Re: Making playable DVDs
Postby Andy » Thu May 03, 2012 12:32 pm
There should be a preset on the 'Simple' tab of the export window for DVDs. It should work with Bombono as the author of that app provided the patch for Openshot
ahagge wrote:I don't mean to hijack the thread, but are there any plans to do more integration between OpenShot and any Linux DVD authoring tools? Specifically, I'd like to be able to specify DVD creation metadata in OpenShot (chapter points, titles & images, menu location(s) and information, etc.) and have it saved with the OpenShot project, then be able to do a "one-click" DVD burn that would use the DVD authoring program (Bombono, DVDstyler, or whatever seems the most appropriate choice) to author and burn the DVD.
That way if edits are made to the video, the chapter points can move with the edits and the entire process of authoring the DVD in a standalone application won't have to be repeated. It'd also help a lot with the newbie/occasional user who wants to go from raw footage to final DVD with a minimum of hassle and learning.
Uncle Tad wrote:I'm encountering a new problem: I have updated my Ubuntu to the latest version, and my Open Shot was recently updated to its latest version (October 2012). Until this upgrade, I had no problems making dvds that, when sent to Bombano, work perfectly.
At present, I can make a playable .mpeg file using the simple tabs, but when I go to make a dvd for Bombano use, either with simple or advanced (using your excellent instructions always, Andy), I get a document file with no data, with a reference to soemthing called 'gedit' but nothing to open. So, no video to view. Can anyone guide me to some solution here? Thanks, Tad
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