convertxtodvd.pngConvertXtoDVD is a well known, award winning dvd authoring software that makes it easy for you to convert any video file in DVD format,add subtitles, create personalized menus and add effects to your videos. A new version has been released and new features have been added whereas ConvertXtoDVD also supports Windows Vista and multi-core processors. Video formats supported: avi, divx, xvid, mov, mkv, flv, mpeg-1, mpeg-2, mpeg-4, nsv, dvr-ms, tivo, ts, ifo, vob, asf, wmv, realmedia, rm, rmvb, ogm, existing files from digital camcorders, TV/Sat, capture cards, etc. No external codecs needed like avi codec download. You can free download ConvertXtoDVD or buy ConvertXtoDVD . Just install it and run it so that we can move on with the rest of the guide!

**Note: If you want to download ConvertXtoDVD menu templates take a look at the end of this guide.

Add your video files

First you must load the video files you want to convert to a DVD so that you can watch them on any standalone DVD player. Simply click on the green cross to add your videos (1).

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ConvertXtoDVD will automatically create a DVD menu and each video file will become a separate titleset (1). Since a DVD disk has certain space the more files you add the worst the quality of the final DVD will be since ConvertXtoDVD will encode them to fit in a single disk. Therefore you can have a look at the "Conversion advisor" (2) to see what the quality will be. For about 1h 30m of video quality will be excellent. For less than 3h you will have pretty good quality. You can watch the movie without any problems.

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If you expand the "DVD Options" you can customize the DVD Template, play videos one after another, rename your DVD and choose the text style you like. For more information on how to customize your menu template take a look at the end of this guide in the Tips & Tricks.

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ConvertXtoDVD comes with some very good templates which you can see by double clicking on the Template option (1).

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In the next screenshot you can see the font adjustments available which appear if you double click on the "Menu text style editor".

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Titleset Options

In the DVD menu you can also add thumbnails of each titleset for easier and faster access to them. By default the thumbnail will be taken from the first frame of each video. However you can change it (1).

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You can also add subtitles to each titleset. If you had the subtitles in the same folder with each video file and they also have the same name they will be automatically inserted, you should see something like (1 stream) (1). If you don't right click on the "Subtitle (0 stream)" and browse to where you keep them.

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A preview window is available by clicking on the preview button (1).

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General Settings

You can access more settings by clicking on Settings -> General. The following window will appear.

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Here in the "General" tab you can change the location where all DVD files will be placed (1). Be sure that you have many GBs of free space.

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In the "Chapters" tab you can create Chapters in each Titleset for easier browsing them. Default value is 5 minutes (1).

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Next in "the TV Format" you can select between PAL (for Europe) and NTSC (for US and Asia) (1), as well as adjust the video resolution (2) just in case you want to do this. Default values are ok however.

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In the "Encoding" tab you can adjust Encoding Quality/Speed (1). Better quality means worst encoding speed. You choose. You can also select the size of the DVD disk you are going to use, such as DVD-5 or DVD-9 (2).

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In the "Burning" tab you can select your DVD disk speed (1) as well as some other options. Speed of 4x is advised for better results.

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Convert it!

When you are ready just click on the Convert button and sit back will ConvertXtoDVD encodes your new DVD!

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After a while you will be prompted to insert a blank DVD disk in your DVD burner and the burn process will start.

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Tips & Tricks

Animated DVD menu with Music


Now ConvertXtoDVD allows you to create an animated DVD menu and even add music to it! When you select a Template you can click on the + next to "Title Menu parameters" to see what items you can customize for the Title Menu. Some templates have more or less customizable items. Here you can change the title text, Background video and background audio (1) in Title menu. If you use a title that is to long you will see that the green circle (2) will become red. So be careful!

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Under each video file you added there is a section called "Menu parameters" (1). Here you can define the settings related to the menu for each video file you added. You can edit the text for titles, edit the action buttons that are displayed in the menus and finally you can have a video and/or audio playing in the background.

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If you double click on the Background video and Background audio you can select to "Use a custom file" (1), specify at what time in the video file you want the sequence to start from (2) and you can also apply a transparancy effect for your video (3). The values should be between 0 = transparent and 255 = opaque. At the end of  this convertxtodvd guide you can find some animated videos which you can download and use as background video in current templates.

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Merge video files


With ConvertXtoDVD you can also merge different video files. Add the first video file you want and right click on it to select "Merge more files to this titleset" (1) or alternatively click on the merge icon on the right side of the window (2).

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In the "Titleset content editor" window that will appear click on the video tape icon (1) to merge a file to it. ConvertXtoDVD will join these two files into one removing any playback gap you could have had if you played them separatelly.

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The new file will appear next to the first one. In case you have addition subtitles you can add them in the same way. Again remember that if the subtitle file has the same name with the video file it will be automatically imported. When you are finished press the OK button. Imagine this window as a timeline going from left to right.

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Now when you return to the main window if you click on "File set" (1) you will see a list of all the files that will be converted! Click on Convert and let the program do the rest for you.

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Extra Templates

In the links below you can find three bonus menu templates for using with ConvertXtoDVD!


In the links below you can download animated videos which can be used as background videos in your DVDs. After looking at the previews click on the name of the video, then select either Pal or NTSC, then right click on the link and select Save target as and the download will begin. You can play the file with Windows Media Player or VLC for example.
 
**Note: The downloads are in DVD format and therefore in better quality than the preview provided here:


If you liked this dvd authoring tool, ConvertXtoDVD I mean!, you can free download ConvertXtoDVD or buy ConvertXtoDVD !

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can be better??
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I have the full version, only problem =...

How can i IMPROVE my downloaded (AVI) vids, The Quality??

that can not done by this program, i think not any program can fix my avi quality??

mail me if you have an answer..
samenmetjou@hotmail.com
greetz... A
andre , August 07, 2008
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axel
Hey andre, you can try virtualdub. It has some filters, such as shapen, that could enhance your video qualiy.

