[arch-general] ConvertXToDVD alternative for Linux.

Madhurya Kakati mkakati2805 at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 02:23:40 EDT 2011

On Thursday, September 22, 2011, marshall wrote:

> On 22/09/11 06:02, Madhurya Kakati wrote:
>> On Thursday, September 22, 2011, marshall wrote:
>>  On 22/09/11 04:58, Madhurya Kakati wrote:
>>>  Hi,
>>>> One of the very few reasons that I still Dual boot windows is that I
>>>> don't
>>>> know how to convert media files from one format to another in Linux. On
>>>> windows I use 2 very easy to use softwares namely FormatFactory and
>>>> ConvertXToDVD for my needs. Can you guys tell me about any Linux
>>>> alternative
>>>> to that? I tried installing ConvertXtoDVD using wine. The main program
>>>> installs fine but the DVD menu templates, though installed, aren't
>>>> detected
>>>> by the program and hence I cant use the DVD menus.
>>>> Thanks.
>>>>  # pacman -Ss devede
>>> community/devede 3.17.0-2 [1.93 MB] [installed]
>>>    A program to create VideoDVDs and CDs
>>> I use devede to put video on to dvds, I haven't found anything yet it
>>> can't
>>> convert (mencoder backend).
>>>  Ok but how do I create the menus?
>>  Click menu options and have a play. It has enough functions for myself
> but I only really put single titles on a disc and have them auto play.
> Also clicking on a titles properties can set a title to loop, play next,
> play last or stop ... etc
> Regards
> Marshall

OK. I have installed devede but when I start it, it says that it needs
spumux to run. I can't seem to find it in the repos and AUR.

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