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Linux for DVD creation

Posted by: Anonymous Coward on November 21, 2006 12:59 PM
I use Linux for audio creation and video editing. Its professional tools are great - best in the industry.

However, I have yet to find anything that allows the simple creation of a consumer readable DVD. Presently after I have created the master files I send it out to a contractor who puts the DVD format "wrapper" around it and stamps out the DVDs.

This is really not a problem for the media creation professionals as our workstations, be they Linux, BSD, or Mac's, can import and export a wide variety of file formats. It is a pain, however, to create a one-off that one can give to ones friends with just at consumer DVD player.


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