I have written a guide about virtualdub. Take a look at it here to get a hint:
http://www.my-guides.net/en/content/view/99/26/

If you succeed drop me a line. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , August 08, 2008
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For some odd reason i can't burn DVDs into ConvertXtoDVD ...why is that?
Jenifer , August 20, 2008
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axel
Do you get any error message? You may also take a look here:

http://forums.vso-software.fr/...-t123.html
axel , August 20, 2008
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no.but when i put a dvd into the computer ..and try to burn it i can't because the button where it says burn is grayed and i can't click on it..the first time i used this program it burned on my CD
Jenifer , August 21, 2008
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axel
Here is what I found on VSO's site:

http://www.vso-software.fr/faq.php#technical-11

If your burner is recognized by the software, but you cannot click on the burn button that is because your burner does not recognize the media that is inserted in the drive, or it will not accept to burn onto that disc (because it is not blank). If the disc is blank, make sure that it is the type of disc required for your project (CD if you are trying to burn an audio CD, DVD if you are trying to burn video, etc). It can be that the burner simply does not like that type of disc, try another type or brand of media. Making sure DMA mode is activated and that you are using the latest firmware available will increase the compatibility of your burner with various media (see manufacturer's website).
axel , August 29, 2008
Templates?
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Do you know guys where to download more templates for this?
Kinda like to be more creative with my dvd right now..
isclife , September 17, 2008
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if the file is an image file, can it still be burned to a dvd using ConvertXtoDVD? i want to use this program because it can support subtitles. i usually use nero for an image file but nero does not support subtitles.
ivory606 , September 24, 2008
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axel
As far as I can see ConvertXtoDVD doesn't have .iso among its supported formats. But what if you mounted .iso with a program like deamon tools and then try to burn it with ConvertXtoDVD? Or use winrar to extract its files first? Just two ideas..
axel , September 27, 2008
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My DVD player can only play music and sound from burnt dvd-r, but no video, I need help.
Peter , November 02, 2008
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axel
The first thing I can think of is whether you have chosen the correct TV format e.g. PAL if you are in Europe and NTSC for USA and Asia.
axel , November 04, 2008
finilize
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after converting it finilizes and it sould take up to 5 minutes , but it's already taking up almost 1 hour, what is wrong?
scorpio , November 05, 2008
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axel
Sorry, no clue about that. smilies/sad.gif
axel , November 11, 2008
compatibility
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is this software useable with vista home premium?
neil , November 14, 2008
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axel
"Optimized for Windows XP / Vista 32bits and 64bits" this is what its site says. So it must be. smilies/cheesy.gif
axel , November 14, 2008
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axel
ConvertXtoDVD 3.3 was released. It fixes many bugs. Download ConvertXtoDVD.
axel , November 28, 2008
How ?
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after converting the video to an iso file and before burning it on a DVD, how can I make this software convert the same iso onto more than one DVD ?
please, please, please, answer me, I need this
Question , December 06, 2008
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axel
You can either choose not to burn the iso immediately and burn it yourself with another program as many times as you want or you can choose not to delete the files after the first burn is completed.
axel , December 11, 2008
how do i convert without a menu being added to my title?
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I want to convert the main title without having a menu added to the final copy?
Kreator , December 27, 2008
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axel
Hi Kreator,

after you load the video you want click on the Template Now used. Scroll down a little and you will find a template named "No menu". Select it and click the green tick. This should do what you want. smilies/wink.gif
axel , December 27, 2008
burn multiple converted files on 1 dvd
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anyone please help

Please show me how to burn more than 1 converted video file(I've used ConvertXtoDVD) saved on my hard disk to a single dvd, because I dont want to waste a 4.7g blank dvd on a video file that lesser than 1g. Please help .....
bemap , January 04, 2009
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axel
You can add as many video files as you want by pressing the green cross. Take a look at the second screenshot of this guide. I have added 3 video files.
axel , January 06, 2009
Can't play titles sequentially
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hi Axel! I need your help! I am using latest version and I am trying to author a DVD with 20 titles making them play sequentially. (all checked except loop playback and return to title menu which I left unchecked) DVD only plays sequentially if I let it play all the way through). Otherwise each title will return to menu at end of play
valmir144 , January 13, 2009
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axel
Hey valmir144.

After you press the Convert settings can you take a look at the log window which is at the bottom? You should find "Menu settings". Are those settings the same with the ones you told me in your post?
axel , January 13, 2009
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yes axel, they remain the same. The weird part is that even when I authored the same DVD without menu, all titles returned to title one unless you let the DVD play through without ever pressing next, previous or even rewind, ffwrd. I am dying here to get them play as I want. As a newbie I don't know what else to do. I tried in DVDRemake to get all titles into just one but I got a "different destination stream" error for some of the tiles as it's a compilation from different DVDs. I guess the best solution would be for VSO to create a "play all" button or something. Thanks for your prompt reply!
valmir144 , January 14, 2009
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axel
Are you playing the DVD in a DVD player or in your computer? I just created a DVD and tried it in SMplayer and VLC. SMPlayer played the files one after the other. VLC also played the titles sequentially. It just showed an image of the next title (not the root menu). Maybe there is a setting in your DVD player, I don't know.
axel , January 15, 2009
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Maybe it has to do with the type of menu template I chose: video wall. I am using Sony DVP-CX777ES 400-disc player. Axel, can I find out there any website or an individual who can teach me how to do a few DVD authoring things for a fee? Can you do that? My email is: valterdemiranda@hotmail.com
I think I need a dedicated teacher, I tried to add a play all button to this project using pgcedit but I got lost along the way.
valmir144 , January 15, 2009
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axel
Sorry man, I don't have much free time lately. But google is always your best friend. smilies/wink.gif

You can try a different template and test the iso in a dvd player in your pc first so that you don't have to burn a dvd each time.
axel , January 15, 2009
subtitles?
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The description of the subtitle option did not seem clear to me. Do they get added in a "hard" way? Or is there a way to make an option for the dvd that would allow to switch them on/off?
Thank you.
Akhe , January 16, 2009
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axel
Hey Akhe, the subtitles aren't hardcoded. You can set them on/off through your remote control as with any other dvd you buy. You can also have more than one subtitles if you wish.

