[Matroska-general] Re: Your Matroska to DVD guide
steve.lhomme at free.fr
Tue Jan 2 10:42:52 CET 2007
Christian HJ Wiesner wrote:
> Hi matroska Team,
> i'd like to change our website directory structure from
> www.matroska.org\data\technical\guides\dvd\santa (where the existing
> Guide should be copied to)
> and then, over time, try to add Afonic's X-to-DVD Guide and a general
> DVD conversion landing page, linking to the individual Guides.
> Comments please
I'm fine with that. You might also look at VLC to reencode files to
MPEG2 and then use a DVD tool to make nice .VOB files
> matroska project admin
> Afonic schrieb:
>> I am Iosif, creator of www.dvd-guides.com website and I want to
>> comment your MKV to DVD Conversion Guide as found in
>> Let me start by saying that I really love matroska container as it has
>> all the feature the advanced video user wants!
>> Back on the subject now I want to bring to your attention that
>> DVDSanta is probably one of the worst programs to do this guide for,
>> especially since its in Matroska's official portal.
>> Let me explain. I have done a guide for DVDSanta some time ago which
>> you call still find here:
>> The problem with it is that development is practically finished as
>> from version 3.0 you can see in my site they jumped directly to the
>> 4.0 one in your the only change is subtitle support. There are loads
>> of bugs still there (search in any forum to find out), they never
>> answer support calls (I asked them stuff many times on behalf of my
>> users but never replied).
>> If you ask me, they are practically closed or this is their 3rd job
>> and keep an eye from time to time. Your emails are not stuck in some
>> support guy, they are just never read trust me.
>> It is also quite weird to offer this guide to the users adding that
>> you cannot add all the audio tracks and that dvdSanta does not support
>> MKV by default.
>> IMHO the very best solution is to add another guide for ConvertXToDVD.
>> Native MKV support, adds both audio channels and is well supported by
>> a well known company.
>> Please feel free to use stuff from my guide if you want, it is located
>> I release all my guides under the Creative Commons
>> Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 License.
>> Thanks for your time,
>> Iosif Chatzimichail
>> afonic at gmail.com
>> webmaster at dvd-guides.com
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