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Need help on Video Editing, choosing software

By rmdl51
Jul 18, 2009
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  1. Hello! I have recorded several TV shows that I'm willing to edit, mainly I want to cut the commecial ads and create a title before and show begins.

    I have recorded this from a DVD recorder, so all this are finalized as standard DVD, I know how to rip them to my hdd via clone DVD, so I keep the VIDEO_TS folder, however the encription to MPEG takes too long, and since I also want to record again to DVD, what is my best choice to save time ( I have over 50 DVD discs that needs to be edited) and keep the best quality for my final DVD.

    I don't know which software could allow me to use the same origin files, or what options do I have. I would really appreciate your help

    Thank you!
  2. strategic

    strategic TechSpot Paladin Posts: 1,274

    You need to convert the video files to AVI or MPEG to edit frames, then copy to DVD afterwards to the original DVD format. I use CyberLink PowerDVD, there is most likely better software, that.s what came with my PC and it does the job pretty good.
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