I'd like to be able to use the program to do a batch of DVD"S.
Let's say I download my favorite TV show and have 20 episodes.
I want episode 1-4 on disk 1
5-8 disk 2
9-13 disk 3 etc.
I use autofit to make each disk.
I'd like to set it up and then when I go to work tell it to run.
It'll put disk 1 in folder 1 (on hard drive), disk 2 in folder 2, disk 3 in folder 3.
Then all I'll have to do is burn them when I get home.
Current batch feature isn't helpful when you want to use autofit.
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I've been working on a batch conversion utility for a while now and have recently added support for converting to DVD compliant video using HCEnc. The authoring is very basic at present, but it will convert multiple video files and has the option to calculate DVD bitrate based on a given length e.g.:
If you want to fit four episodes on a disc, and each episode is 35mins long:
MakeAVI /input="c:\temp\*.avi" /output="d:\tmp" /target=DVD /dvd_length=140
will generate a batch file that will produce the required .m2v files (and audio) for later authoring with your favourite prog.
Currently supported input files: MKV, MP4, MPG, FLV, M2V, AVI, VOB, WMV
It's still very much in beta, but I'm using it regularly and fixing any bugs as they arise.