Why don't you free donwnload ConvertXtoDVD and make your own tests. smilies/wink.gif
axel , January 16, 2009
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Lets say i'm using a dual layer DVD. Since the amount of storage is double that of a single layer, wouldnt the quality increase dramatically due to high level of storage.
Andrew , January 23, 2009
help please
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Hello!!! i need some help to do something...
every time i need to change the "Menu text style editor" from the default settings to my own settings (like colour, background, size etc..etc...) so i change what i want and click on "add new style"... create my dvd and close the program... when i open the convertxtodvd again, that style is gone and only have the "title", "caption" and "small caption" styles...and i need to change all again and again every time i start the program...
how can i sace my own style???
thanks!!!
Assesino , January 23, 2009
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axel
Andrew,
the quality of the DVD depends on the video you are going to author. If it's an avi with not so good quality convertxtodvd won't enhance its quality. Of course if your initial video has pretty good quality and it was going to lose it because of the compression in order to fit in a DVD5 now it won't. I hope I was clear. :/

Assesino,
You are right about this. It must be a bug. I will contact VSO and let them know in order to fix it. Thanks. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , January 24, 2009
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so in the case where i would be loosing quality due too high quality avi, if i used a dual layer dvd would i keep the quality of the avi because of the 8 gigabite storage. it says whenever i put a movie onto the program it always only says good quality but when i tweaked the settings to say dvd-9 the quality increases to excellent. is it that much of a significantr?
Andrew , January 25, 2009
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axel
Yes you are right. I think the best way is to test it yourself is to create a DVD using both DVD5 and DVD9. Then don't burn it. Instead watch it using a DVD player such as VLC and check how it looks like. Maybe the loss in quality isn't that big to spend more money for a DVD9. It always depends on what your needs are.
axel , January 26, 2009
little problem
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hi.
when im creating my video and audio menu it stops after 5 seconds and loops back over on itself is there any how i can make this longer.......please 5 secs is not enough
bdk , January 26, 2009
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axel
I didn't understand when exactly it loops back. Could you please give me more info?
axel , January 27, 2009
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axel
Assesino,
I have contacted VSO and they have made a bug report to the developers. You can take a look at it here http://bugs.vso-software.fr/view.php?id=2555. But you need to subscribe first.

I will inform you here if the bug is closed. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , January 27, 2009
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thank you for your reply axel....when i put the dvd in my player the start menu come up the audio file and the video file start from where i asked it to begin and i see my various films on menu . if you let it run after 5ish seconds the video and audio stop sunndenly ...holds for a second then goes back too the start and keeps looping over??????? can i make this loop longer or turn it off at all.......thank you very much
bdk , January 27, 2009
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axel
Ah, you meant the final DVD disk. I guess your video file's duration is more than 5 secs right? In DVD options do you have "Loop playback" enabled? If so disable it and try again to see what happens.

You don't have to burn the ISO, just play it with VLC or another DVD player from the Video_TS folder.
axel , January 28, 2009
Problems to legend.
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I don´t speak Inglesh fine. when I'm downloading a movie with subtitles already imbutida to run on dvd, the speech comes before the image, the lengenda come before, what can be happening?
ANGELO - Brazil , February 25, 2009
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axel
Hi Angelo,

do you mean that you download a movie with external subtitles and when you convert it with convertxtodvd the audio and video are not playing well together? If you play this movie with a video player in your computer are the subtitles and audio ok?
axel , February 26, 2009
subtitles
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even the movies that already comes with the caption imbutidos, one does not follow the other, to move to the program ConvertXtoDVD, where the caption comes before the scene, to watch the movie already on dvd. I did test with two dvds I recorded and had no success.
ANGELO - Brazil , February 27, 2009
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Hello
I want to convert a movie without any extra menus added by convertxtodvd. I want the movie to display its own menu. Do I select NO MENU.. and leave all boxes unchecked in DVD MENU LABELS section?
Thanks
Frank , February 27, 2009
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axel
Angelo,
sorry I don't have this kind of problem and haven't faced it before. smilies/sad.gif

Frank,
you have the movie ripped in .avi format, right? .avi doesn't include any menu. Maybe I didn't quite understand what you mean.
axel , March 01, 2009
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i'm having some problem with the dvd. after burning is complete, when i put the dvd on my dvd-rom again to see if the movie is ok, all i get is that the dvd-rom tries to read the disc as if it can't recognized anything. i'm not sure what went wrong during the conversion or there's any problem with my settings?
Jud , March 02, 2009
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axel
Angelo try this as well. Redo the conversion wit the options "Burn result to DVD" and/or "Delete folder after successful burn" unchecked. Use the latest VLC to check if there are synchronization problems. If there are check "Don't check/fix audio discontinuities" (in settings under "Audio" tab) redo the conversion and see if the result is any better. At least this way you won't burn DVDs that don't work. Also just to be sure download the latest version of convertxtodvd

Jud,
If you can't browse the files of the dvd in your computer it's a burning problem.
Are your burning the disk using the full speed of your dvd writer? I read that many people burn their dvds using half the max speed they support, e.g. burn 16x media at x8.0 max.
axel , March 02, 2009
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i'm burning only at 4x. smilies/sad.gif
Jud , March 02, 2009
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axel
I am also burning at 4x without problem. :/

Have you tried another type of dvd disk? Generally if you burn data on those dvd can you read them? Have you tried to view the output with VLC before burning it to a dvd?
axel , March 03, 2009
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thank for try help me.
ANGELO - Brazil , March 03, 2009
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axel
You are welcome Angelo. If you find out what was the problem drop me a comment here. It might help others as well. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , March 04, 2009
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i'm using philips dvd-r. i tried burning the same movie at work (i'm also using the same philips dvd-r) and i have no problem.

sorry, what's a VLC? i tried viewing the output with WMP and it's ok.

i know this is off topic, i just want to know the difference between a dvd+r and dvd-r. does this have any effect on the quality of the video that i am burning?
Jud , March 05, 2009
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axel
If you had no problems with the same movie and dvd disk in your work then your dvd writer might be problematic. Have you tried burning a simple data dvd with it?

VLC is a media player. Since you use WMP and the output is ok no prob.

