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Re: building dvd



2009/11/24 Bill Davidsen <davidsen tmr com>:
> Rajan, S. (Sanya) wrote:
>>
>> Hi François,
>>
>> You could try using Tovid: http://tovid.wikia.com/wiki/Tovid_Wiki
>> It can convert almost any video format and create a DVD from them.
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> Sanya Rajan
>>
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>> [mailto:fedora-list-bounces redhat com] On Behalf Of François Patte
>> Sent: 24 November 2009 04:00 PM
>> To: Community assistance, encouragement,and advice for using Fedora.
>> Subject: building dvd
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>> Bonjour,
>>
>> I use kaffeine to record TV programs.
>>
>> These programs are m2t encoded and I want to be able to burn dvd
>> readable on my dvd machine in my living room.
>>
>> I found devede which seems to be able to do some conversion. But I want
>> to transfer on the dvd all information from the m2t file: all audio
>> tracks and subtitles in order to be able to choose my preferred version:
>> french version or original version with subtitles.
>>
>>
>> What are the soft which can do this, under fedora 10.
>>
> Bad news, FC10 is going unsupported in days.
>
> Good news, dvdstyler is available for FC10 now, I don't remember if I got
> mine for a Fedora repository or elsewhere. It will want a bunch of stuff you
> should have anyway. I've been using it since Oct 6 2006 (install date on my
> oldest machine still up), and have used it up through FC11 without problems.
>
> Recommended.
>
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You may want to have a look at my app - http://sourceforge.net/projects/burn360/

It does have a totally different approach to most similar programs and
is a perl-gtk2 app.

Basically it is a frontend to ffmpeg (transcoding), dvdauthor (for
ripping and creation of dvds)

I initially wrote it because of similar problems

It has a fairly simple list of dependencies which are detailed in the README


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