Sep 1, 2010

DeVeDe - A Free and Powerful Video Disc Creator




Open System > Administration > Synaptics Package Manager
And type "devede" in search text field
Install devede and its relative components


After install DeVeDe, it locates at Applications > Sound & Video > DeVeDe


Open DeVeDe and select the suitable function (for example Video DVD)


1.0)
In Titles
1.1)
Click Add to add a new title
1.2)
After add a new title, select the title and click properties to set the Title's name and Action to perform when the title ends
2.0)
In Files
2.1)
Click Add to add and select a suitable video files
(We recommend that MPEG2 and AVI file format)
2.2)
After select a video file, File Info will show the information of this video file if it is a suitable video file
2.3)
Select PAL/SECAM for 25fps videos or NTSC for 29.97fps videos
2.4)
We highly suggest use default sound track
2.5)
If you have subtitle, you can add them also
2.6)
Press Advanced options
2.6.1)
We highliy suggest use sets Video Rate and Audio Rate to your default Video Rate and Audio Rate
2.6.2)
Don't click Division in chapter if you split video chapters by yourself




3.0)
In Menu options can perform a customized Video Menu when this Video Disc is running
3.1)
Text is the title caption when the Video Menu is showing
3.2)
Menu background is the title background when the Video Menu is showing
(The default is background.png which is a default background of DeVeDe)
3.3)
Menu music is the title background music when the Video Menu is showing
(The default is silence.mp3 which is a default background music of DeVeDe without any audio)
3.4)
Vertical alignment and Horizontal alignment perform the alignment of menu chapters
(seems like Cascading Style Sheets performs in HTML)
3.5)
Menu fonts and colors perform the fonts and colors of menu chapters
(seems like Cascading Style Sheets performs in HTML)


4.0)
In Default format
We don't limit you to use either PAL or NTSC
4.1)
Press Advanced options
4.1.1)
In Action we highly suggest you to select Create an ISO or BIN/CUE image, ready to a disc
4.1.2)
We suggest you to use default option


5.0)
Select a directory and type a directory name for output file and start to convert video files to a ISO video file




Use VLC Player (or any video player can play ISO video file) to test your ISO video file before your write the file into a disc



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