DVD-R and DVD+R are supported from different companies. DVD-R is oldest and for this reason if you have an old DVD player it might work better with DVD-R disks. DVD+R has a more robust error management system than DVD-R which means fewer unusable or damaged dvds. Apart from that, it doesn't have any effect on the quality of your video. I hope you got a clue now. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , March 05, 2009
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yup. i tried burning data files and it's ok.

thanks for differentiating dvd-r from dvd+r. i guess i have to go with dvd+r. =)

i think i've found something after reading your post, i'm not sure if my dvd writer can support dvd-r disc. when i burn data files, i'm using a dvd+r disc. maybe this is the reason why my recording failed?

some online friends told me that dvd+r are better for data files while dvd-r are better for videos, i guess they're wrong. smilies/grin.gif
Jud , March 06, 2009
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axel
If you have an old dvd writer it might not support dvd-r disks. The new ones support both formats.

I don't know if dvd+r are better for data. I just haven't heard this before. I can't say if its true. With dvd-r I don't have problems with both video and data.

Anyway, if you try a dvd+r for your movie let me know the result. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , March 06, 2009
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ok. thanks for your help. smilies/smiley.gif
Jud , March 06, 2009
Time of backgound music
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Hi, When I ad a music file to the background it only plays for about 15 seconds and then starts again... Is it be possible to extend the playing time of the background music?

Many thanks
RICK , March 15, 2009
no audio on player !!!!!!!!
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hey axel thnxx for the useful tutorial smilies/smiley.gifi have used ur tut to burn american pie 1,2 onto a single dvd and tried on my player found the audio was good but video clarity not upto the mark so i tried burning ap3 onto a single dvd and the video is perfect but i get no audio stream when i play it on my dvd plaer when i try playing the vob file on ma pc with vlc the audio is fine but starngely i hear no sound from my tv.any solutions????!!!!
adhithya , March 15, 2009
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axel
Rick,
I'll have a look and reply to you soon.

adhithya,

Since you had audio in ap1 and 2 but not in 3 that's really strange! Are all 3 files encoded with the same Audio codec? You can check this with gspot

Which ConvertXtoDVD version are you using? Just in case download convertxtovd latest version. There are some DTS and AC3 audio issues fixed in the latest version.

Another advise I can give you is not to burn in more than 4x speed.

Regarding quality try not to put more than 160minutes of video in a single DVD rom.
axel , March 15, 2009
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axel
Rick,

By default ConvertXtoDVD doesn't support more than 15-20 seconds of audio playback in the menus. The duration depends on each template.

You can bypass this by modifying the .ini file of a template if you really want it.

How to Change Menu Duration Times
axel , March 15, 2009
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Hi Axel,
Many thanks. I'll check the procedure and see if it's worth the efford.

Brgds smilies/smiley.gif
RICK , March 16, 2009
Need a little help with subtitles here....
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Hi everyone. Thanks to you now i know how to create my owns dvds. Just a question: I add subtitles to a movie, they working fine. But when i select no subtitles on the dvdmenu they still there on my tv screen. What can i do? Sometimes i need th subs but sometimes i dont. Please some help, anyone?
Roberto. , March 17, 2009
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axel
Hi Roberto. Have you tried switching on/off the subtitles from your remote control? There should be a button for this.

Just in case download convertxtovd latest version and check if this bug has been solved.
axel , March 18, 2009
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hi! i'm posting again to say that i have burned a successful dvd. this time i use dvd+r and it works. i guess my writer doesn't recognize dvd-r. smilies/smiley.gif smilies/smiley.gif smilies/smiley.gif

anyway, can i ask more questions? smilies/smiley.gif am not sure how to explain this. my screen resolution is 1280 x 800. when i tried viewing what i have on disc the resolution is only around 700 x 350 though the source video is also with the same resolution (700x350 more or less) but the source video is an .avi file. when i opened the source video and watch it on full scrren, the video occupies most of my screen but with the dvd, it only occupies the center of my screen (probably around 6"x4"). has this something to do with the video resolution that i have chosen before VSO converts avi file to dvd? what should i do if i want the video on my dvd to have the same resolution as my screen or the same as the avi file (when in full screen)?

thanks in advance.
Jud , March 22, 2009
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axel
Heh, so dvd-r was the problem. smilies/cheesy.gif

Open Settings -> TV Format. I think that DVD Resolution: Automatic is what you are looking for.
axel , March 23, 2009
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i have already tried the "automatic", i have the same result.
Jud , March 23, 2009
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axel
Have you tried Settings->Video Processing and choose something else than automatic?
axel , March 24, 2009
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how do i change the length of time background audio playes at the title, say i want to put my own mp3 file to play during title select menu, but it only playes for about 10 seconds, i tried adjusting transparency but im not not sure what this does
dazza , March 24, 2009
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i still have to try the other options.
Jud , March 24, 2009
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axel
dazza,

By default ConvertXtoDVD doesn't support more than 15-20 seconds of audio playback in the menus. The duration depends on each template.

You can bypass this by modifying the .ini file of a template if you really want it.

How to Change Menu Duration Times
axel , March 25, 2009
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Is there a way to know the duration of the background audio plays on the menu before actually burning the DVD? Thanks
Heidi , April 08, 2009
Thx for the additional templates!
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Just wanted to say thx for the awesome guides. I'm sure they have... and will continue to be a big help for beginning users. I love ConvertXtoDVD!! I have burned literally hundreds of DVD's and it never fails. Thx a lot for the additional templates and videos! You rock smilies/grin.gif
lucidfox , April 10, 2009
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axel
Thank you very much for your comment lucidfox! What more can I say! smilies/cheesy.gif
axel , April 11, 2009
Should I work on copies of my files?
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Would I need to make a copy of a video file that I want to convert before I feed it to convertxtodvd? I'm worried that my original file will be compressed.
Chad , April 13, 2009
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axel
Hi Chad,

there is no need to worry about that. ConvertXtoDVD will create an ISO file in the location you have selected in Preferences -> General. Your original videos will remain untouched.

