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Old 03-30-03, 10:04 AM   #1
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What are you guys using to make your own dvds?

Guys, here is my problem.

In a class i made a small DV film and i now want to put it on dvd. It's in AVI format right now, and i made a dvd using Ulead DVD workshop.

I am really concerned with the audio, as it is in uncompressed PCM format, and i've had problems playing this in some players. I'd really just like to make the audio to dolby 2.0.

What should I do? What programs do you recommend?
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Old 04-03-03, 05:00 PM   #2
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I use Adobe Premiere 6.5 for capturing, editing and encoding, DVDit PE 2.5 to create the DVD (menus and chapters) and the DVD folders, then burn the discs with Prassi.

DVDit can create Dolby 2.0 for you. (or PCM if you want)
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