need a recommendation

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by MauiJNP, Jan 1, 2005.

  1. MauiJNP

    MauiJNP Guest

    I have a problem. I record to DVD-rw's so that I can edit out the
    commericals (there is no editing on dvd-r's, right?). Then, when the
    commericals are edited out, I want to put that DVDrw into one of my
    computer's dvd drives so that I can copy it, as is, onto a regular DVDr.
    That way, I get the show without commericals and can reuse my dvdrws over
    and over again. Does anyone have any idea of a program I can use just to
    copy the dvd-rws onto dvdrs? My computer has two drives, one dvd drive and
    one dvd burner drive. I am using Microsoft XP. Thanks again.

    Or, my Dad suggested I maybe get a hard drive recorder instead so I just use
    that to save stuff, then edit it there before burning it to dvd-rs. That
    way, I eliminate a step of having dvd-rws. Does anyone know of any good
    priced hard drive recorder? I don't need to record a ton of stuff at a time
    to the hard drive, just a few hours a day (2-3 on average) so even a 20 hour
    drive (if they make one) would be good enough. Thanks.
    MauiJNP, Jan 1, 2005
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    Gnu_Raiz Guest

    On Sat, 01 Jan 2005 13:13:43 -0500, MauiJNP wrote:

    > I have a problem. I record to DVD-rw's so that I can edit out the
    > commericals (there is no editing on dvd-r's, right?). Then, when the
    > commericals are edited out, I want to put that DVDrw into one of my
    > computer's dvd drives so that I can copy it, as is, onto a regular DVDr.
    > That way, I get the show without commericals and can reuse my dvdrws over
    > and over again. Does anyone have any idea of a program I can use just to
    > copy the dvd-rws onto dvdrs? My computer has two drives, one dvd drive and
    > one dvd burner drive. I am using Microsoft XP. Thanks again.
    >
    > Or, my Dad suggested I maybe get a hard drive recorder instead so I just use
    > that to save stuff, then edit it there before burning it to dvd-rs. That
    > way, I eliminate a step of having dvd-rws. Does anyone know of any good
    > priced hard drive recorder? I don't need to record a ton of stuff at a time
    > to the hard drive, just a few hours a day (2-3 on average) so even a 20 hour
    > drive (if they make one) would be good enough. Thanks.


    You need to take a look at http://www.videohelp.com/guides and choose the
    proper one for your needs. The short answer is to copy your Audio_TS
    Video_TS folders to the new media and burn with your favorite application.

    Gnu_Raiz
    Gnu_Raiz, Jan 2, 2005
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