If you are still worried copy your original videos the first time.You'll see how it works. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , April 14, 2009
Submenus
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I was looking for something that would allow me to make submenus. For instance:

Main Title Page
Play Clip Button
>Plays video clip
Music Button
>Loads Music Submenu
List of WAV or MP3 files that can be played

Is this capable of making custom submenus, or only main Title menu with video clips?
RuMoR , April 17, 2009
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axel
Hi RuMoR,

as far as I know you can burn mp3 and wav files with ConvertXtoDVD. In fact I run it and I couldn't select an mp3 file. It only converts video clips to DVD. :/

You can test it by yourself. Just free download ConvertXtoDVD. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , April 17, 2009
Thanks Axel
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I could deal with the MP3 aspect by possibly using a video AVI file (fractal designs) with MP3 background music. The Submenu part was something that I was more interested in actually. Can I split my main title screen to Play the movie, or have it go to ANOTHER menu set that allows me to do other things, for instance put a text area that EXPLAINS the clips, people involved, running time, etc..
RuMoR , April 18, 2009
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axel
I don't think you can do that RuMoR. smilies/sad.gif
axel , April 20, 2009
...
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I have a file that im try to convert but am having trouble. The file contains 4 episodes in a row. Each episode is 22 mins long then the timer restarts for the next episode. Convertxtodvd will only recognize the first episode until the timer runs out. What can i do??
mikey , April 21, 2009
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axel
I didn't quite understand what do you mean by "counter". However you can use VirtualDub to cut your file in 4 smaller ones. Read this guide:

How to cut/split/merge/effect/audio video files using VirtualDub
axel , April 22, 2009
vsoconvert
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excelente aplicativo , vocês programadores estão de parabéns. muito obrigado , tank you, tank you , tank you
walter , May 13, 2009
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axel
You are very very welcome. smilies/cheesy.gif
axel , May 13, 2009
Thanks!
MoonRiver
Thanks for sharing!
I think Mac users maybe also want to create dvd menu on Mac.
Don't worry,just follow this guide :
How to create DVD Menu on Mac ?
MoonRiver , May 21, 2009
chapter screen intro
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First off, thank you very much for such a great guide. Step by step instructions with pictures makes it so easy to follow. Excellent.

I was hoping you could help with a particular dvd format in mind. I'm trying to make a dvd of one 90 minute movie with 10 chapters. I can easily do this with your guide. The trick is, I want it to load the chapter selection screen as soon as you put the dvd into the player. I don't want to have to choose to play the movie first.

Ideally, I would like to have a 14 second movie playing as the background while showing chapters 1, 2, 3, and 4. Then another movie as the background while showing chapters 5, 6, 7, and 8. I can't seem to figure out how to do that with only 1 movie to convert.

I can do something close with multiple movies, for example, if I wanted to make a dvd with 4 episodes of Lost. I have a background movie for the title menu parameter, and one for each title set parameter, but none for the chapters.

Hope you can help. If not, thanks anyway for the guide.
christinakoh , May 25, 2009
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axel
Hi christinakoh,

Thank you very much for your comment! I really appreciate it!

I don't have ConvertXtoDVD installed in the computer I am at the moment, but I can give it a try.

Have you tried the Don't create a title menu for a single movie? It might do what you want. I can't remember if it also depends on the template you are using whether it will show the chapter selection first or not. Try a few different templates and check the dvd with VLC.

Regarding your second question I don't remember ConvertXtoDVD to be able to do this. When I'll check I'll post back here.

Sorry I can't help you more at the moment.
axel , May 27, 2009
...
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Hey, i'm a fan of v2 but i gave v3 a try, it looks better, its simpler to use, but alas, cant seem to get me past this tiny, but annoying thing... In v2 u can define how many titles you want per page, something i can't seem to find in this one...is a stepback because if i want to use the "simple template" that's the most similar to v2, and put only 3 videos, it gets all cornered up instead of distributed by the entire page.

Found anyway around this?

Thx in advance
JMachado , June 02, 2009
...
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BTW, in V2 i guided myself by your V2 tuturial, and credits to whom credits are deserved...great job, especially with the pics to help.

u ROX smilies/grin.gif
JMachado , June 02, 2009
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axel
Hi JMachado,

thanks for your comment, you are very welcome! smilies/cheesy.gif

I checked the "Default, simple menu" template with 3 vides and in the preview window it shows the videos distributed in the entire page. I don't remember any of the dvd's I've burned to have cornered videos. Have you tried any other templates?
axel , June 03, 2009
...
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Thanks for the excellent guide,
Still wonder how to put a second subtitle (srt file) in a dvd movie. After adding bup/ifo and 4 vob files to ConvertXtoDVD I don't know in which titleset I should add the new srt file.
Pjotr , June 04, 2009
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axel
Hello Pjotr, sorry for the delay. You are welcome. smilies/smiley.gif

I haven't tried burning vob files with subtitles but I guess you should put it in the first titleset. You can make a test without burning the DVD. Insted play it first using VLC.
axel , June 08, 2009
...
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after converting, it goes through the burning process but the dvd comes out blank. it is not the burner because i don't have problems with other software. Do you know what is going on. Thank you
mike , June 22, 2009
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axel
Which version of ConvertXtoDVD do you have mike? If it's not the latest free download ConvertXtoDVD and check again please.
axel , June 23, 2009
Template's background
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Is there anyway I can change the background of the template?
Everything works WELL for me expect the background.
I will like to change it to my own selected picture jpeg format.
I tried dso many times but to no avail
angela , June 26, 2009
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axel
Hi angela,

every template has a .ini file. Haven't checked it but there might be some info about the background image in there. I will check it after the weekend and get back to you. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , June 26, 2009
the duration of this movie is required but cant be determined
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when i try and burn a AVI file i get the message "the duration of this movie is required but cant be determined" im using convertx 3
frogdog , June 27, 2009
...
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Thanks, Very Good Info
Shawn , July 01, 2009
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axel
Shawn you are welcome. smilies/smiley.gif

frogdog I haven't seen this error message before. Do you get it for any avi video file? Are you using the latest convertxtodvd version? If not free download ConvertXtoDVD
axel , July 02, 2009
...
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I have a couple of problems. first I don't want to create a root menu. second I have tried to make a title menu consisting of a nice background image and some background audio and I have also hidden the thumbnail. but when I played my menu on my DVD player the image was cropped from the sides. Its size is 1024 x 768 and I have an old TV that is not flat. the audio kept playing for only 28 seconds while its real time was 4 minutes. there was also a square outline in place of the thumbnail although I used the hidden option and the outline was not seen in the preview. Third and last, I used two subtitles one English and the other one is Arabic subtitle. the English subtitle worked perfectly but the Arabic subtitle was out of sync and I have already tested it with Media Player Classic and it worked perfectly. please help, and if this program doesn't have the options required please tell me of any other program that has. I will be very thankful. smilies/grin.gif smilies/grin.gif smilies/grin.gif
Tommy , August 13, 2009
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axel
Hi Tommy,

Regarding the background audio ConvertXtoDVD by default plays only a few seconds, not the whole track. smilies/sad.gif If you read a few messages above you will find a bypass for this but it needs a little customization from you.

