|Need help with creating DVDs
||[Nov. 6th, 2004|08:52 pm]
Geeks interested in Communications Technology
OK, so there's these two video projects that have been taking up entirely too much space on my hard drive for a while, so I figured the best thing to do was burn them on to DVDs to free up the disk space. The two biggest obstacles I've faced so far are:
1. I have CD- and DVD-burning software called RecordNow!, but as near as I can tell it'll only let me burn DVDs for the purpose of copying pre-existing discs. Is there a way I can create "original" DVDs with RecordNow!, and if not can anyone recommend reliable (but fairly cheap) software that will let me do that?
2. When I activate Adobe Premiere's MPEG convertor function, it actually ends up creating two files: an MPEG file (with the .m2v extension) with no sound, and a seperate .WAV containing the project's soundtrack. How can I be assured that when I burn a Premiere project onto DVD, the video and sound will be properly synced up?