What program to use to encode tivo file to dvd compliant specs? NOT MYDVD!

Discussion in 'TiVo Home Media Features & TiVoToGo' started by Denvers Dawgs, Jan 21, 2006.

  1. Denvers Dawgs

    Denvers Dawgs New Member

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    What Mpeg encoder do you use, or should I use to make the TiVo Mpeg files dvd compliant.

    PLEASE DON"T SAY MYDVD, BEEN DOWN THAT ROAD AND NOT GOING THERE AGAIN!!
     
  2. classicsat

    classicsat Astute User

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    NeroVision Express.
     
  3. Denvers Dawgs

    Denvers Dawgs New Member

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    Is that just an encoder. Because I do all my editing with TMPGEnc Dvd author?
     
  4. wgary

    wgary New Member

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    I think I read one time that are programs that make the files generic mpeg. You can then use whatever program you want. Search for DirectShow Dump.
     
  5. Denvers Dawgs

    Denvers Dawgs New Member

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    already use directshow dump. but TiVo's mpeg files are not dvd compliant. 480x480 isn't a dvd standard so when I put the dvd into my dvd player the video is off centered. That is why I asked for an encoder (MYdvd does this fir you that's why it takes so long, it is encoding the file to dvd specs).
     
  6. wgary

    wgary New Member

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    I have used: Cyberlink, Nero, Sonic, even MovieMaker (free with Windows). All worked OK for me, but I prefer Cyberlink. Most have a trial version that you can try out.
     
  7. ferreter

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    TMPG Encoder will do what you want. You just pick something like "DVD MPG file" during the wizard.
     
  8. cpucrash0

    cpucrash0 Premium Member

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    What About Winavi? It's really fast.
     

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