Regarding the audio sync issue I see that the latest ConvertXtoDVD versions have fixed some bugs. Make sure you are using the latest stable version. free download ConvertXtoDVD

Now for the menu thing you are asking my, I am leaving on vacations in a few hours and I can't check it right now. I'm sorry. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , August 14, 2009
...
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Thanks axel,

Thank you very much for responding but there are still 2 problems unfixed.

First, I don't want to create a root menu. I just want to create a title menu only.

Second, There is the background image menu thing But anyway thank you for your answer. I will wait for you until you return from vacation. Cheers
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Tommy , August 14, 2009
...
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Hi axel I just tried the latest vers sion of convertxtodvd and the arabic subtitles are still not timed correctly. They are eleven minutes late smilies/sad.gif

Anyway if there was another program specialized in making DVD subtitles Please let me know about it, and if there isn't then there's no problem. I don't use them anyway, just wanted them as an extra bonus. Anyway I'm sorry for asking too many questions but is there a way of making my video's black bars up and down equal in length? If there is a way then that would be great smilies/cheesy.gif smilies/cheesy.gif smilies/cheesy.gif smilies/cheesy.gif smilies/cheesy.gif smilies/cheesy.gif smilies/cheesy.gif
Tommy , August 15, 2009
X264
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How should I burn x264 encodes? I just put it in and pressed convert but in the end no player would play the disc...Is there I setting I should put it at?
Greg Duntz , August 23, 2009
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axel
I'm back from vacations. smilies/sad.gif

Tommy,
In Settings -> DVD Specifications -> Aspect ratio if you choose the wide screen I guess convertxtodvd will add the black bars you want. However it might stretch your video. :/

You can also try avidemux.

Greg,
does this happen only with x264 videos? There is nothing in particular you have to do.. I searched the vso bug list but all isues about mkv format were closed. Are you using the latest version?
axel , August 31, 2009
1 Chapter only
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Hi is it possible to convert a file using convertxtodvd with just 1 vob file pls?. I have wdtv and an archos, and instead of making dvd'd i just want to be able to create a single file to play?.

thanks very much
John , September 27, 2009
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axel
I'm not sure If I understood correctly what you are asking John. However you can download a trial ConvertXtoDVD and see if you can do what you want.
axel , September 27, 2009
mp3 burning to dvd
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Im tryingto birn a buch of mp3 files to a dvd.. However it sats it has no video etc... How can i burn my mp3 files to a dvd to play on a dvd player
ryan , September 29, 2009
...
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Hi Axel,
After I burnt the DVD using ConvertXtoDVD and I use my new DVD Player to try it but when i choose the chapter,the music that I put in DVD menu just player for a few second a lot less than the time of the music and stop for a second and start again for a few second
please tell me how to make the music in the DVD menu player longher
sankrit , September 29, 2009
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axel
ryan
Does your dvd player play mp3 files or only audio cds? ConvertXtoDVd can do what you want in both cases. You can try some other software such as CopyToDVD


sankrit there isn't a direct option for what you want. Search the comments above. I've given again some instructions on how to do this. You have to manually edit some template files.
axel , September 30, 2009
...
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hi,my music didn't play in root menu and it didn't have option for choosing music at Title Menu parameters>background audio
sankrit , September 30, 2009
...
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Hello. I have been using ConvertX for quite some time, and I love the program. The only thing I seem to have an issue with is burning a converted project to multiple DVDs. Let's say I convert a movie, and burn it to a disc. In order for me to burn another DVD copy, I have to convert the movie all over. I am sure there is a way to fix this problem, since I have seen the "Burn an already converted project" in the "Actions" tab. Could you please help me with this small issue?

Thank you very much.
MultipleDVD , November 14, 2009
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axel
By default ConvertXtoDVD deletes the converted files after you burn them on a DVD. You can change this setting either through Settings -> Burning or when you are prompted to burn the DVD (look at picture 16 of this guide). Just disable this setting and then by using the "Burn an already converted project" in the "Actions" tab you can burn as many copies as you want. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , November 16, 2009
...
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hi! I want to burn the movie of tarzan and have a picture i found online be the background for the dvd menu, but am having trouble doing this. is it possible? how can i do it?
jeff , November 24, 2009
...
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also, can you burn a dvd with nero if its a iso file, thanks!
jeff , November 24, 2009
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axel
Hi jeff. Yes it is possible to use any image you like as background in the root menu. ConvertXtoDVD v.3 is a little old. Download ConvertXtoDVD v.4 and read my How to create a custom DVD using ConvertXtoDVD v.4. It is described there how to do it.

If you save your project as an ISO file yes it is possible to burn it afterwards with Nero.
axel , November 25, 2009
help
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when i have converted my film i can only put the films on audio disks i want them on dvd disk does any 1 knw how i can sort this out thank you
sarah , December 07, 2009
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axel
Hi Sarah, what message do you get if you try to burn the film on a blank DVD writer?
axel , December 09, 2009
does ConvertXtoDVD still have the menu music problem of only playing for a few seconds?
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I dont see why it lets you add audio, if it will only play for 10 seconds and then keep looping in the menus-has it been fixed yet? I might look for a better program for creating menus, and then add the vobs I have created in ConvertXtoDVD instead, but I dont see why they could not fix a simple problem- most normal dvds have MUSIC in their menus, so why cant I also!
beginner! , December 11, 2009
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axel, great job with the tutorial! It helped out a lot. smilies/grin.gif My only problem is that in the Titleset Menu Parameters I don't have option to change background video. I'm using v4.0.4.313. Is there another way to do this?!
lutharigno , December 20, 2009
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Nevermind I kept playing around and realized it was the template I was using that stopped me from seeing it. smilies/tongue.gif
lutharigno , December 20, 2009
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axel
beginner, I also have the same question. Since it can play a few seconds of the audio why not play it all? I guess a question in the official forums would solve our question. :p

