Re: making slide show, do in sections then past each into final sh
- From: "Wojo" <[REMOVE]wojos_web@[REMOVE]verizon.net>
- Date: Sun, 20 Nov 2005 16:05:12 GMT
"LarryINmich" <LarryINmich@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Graham, thanks for fine info
> finishing up----
>> L> More.... how much overhead does the copying of the WMM boilerplate
>> software commands take on the CD or in the overall pesentation, like 125
>> k or???>
>> G>Not sure what you are getting at here.
> Thought I read that one CAN send a CD to a person that doesnt have WMM, by
> copying the program to that CD? Then they could see the show as it was
> designed. Guess the overhead would be whatever WMM bytes are.....
They can but they are not sending anything other than the finished movie in
either WMV or AVI format.
This video clip can be viewed on any Media Player program and no longer has
anything to do with WMM.
> ALso new- Evidently the WMM enhances slide show CAN be 'somehow' copied
> a DVD. One finishes their full WMM made slide show with bells and
> then saves (?) it to their hard drive. Then they use a DVD authoring
> to transfer that WWM show to the DVD. However I M not sure how the time
> pauses etc get transferred....
When you save the movie (not the project) to your hard drive you now have a
complete movie clip with the timing and everything incorporated into it. Now
that file is imported into a DVD Authoring program which converts the file
to MPEG2 and creates a VOB file that is recognized by the DVD Player. It
then burns that to a DVD and you can watch it in the DVD Player.
> Is one supposed to PLAY their WMM show and while it is playing live,
> it to the DVD? Having little experience with the ins and outs of DVD/CD
> copying, I inwardly feel there are some gaps not filled in regarding the
> Thanx again
So step by step:
Create your project in Movie Maker.
Save the movie to your hard drive by clicking "Save to my computer" or
Follow the save movie wizard through the steps
Type a name for the video & choose a location [NEXT]
Click the radio button next to "Other Settings"
Since your movie is apparently made up of all still images and audio
I would select "High Quality video (NTSC) from the dropdown menu [NEXT]
Now your movie clip will be created. (This may take a little while)
After rendering you will have a complete movie named whatever you named it
in the location you specified.
Next you open your DVD Authoring program. (There's a list of popular
programs to download on my website)
Import your completed video into the authoring program and create any menus
etc... you want
The program will convert your video into a VOB file which is recognized by
DVD Players and burn it to a DVD.
And your done.
I couldn't give you specific step-by-step instruction as to the DVD program
without knowing which program you intend to use. Once you decide that if you
need further assistance just ask and most of us can help.
Hope this does the trick for you.
Wojo's Place: (for the DVD Authoring program)
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