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Monday, April 20, 2009

Burning Multiple Videos Onto A Single Disc

1)Program Name: DVDx
License Type: Freeware
Date Added: August 1, 2007
Mirror download DVDx_2_10_setup

DVDx allows you to convert DVD to VCD2.0 or SCVD1.0 or DivX in one step (Including multiplexing, splitting). It produces good quality movies in MPEG1/2 format you don't need to have 5GB or more free on your hard disk and it is simple to use ! You only need program like Ashampoo, Nero etc. to write your VCD/SVCD. DVDx is likely the fastest solution ever to copy a DVD into a DivX file because the DVD reading (and decrypting) is done while encoding to DivX. Recommended to upgrade your DivX codec to latest version.

Platform: 4.3 MB / Windows All
DirectX 9.0 or later

DVDx 2.10 Ultra
Portable DVDx 2.10 Ultra

2) Magic DVD Ripper - Able to compress the DVD from a 4.5GB to 700MB, which fits perfectly in a CD. Speed wise it is not as fast as other DVD compression in the market but with the ability to shrink your DVD to 700MB is a plus point. You can then enjoy them anytime without DVD discs or burn them to blank DVD or CD discs using burning software.

Key Features of Magic DVD Ripper:
Convert DVD to DivX or other AVI formats
Convert DVD to WMV
Convert DVD to MP4 (iPod and PSP formats)
Convert DVD to MP3
Convert DVD to VCD or SVCD
Copy DVD movie to hard drive without any loss of quality
Remove all the restrictions of DVD (CSS, Region, RCE, Sony ARccOS, PuppetLock)
Copy main movie only or split DVD-9 into 2 DVD-5
Compress DVD to fit on a 4.7 GB disc
Very easy to use, just by one click
High ripping speed and wonderful output quality

Producer Page
Free Download (Full function trial, size:3.1 MB)

Download Magic DVD Ripper v5.3 Build 8
Download Magic DVD Ripper v5.4.1

3) Cucusoft Ultimate DVD Video Converter Suite

converts DVD's and videos to play on almost any portable device including iPod, iPod touch, iPod video nano, iPhone, Zune, PSP, video capable MP3 players, video capable mobile phones, and Pocket P.C., etc. Meanwhile, it can also support output almost any audio/video format including Video format(H264, MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, RM, 3GP, flv, SWF, mpeg-1, mpeg-2, VCD, SVCD, DVD, etc.) and Audio format(AC3, AAC, MP2, MP3, MP4, RA, WMA, etc.).

• Video File Converter : DVD/Video files to H264, MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, RM, 3GP, flv, SWF, mpeg1, mpeg2 video files and VideoCD, SuperVideoCD, DVD, …
• DVD Ripper : DVD/Video files to iPods(iPod video, iPod touch, iPod video nano), Zune, PSP, iPhone, Apple TV, PPC, PDA, PS2, PS3, Xbox, Xbox 360, etc.
• Audio File Converter : Convert DVDs/Video to AC3, AAC, MP2, MP3, MP4, RA, WMA, … audio files in DTS and Dolby Surround audio.
• Subtitle Selection and Audio Track Selection.
• Video resize modes : “Keep aspect ratio” and “stretch to fix screen”.
• Crop modes. eg. 16:9, 4:3, full screen, …
• Setup (new) device profiles (own output video file size and video quality).

Download Cucusoft.Ultimate.v7.8.7.6

4) Ashampoo Movie Shrink & Burn

Burning a full movie or a few movies onto a VCD (700 MB), but the quality will be affected. You can define the output size manually and it will automatically compress the movie. Choose “to use with DVDPlayers” adn select “Burn Movies”.
In the next page, select the appropriate encoding (all options are explained on screen) and click NEXT.
Here, you have to select and add the files. The program will automatically compress the selected movies so as to fit them onto a VCD.
(The latest version, 3.x now supports burning Video DVDs too…)

See also ConvertXtoDVD at How do i burn a .mkv file to DVD?
#Burning 2-5 movies onto a single layer DVDR (4.7GB)
See also DVDShrink Use in conjunction with ConvertXtoDVD to compress 8hrs(tested )or more movies to ISO image for burning to a single layer DVDR (4.7GB)

The main RULE when making a file convert to DVD is that you NEVER add more then 4 hours of video to a DVD5 disc.
Original filesize is not critical. Total playing time is.............
You can have 20Gb AVI file that has only 15 minutes of video in it or a 1Gb AVI file that has 180 minutes.
In general -
120 minutes fits without any loss of quality.
180 to 240 minutes - usually no visible loss of quality.
over 240 minutes - some loss, depending on a lot of factors.
These values are for DVD quality original.
HD encodes will always loose quality when converted to DVD

RElated Post : Video FAQ

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Palaboy said...

Thanks for sharing this to us... I can surely use these links to upload some of my favorite movies to my iPhone 3G.

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