lutharigno, you found the answer. It's the template which allows you or not to use video as background. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , December 21, 2009
How ConvertX2DVD manage to break video file size >4.7 GB into two disks?
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I have a video of file size that becomes more than 4.3gb after conversion through ConvertX2DVD. So, it cannot be fit into a normal 4.7 gb DVD+R. My question is without using a dual layered DVD how can I get the same data to be burnt into two separate 4.7 gb DVD+R using the same application. Please enlighten.
Mukul Madhab Baishya , May 12, 2010
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axel
In the Encoding tab of the Option have you set Targe Size to DVD5? This way the file size should be small enough to fit in a 4,7GB DVD.
axel , May 12, 2010
...
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Hey mate first of all awesome guide really nice and detailled.
But i seem to have a problem when i convert a movie i add an background image in the title menu and in the video preview it shows it and i also added an background image at the chapters menu but when i convert it and burn it on a DVD it doesnt show the background at the title menu but does at the chapters menu. I dont know how to solve this can u maybe help me with this?

Thank you
Mym , May 29, 2010
...
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And i am using ConvertXtoDVD 4
Mym , May 29, 2010
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axel
Hi Mym, well this seems to be a ConvertXtoDVD bug. I can't remember if I had a problem like this in the past. Just download the latest version and see if the problem persists. :/
axel , May 29, 2010
...
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ah oke thanks mate smilies/smiley.gif
Mym , May 29, 2010
choosing a start point
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hello, i am trying to start my dvd movie from a specific point of the file(remove a preview already there) how do i do this?
denise , July 07, 2010
Different audio in a dvd
alex_24
hello friend,
I`m a little new to this so i`ll be quick. How do i add on different audio stream to the movie i would like to creat. for example, if i have downloaded American pie in english and i would also like to have a different audio stream. how can i do it. and where can i download audio streams for movies in diferent languages.
alex_24 , July 14, 2010
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axel
To add an audio stream take a look at the first image of this guide in the Titleset Options part. Just press the Audio button and browse to the audio stream you want.

Regarding downloading movies I have to say that this is against copyright laws so I can't help you. :/
axel , July 15, 2010
something stupid i think
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how can i save the converted video on the hard disk first and then on the dvd? i don't want the directly converted on the dvd..
moglis33 , August 15, 2010
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axel
I think that in the Burn DVD dialog if you deselect the "Delete folder after successful burn" option and press cancel you will have the converted video in your hard disk.
axel , August 26, 2010
But how...
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I've had ConvertX for years and still can't figure out how to actually burn the saved converted video that has been saved on my hard disk. It just offers me Audio TS and Video TS in separate folders. I've tried adding all of the files, but no dice.

Also, nice write up.
AIRchrist , August 30, 2010
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axel
Thanks for the comment AIRchrist. If you use any dvd burning software program and burn the Audio TS and Video TS folders, just like they are, you will have your DVD. smilies/smiley.gif
axel , August 30, 2010
...
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Okay my problem is the length my videos are say 40mins or more each and I do 5-6 episodes per disc but the problem is that it only shows up 15 mins per episode and goes to the next one, how do you keep the whole length of each episode instead of having them cut out?
Nana , September 03, 2010
...
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in the title menu, i have thumbnails for each episode of a series of shows, and the thumbnails have a line through the middle of them splitting the thumbnail in two, the top half is normal, then the line, then the bottom half is all mishy moshy looking. any idea whats going on? thanks
chris , September 06, 2010
excellent
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this software is brilliant. i use it every day and i converted and burned 18 episodes of FAMILY GUY on a 4.7g dvd with the 20 slide preview menu and it looked fantastic . unchecking the chapters and reducing resolution can realy speed it up. plus its great to have 5.1 sound
matty , September 29, 2010
trouble burning DVD
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I have use convertxtoDVD for a while but now it will not recognize my DVD disk loaded in burner DVD+R ( my burner will take +R -R or RW) I have tried different disk still says no disk, I did try a different burning program & it acknowledged my disk & burned DVD , BUT I like my ConvertXtodvd program .
Why is it now not recognizing my dvd disk ?( and yes it is on correct drive)
Thanks
Dale
dale , September 29, 2010
oh and I did find this
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in the log , but sorry dont know how to correct it or what it is...

BURN: Drive has unknown physical interface
dale , September 29, 2010
Low quality: Reduce total time of project
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When I add 2 video files.. that are only both 700MB.. The conversion result is: Low Quality - Reduce total time of project.. Why is that? And what if I click the convert button?
jamie , September 29, 2010
http://chevitarese.wordpress.com
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Hello!

How do i create a custom menu theme for a dvd?

Thanks smilies/wink.gif
Fred Chevitarese , October 01, 2010
Bapi_B
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During conversion period I want to partly convert the file & then save it through the burn dialog box & later again I want to convert the rest of the file.Is it possible by Convertxtodvd? or other software needs ? please help me? smilies/smiley.gifsmilies/smiley.gifsmilies/smiley.gif
Bapi , October 03, 2010
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axel
Hi Bapi, it's not possible to pause the conversion and I don't know any other software that can do this.

Hi Fred, I'm sorry but I haven't tried to create my own themes. :/
axel , October 05, 2010
use templates of convertxtodvd 4
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hi
how I use templates of program to replace defult menu
i want to change logo of defult menu
thanks
majid tahernia , March 20, 2011
Help Playing DVD
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I converted fine, no problem....I burned fine, no problem....but when I go to play it in my dvd player (hooked up to tv) it won't play. Any suggestions? I've tried PAL and NTSC Settings, so it's not that that I got mixed up...anything else???? Thanks in advance.
Tills , March 21, 2011
audio menu
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hello nice tutorial thanks ..but i have a problem in the background audio of the menu it will played shortly ,,, do you know sir how make it played for a long time? or half the song please thanks in advanced ..
ever , March 25, 2011
audio menu
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hello nice tutorial thanks ..but i have a problem in the background audio of the menu it will played shortly ,,, do you know sir how make it played for a long time? or half the song please thanks in advanced ..

you can visit my blog too on how to add subtitles to movies using virtual dub thnaks http://everdenver.blogspot.com



