I have several finished premiere projects(premiere 6.0)that I have made into avi files, but I want to put them on dvd rather than tape. What program can I use to convert the files to vob,ifo,or bup files so I can burn them to dvd using nero. A friend told me nero can convert the files but I don’t think it can. If anyone can help me I would really appreciate it.
I wish some expert would have posted the answer. I have the EXACT same question. So far all I can come up with is a 3 step process. And the 3 step process seems can only be done by cucusoft programs.
1. Convert AVI to MPEG2
2. Convert MPEG2 to ifo
3. Burn ifo with Nero
That could also be a 2 step process if you have the cucusoft dvd burner. I think their burner burns MPEG2 straight to DVD.
Some expert PLEASE HELP!! Preferably suggesting WIN software on the GNU.
Hi, maybe you can try WinAVI Video Converter which can do the job as you demanded. You can get it from http://www.winavi.com/video-converter.htm
look just use dvdsanta.it does exactly wat u want.trust me use it
I’m trying to use Cucusofts mpeg>.vob tool. I dont see option for .ifo files.
Anyway, each time I try it on an mpeg2 movie, at completion I end up with video_ts folder, and the .vob file, but size shows 0kb, which of course then wont open with any application.
How to convert avi to vob.
This guide is for people who just wants to convert avi.files to vob.files and burn them onto a DVD and thatâ€™s it, not mess around with re-authoring films and all that carry on.
I put this step by step guide together because I found it hard to find out how to convert avi.files to vob.files, I could never find a straight forward answer for what I wanted to do, so if all your interested in doing is getting an avi.file and putting it on to a DVD to watch on your DVD player or play station then read on.
The first thing you should do is go to this site
http://www.vso-software.fr/download.php?ap=avangate&aid=987 and download the â€śConvert x To DVDâ€ť software, they have a trial option which you can download but the trouble with this is it will leave the companies name as a watermark on your film so I would recommend buying the software. Then install the software, if you donâ€™t know how to do this then double click on the .exe file and follow the instructions.
Next once you have the software go through the settings to what you want the software to do.
This is how I have my settings and I donâ€™t have a problem, it works perfectly for me and seems to play on anything I put the DVD in.
Firstly create a new folder in â€śMy Documentsâ€ť or wherever you want the software to put the vob files and call it lets say â€śconvert-x-to-dvdâ€ť.
Right now letâ€™s have a look at the settings, this is based on the softwareâ€™s version 2.1.14 (This is the one I use) but I canâ€™t imagine any updates of this software will be much different. Go to the â€śsettingsâ€ť tab and click it, then click the â€śgeneralâ€ť tab, under the â€śworking folderâ€ť browse to the folder you have just create in â€śMy Documentsâ€ť and click OK, all the options under that I have them un-ticked. Then select the â€śThemeâ€ť you want.
Next go to the â€ślanguageâ€ť tab and choose your language.
Then go to the â€śChaptersâ€ť tab, both of my options are already ticked by default, the 1st option is â€śInsert Chapter Everyâ€ť mine is set at 05:00 the next option is â€śFor Videos Long Thanâ€ť mine is set at 15:00. But I have never touched these.
Next go to the â€śMenuâ€ť tab, the 1st four options on mine are all un-ticked, then under the â€śDefault Titleâ€ť Iâ€™ve just got mine as DVD, you can change this to the name of the film if you wanted but you must remember to change this each time you burn a different film otherwise all your films will be call the same thing this is why I have mine as DVD in case I forget to change it. Next you choose a background picture if you wanted to, you can choose say a picture of a film poster or even a picture of yourself! But this will only show on your DVD if you have the â€śInclude Menuâ€ť tick which you can play around with later. Next â€śMax Entries Per Pageâ€ť donâ€™t know what this means but mine is set to 4, Next â€śFont Type and Colorâ€ť again Iâ€™ve never played with these but you can later if you want to.
Next go to the â€śEncodingâ€ť tab, the 1st option is â€śLog Engine Massagesâ€ť this is un-ticked, next â€śEncoding Quality/Speedâ€ť Mine is set to â€śHigh quality / Slow Encodingâ€ť then â€śTarget Sizeâ€ť mine is set to DVD-5 (4400mb), next the â€śConversion Priorityâ€ť mine is set at â€śNormalâ€ť.
Next the â€śAudioâ€ť tab, under the â€śDefault Languageâ€ť mine is set to â€śUnspecifiedâ€ť then under â€śAudio formatâ€ť select â€śAutomaticâ€ť, under that you see â€śAutomatically adjust sound level â€“ Max. Gain 18dbâ€ť mine is un-ticked and all other options under that are un-ticked.
Next go to the â€śSubtitlesâ€ť tab and again the â€śDefault Languageâ€ť is set to â€śUnspecifiedâ€ť and the â€śAuto-select default subtitleâ€ť is ticked.
Next the â€śBurningâ€ť tab, the 1st option is â€śBurn Result To Dvdâ€ť this will burn the vob files straight to a DVD for you when it has finished converting. All the options under this on mine are all un-ticked but you can choose want you want the software to do for you.
Next the â€śTV Formatâ€ť tab, under â€śVideo Standardâ€ť I wouldnâ€™t recommend choosing â€śAutomaticâ€ť because I had some problems with this, I live in the UK so I picked â€śPAL (Europe)â€ť but if you live out of Europe then I would choose â€śNTSCâ€ť, I would also recommend reading a bit about this and find out what the differenceâ€™s are between â€śPAL & NTSCâ€ť because I donâ€™t know anything about these. Next is the â€śTV Screenâ€ť again I had problems when I left it on â€śAutomaticâ€ť so I just leave mine set on the â€ś4:3 Fullscreenâ€ť option.
Right, now you have set your settings you want, click OK.
Just check that under the â€śWindowsâ€ť tab along the top has the â€śinformationâ€ť & â€ślogâ€ť options ticked so that if anything goes wrong for whatever reason it will tell you why.
Now your ready to convert them avi.files, go get your blank DVD and put it into your pc then click on the â€śfileâ€ť tab along the top and click on â€śadd video fileâ€ť and browse to where you have saved the avi.file you want to convert.
Then simply click the convert button and away it goes, it will recognise that you have put a blank DVD in your pc and will burn the film as soon as it has finished converting.
When you want to burn avi.files in the future you donâ€™t have to mess around with the settings, just â€śadd video fileâ€ť and click convert! The way I have set mine up, I donâ€™t have to play with any setting and it works great. The quality and sound are perfect but the avi.file must be of good quality and sound in the 1st place otherwise youâ€™ll get the same output when itâ€™s converted.
I hope this helps people, as I couldnâ€™t find anything like this when I have looking for information.
Convert X To DVD site - http://www.vso-software.fr/download.php?ap=avangate&aid=987
I aint no wiz kid
Thanks mate your info is very much appreciated my friend...
The difference between Genius and stupidity is that Genius has its Limits.. :D
You need a dvd burner program, like toast or nero.
Anyone ever try DVDFlik? Ffreeware. I have converted every danged ACI file to DVD files 'cept one. Program doesn’t recognize this particular avi file as having “any useable video”. Dunno why. The AVI file is perfect.
every where its only given about burning to a cd or dvd. is there a softwre to convert it to .vob format so that it can be played on t.v via USB
i want convert avi to dvd file
Actually it can. I usually burn avi files to DVD to save my computer space. Btw, if you are using Windows 7, Windows DVD Maker might work.