Nope. What you will have if you burn the MPEG file to a DVD is a Data DVD with an MPEG file. Some appliance players WILL play the MPEG file (depending on the codec that you used). But that isn't a read Video DVD. A real video DVD has a folder / file structure that is peculiar. You need a program to read the MPEG file, possibly re-encode it and produce the folder and file structure, with a DVD menu. Then that DVD will be a real Video DVD. http://www.dvd-replica.com/DVD/data-2.php http://www.herongyang.com/CD-DVD/DVD-Vi ... cture.html
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