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ever , March 25, 2011
ConvertXtoDVD 4 - Menus, Submenus, Seasons - Episodes, so on....
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Okay well I read about 4/5 of the comments. I was looking for a submenu option. I have used over a dozen dvd programs and this one is one of my favorites I like the way it converts & allows the user to work by disk space instead of time limitation but, I am not completely happy with its menu structure. Mainly having to edit the ini file everytime I create a new project. I am pretty sure I have seen another program that works similar to this one in the data aspect but has other options for menus in which I may have to check out. I would rather not have to purchase/download any other software though I have enough I need to go through and delete sorry I am kind of avoiding the issue here let me address it now... I would like to compile two seasons of a television series onto one disk. In doing so I want an introductory menu that labels them off a.k.a. Series I & Series II... and then to select one of those and it take me to the list of episodes... the only way I can think of to really do this with CX2D is to merge the season into one video file and then set the episodes as chapters... however I would rather not do that... So I was wondering seeings that you can go into the menu script and change the time loop length can you also change where an icon / file image will link you to? As in make one dvd into an iso for one season then same for the second then created a whole new "semi-bogus" disk just to create an extra menu and open up all the files rename the ones that will need to be renamed for location purposes and edit the files to direct them to the individual clips and sections you would like them to go to? Or could I perhaps create a dvd menu tree in a secondary program and open the iso of it and take and edit those files to link into the ones I have converted in CX2D? I know I could probably figure this out with a bit of trial and error alongside some added reading however I have numerous lists of things to accomplish and by posting it here with hopes to an answer I may help out another in need in the future... thank you for your time!
Redii , May 04, 2011
Actually
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I think I am just going to use the ConvertXtoDVD program to "convert" the files... take away all menus! root, title ALL! and then just take the movies out of the ISO an input them into another program to burn... I just have to find out what third party applications I can use to make a dvd player readable menu; that I like & will suit my needs connected to a program that will go by the size of the disk... (Hmmm? that's kind of hat lead me to this program. Well onto the scavenger hunt...)
Redii , May 04, 2011
pgcedit
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okay I ran across pcgedit http://download.videohelp.com/r0lz/pgcedit/ which someone mentioned earlier on here and it seems like it will do the trick but it also looks to be a little complicated so this shall be fun and sorry to keep re-posting however I can't edit my prior posts... perhaps I should make an account...
Redii , May 04, 2011
burning issue
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All of a SUDDEN MY CONVERTxTOdvd IS BURNING ISO FILE INSTEAD OF ACTUAL DISC IMAGE.hOW DO i CHANGE THE DESTINATION. All dvds are coming out blank
Sharon Gibbs , July 27, 2011
CONVERSION ISSUE
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does it really take that long to convert a full movie? i mean, im trying to compress 4 movies into one DVD so that i could play it on my dvd player and watch on flatscreen, but it's taking like almost six hours to convert all four movies, encoding time per movie is 22fps(0.88x) and the average video bitrate is 700kbps... IS THAT NORMAL?? HELP! can i make it any more faster??
chay , September 07, 2011
Very good....
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Hi,

Thank you very much for making the templates. I really enjoy them and have them
put to good use. Do you have more of these.?
A couple of things...How can I let a sound play when a new chapter starts?
I know have the fire as a background picture, works very good..but I want to hear a sound when you click on a chapter...like:"get ready.." or something like that. I keep messing around with the Black-mirror thingy...one time i does make a small movie above from the chapter, next time not...
Is there a way to get the chapters bigger?

A lot of questions....

But I want to thank you for your clear guide...and help
Peter , September 18, 2011
Wierd
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I cant make the menu look the way I want it to, why is that? I add pictures and music in the background but when I play the DVD it's not there?
thang , September 23, 2011
burning a whole season
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I'm trying to burn a season of my favorite show to a disk, and it doesn't seem to be working. I have not putting anything extra in the menus for instance i didn't put any music or pictures. But it still says it's too big. Then when i finally got it to convert it said i needed a bigger disk and it needed to be a dual layer. Please help even my boyfriend couldn't figure it out!!
Amy , November 04, 2011
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axel
Hi Amy. a whole season is far too big for a single DVD disk. In general you should write about 4 episodes of 40minutes each in each DVD in order to be ok.
axel , November 13, 2011
Adding to or removing movies from burned projects
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How can I edit a burned project to add or remove movies from it. In other words I don't want to burn the two movies in the project to DVD I just want to burn one or I want to add another burned movie to another project so I can have two movies to DVD. How can I do these things with menus edited accordingly?
bleroyb , November 27, 2011
Troubleshhoting
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Hey there,
hows things?
Can you please direct me on how to access multi session option?
That would be grouse and then I could fill up my DVD + R's, which have many gigs remaining.
Thanks heaps.
Have a great week.

Regards.
Matthew Dykes , January 02, 2012
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axel
Hi Matthew,

It's not possible to create a multisession video DVD (VIDEO_TS folder) with ConvertXtoDVD or any other similar software. The DVD has to be finalized in order to be reproduced.
axel , January 02, 2012
...
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Hey Axel,
thanks for your help.
I know it's taken me ages to have a look at this page, but that's the way it goes.
I'm going to make up a new proverb - "I'm not to tech savvy, and it takes me a long time to have a look at the help I requested"
Sorry Axel.
Good luck and all the best.
Kind regards - Matt
Thankfulness , February 23, 2012
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axel
You are welcome Matt. Nevertheless other users might have the same question as you and find the answer here.
axel , February 26, 2012
cx2d templates
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hi please help.im trying to install the extra menu templates but when im installing them and open cx2d it shows up as the templates added, but when i goto settings to choose my desired one, it just says no preview so guess it hasnt worked smilies/sad.gif please help i love the themes
carlos , March 07, 2012
Multiple Episodes on a single DVD+R
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Hey, you probably have already answered this question, but I've seen a 120min DVD+R disc that had the an enitre season of family guy on it. I no longer work at the facility where I saw this dvd and am unable to contact the guy who created it so maybe you can help me? I'm clueless as to how Convertxtodvd (3) converts all those files and burns them to a disc that doesnt have enough space.
Keith , April 17, 2012
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axel
Hi Keith, this DVD most probably had the episodes in divx or xvid format. If they were converted to DVD format there is no way they could fit in a single DVD.
axel , April 17, 2012
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