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    Hello All,

    I have been trying to find a way to create DVDs from high definition videos from my camcorder. So far I had no luck. Can anyone help me out here. The files are with extension .MTS & .M2TS

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechchef View Post
    I have been trying to find a way to create DVDs from high definition videos from my camcorder. So far I had no luck. Can anyone help me out here. The files are with extension .MTS & .M2TS
    Can you post a short 10 second sample somewhere, so we can check the format?

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    How do I attach my video file. I am new to linux so I dont know. Pls advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitechchef View Post
    How do I attach my video file. I am new to linux so I dont know. Pls advice.
    Do a search under google for "free video hosting" and find a site there that will host a 10 second video clip for free. Upload your video to the site, and then post here the URL where the video is located.

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    MTS and M2TS are Transport Streams. I'm not sure if any of the available Linux DVD creation software can handle those. Try ManDVD since it uses mencoder and mencoder can read/encode these streams

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    Multiboot to Windows and use Edius? Perhaps use Edius in Windows to convert the videos to a format that you can then work with in Linux?

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    hitechchef wrote:
    > Hello All,
    >
    > I have been trying to find a way to create DVDs from high definition
    > videos from my camcorder. So far I had no luck. Can anyone help me out
    > here. The files are with extension .MTS & .M2TS
    >
    > Thanks in advance.
    >
    >


    One solution is m2tstoavi... but I don't think it does a
    great job... avi.

    But it may be hint on what to do.

    Requires getting and compiling some programs.

    There are probably better solutions out there...

    High def is evil... (but you probably already know that
    now). For anyone else considering a camcorder... I
    have a Sony DCR-SR300... and am quite pleased. Stores
    in mpeg2 format. Works well with Linux.

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    Thank You all for your input. My problem is a regular camcorder doesnot produce DVDs good enough for my TV. Its a 46" LCD. So I have to go with hi-def.
    I have Windows to multi-boot on my comp. Its just that I want to make sure of options before I throw windows out of the window.
    Anyway, here is the link to sampole video if it helps.

    YouTube - Sample

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    I do all my video editing in Windows, it's just too painful in Linux. I use VideoReDo a lot, very nice app.
    It's the main reason I keep XP ( and some PC games).My TV tuner is easier to use as well. (Myth TV = too much work :-) )

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    hitechchef wrote:
    > Thank You all for your input. My problem is a regular camcorder doesnot
    > produce DVDs good enough for my TV. Its a 46" LCD. So I have to go with
    > hi-def.


    ???

    You might want to try a good upscaling DVD player.

    Mine is 46" 1080p as well.

    > I have Windows to multi-boot on my comp. Its just that I want to make
    > sure of options before I throw windows out of the window.
    > Anyway, here is the link to sampole video if it helps.
    >
    > 'YouTube - Sample' (http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=xxCd1pVrQrM)


    High def... youtube....

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