MPEG1 & 2 Direct to DVD

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      AvatarTommyknocker
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      Just so I understand, I may burn my playable DVD complete with menus, etc. I also then burn a separate DVD storing the DVD file as a data file, essentially. I should then be able to pull this file back into an editor as an MPEG. Is this correct?

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      AvatarTommyknocker
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      In a word, yes. If you use a program, for example, like Ulead Video Studio 7, you load your captured video into the program, and instruct it to make your DVD. Before it does it authors a mpeg-2 DVD format file from your original video and then goes on to burn your DVD. So at the end, you have a DVD, a MPEG-2 DVD file, and your original captured video. The MPEG DVD file has all your subtitles, special effects transitions, etc., so you can archive this for later use.

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      Avatarlenscrafter
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      Can somebody please name a great authoring program that can be used for both MAC and PC?

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