Converting video formats to DVD
October 3, 2005 1:28 PM   Subscribe

On a Windows machine, what's the best way to convert Flash, Quicktime, and MPEG clips into native DVD (.vob) format for viewing in regular DVD players? I mainly want to avoid (1) $$$, i.e. Premiere, and (2) trojanware.
posted by shannymara to Computers & Internet (2 answers total)
I know of no flash to dvd converters since Flash is potentially interactive. Qt and Mpegs have many programs that convert them. I use Nero which isn't free but I expect if you look on you'll find something.
posted by phearlez at 2:28 PM on October 3, 2005

Flash can theoretically be exported to an AVI (and then encoded to MPEG2) using the Flash app. Might not work so great though.

Quicktime and MPEG is easy. Just use TMPGENC (with the appropriate extension to handle QT files).
posted by neckro23 at 4:25 PM on October 3, 2005

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