Ulead DVD Movie Factory II Video ToolBox Version Edits DVD-RAM

Ulead DVD Movie Factory II Video ToolBox Version Edits DVD-RAM

Post by JJon » Wed, 18 Dec 2002 07:40:19



A new version of DVD Movie Factory 2 edits DVD-RAM using the DVD-VR technology.

It's the 'Video ToolBox' version of DVD Movie Factory 2, according to this Web page:

http://www.ulead.com/dmf/compare.htm

Jerry Jones
http://www.jonesgroup.net

 
 
 

Ulead DVD Movie Factory II Video ToolBox Version Edits DVD-RAM

Post by L. P. LePag » Thu, 19 Dec 2002 02:31:42


Read the Site Jerry
this is ONLY for the Japan Version
NOT for rest of the world


Quote:> A new version of DVD Movie Factory 2 edits DVD-RAM using the DVD-VR
technology.

> It's the 'Video ToolBox' version of DVD Movie Factory 2, according to this
Web page:

> http://www.ulead.com/dmf/compare.htm

> Jerry Jones
> http://www.jonesgroup.net


 
 
 

Ulead DVD Movie Factory II Video ToolBox Version Edits DVD-RAM

Post by JJon » Thu, 19 Dec 2002 11:35:06



Quote:> Read the Site Jerry
> this is ONLY for the Japan Version
> NOT for rest of the world

You are not correct.

Ulead will be making an English version available shortly after Christmas.

That's why the comparison chart shows...

1. The Japanese version

...and...

2. The 'VideoTools' version

Ulead clarified this fact in an e-mail to me.

Jerry Jones
http://www.jonesgroup.net

 
 
 

1. Ulead MEDIASTUDIO PRO 7 Can Edit DVD-VR Video Recorded On DVD-RAM

Ulead MEDIASTUDIO PRO 7.0 can 'capture' and edit the DVD-VR video
recorded as .VRO files by stand alone DVD-R/DVD-RAM recorders such as
the Panasonic DMR-E30.

1. Remove your recorded DVD-RAM disc from your Panasonic recorder.

2. Insert your recorded DVD-RAM disc into your DVD-RAM computer drive.

3. Open MEDIASTUDIO PRO 7.0's Video Capture program.

4. Select the DVD-VR capture plug-in.

5. Click CAPTURE>VIDEO and then click the BROWSE button to browse to
your DVD-RAM computer drive where you will observe a folder named
DVD_RTAV.

6. In the entry line, type .VRO. (Change the entry to .VRO if the
entry line already displays the .MPG extension)

7. Then click OK.

8. A playlist should appear.

9. Highlight the entry in the playlist.

10. You should now observe a THUMBNAIL of the video on the DVD-RAM
disc and a button that says TRIM.

11. Click FINISH

12. Save the file to any location on your hard drive.

To 'burn' to a DVD-RAM disc in a DVD-RAM drive:

1. Open Ulead MEDIASTUDIO PRO 7.0 Video Editor

2. Click FILE>EXPORT>ULEAD DVD-VR WIZARD

3. Click NEW DISC IMAGE BUTTON and choose your DVD-RAM drive

3. Click NEXT>NEXT>RECORD BUTTON>FINISH

Now you'll note the presence of a new DVD_RTAV folder that contains a
.VRO file (and other files) on your DVD-RAM disc.


SMART RENDER technology, which only re-renders those portions of video
that are 'changed' in the timeline by titles, transitions, or filters.

Jerry Jones
http://www.jonesgroup.net

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