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    Default Creating back-up DVD

    How can I create a back-up DVD by taking two different movies from two different DVD discs so that the newly created DVD will be menu-based and the sub-titles of the initial DVD movies will remain intact? Please mention if there is any free/commercial software available.

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    Hm... that doesn't look like back-up to me...

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    doing this is not a easy 1 click process btw

    you need to know a lot more background information to be able to do this properly, ripping of video, audio, subtitles seperateley.

    Then recompress the video files to a lower bitrate, then making menu,s the hardwast part.

    The hardest part being actually having the software. The software for everything but the authoring program is pretty easy to get free.

    As for the authoring program i would honestly suggest either 2 of these software.
    ReelDVD sells for $5000 dollars
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    Sonics Scenarist, which is what hollywood studio's use which sells for $26000 dollars

    Only reason i suggest these above anything else is because u want subtitles within it

    I mean im sure it can be done with adobe encore but i wouldnt use it. Not into the whole point and click with no control way. I mean if your gonna do it do it right,

    so good luck
    freeformvideo.com: 3D Animated Menu\'s Transitions, Backgrounds or just about anything 3d all Animated.

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    Yes you can have subtitles in encore DVD.

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    A lot of DVD Backup software allows you to do combine multiple DVDs into one. Nero Recode (bundled with Nero 7), does this in about 2 or 3 clicks.

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    yeah i've esed nero's record for some tv episodes on 1 disk before, Also i guess encore can do subs also lol.

    Il stick with scenarist tho, lol
    freeformvideo.com: 3D Animated Menu\'s Transitions, Backgrounds or just about anything 3d all Animated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karmatized
    yeah i've esed nero's record for some tv episodes on 1 disk before, Also i guess encore can do subs also lol.

    Il stick with scenarist tho, lol
    And I'll stick with the software I can afford and own a serial for...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    Quote Originally Posted by karmatized
    yeah i've esed nero's record for some tv episodes on 1 disk before, Also i guess encore can do subs also lol.

    Il stick with scenarist tho, lol
    And I'll stick with the software I can afford and own a serial for...
    not suggesting it's warez are you Marc I herd rummors people with warez can get banned . And with a price tag that bit.... Only pro's use it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LukeD
    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    Quote Originally Posted by karmatized
    yeah i've esed nero's record for some tv episodes on 1 disk before, Also i guess encore can do subs also lol.

    Il stick with scenarist tho, lol
    And I'll stick with the software I can afford and own a serial for...
    not suggesting it's warez are you Marc I herd rummors people with warez can get banned .
    I'm sure karmatized has access to the software at school / uni etc. Just pointing out that expensive software isn't always the best software for beginner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    Quote Originally Posted by LukeD
    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Peters
    Quote Originally Posted by karmatized
    yeah i've esed nero's record for some tv episodes on 1 disk before, Also i guess encore can do subs also lol.

    Il stick with scenarist tho, lol
    And I'll stick with the software I can afford and own a serial for...
    not suggesting it's warez are you Marc I herd rummors people with warez can get banned .
    I'm sure karmatized has access to the software at school / uni etc. Just pointing out that expensive software isn't always the best software for beginner.
    All true. Sorry for my miss understanding.

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