Convert WMV to a DVD
Do you know of any FREE software that converts from .wmvurl==http://=http:///url to . whatever DVD format is? I remember using one before, but forgot? Can someone help?
What do you mean by DRM'd? Its just exporting from Windows Media Player.
Then it isn't DRM'd.
DRM = Digital Rights Management. You know, copy protection?
Oh, its usually in copyrighted material, or others work. Ok, good. So downloading super and converting it to DVD format (The VOB stuff) and use DVD Decrypter to burn, or does SUPER burn too? Thanks for helping!
It could still be DRM'd. You may not notice the effect until the conversion is over though.
I've used DiVXtoDVD in the past, and have ConvertXtoDVD at the moment. They do this kind of thing pretty smoothly.
I think they offered past old versions of DiVXtoDVD for free too. That's how I first tried it.
DVD Flick does it for pretty much any type of video file...
No, SUPER doesn't burn. It just converts from one file format to another. And I completely zoned out about converting to DVD. SUPER will handle the conversion to MPEG2/VOB, but you'll need to author it properly for playback. TMPGEnc[=http//www.tmpgenc.net]TMPGEnc
will handle that for you, the light version 2.x is free.
yes I use convertxdvd as well!
also nerovision works.
[quote8a0a01e46c="dmorris68"]No, SUPER doesn't burn. It just converts from one file format to another. And I completely zoned out about converting to DVD. SUPER will handle the conversion to MPEG2/VOB, but you'll need to author it properly for playback. TMPGEnc[=http//www.tmpgenc.net]TMPGEnc
will handle that for you, the light version 2.x is free.[/quote8a0a01e46c]
This is going to be a long night, lol. Does TMPGEnc ( I remember using it a while ago) do it automatically? If not, does any of the others listed above do?
Thanks for helping me again guys.
Yes, some of those mentioned do it all. Nero Vision is what I use, and it handles transcoding (conversion) as well as DVD authoring (menus, chapters, proper file structure). I've not used the others mentioned but it sounds like they do as well.
SUPER is the open-source king-daddy of 1-to-1 file conversions, but it doesn't handle the extra authoring steps required for DVD's. TMPGEnc handles that for you. You mentioned FREE and those are the freebie standby's.
Well, I am downloading the Nero 7 trial.
It is for 15 days, but I hope it does everything.