I'm trying to find an easy way to create a video DVD from multiple AVI files as seperate titles using a Mac with Toast, ffmpegx and other freeware tools.
- I don't want to use Toast or iMovie for the video encoding.
- I only want to encode and mux each AVI file once.
- A menu isn't necessary but would be a nice touch.
Has anybody done this before?
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The easiest thing to do is just place the AVIs in the Toast Video window. Hopefully you are using Toast 7 or 8. You can set up a simple menu or tell Toast you want no menu. You may need the A52Codec if your AVIs have AC-3 audio. When you click the burn button or choose Save as Disc Image the MPEG encoding and DVD authoring all get done.