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    Converting DVD disk to put on Vimeo

    We want convert a dvd disk that contains AUDIO_TS folder and Video_TS folder. We want to convert this so that we can put this on vimeo and put a link in our website. Is there any free software that can do this ? Please let me know.

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    What format(s) does Vimeo take?

    Format Factory seems to cope with most format conversions for most media types.

    http://www.formatoz.com/

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    DVD Decrypter then AutoGordianKnot works well for me.

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    From Vimeo's FAQ...

    What are the recommended settings for uploading a video?

    Codec
    A codec is the format in which your video will be encoded. Different codecs have different features and varying quality. For best results, we recommend using H.264 (sometimes referred to as MP4) for the video codec and AAC (short for Advanced Audio Codec) for the audio codec. If you're on a Windows machine, WMV3 is a good choice for video codec.

    Data rate
    This setting controls both the visual quality of the video and how big the file will be. In most video editors, this is done in terms of kilobits per second (kbits/sec or kbps). Use 2000 kbits/sec for standard definition 4:3 video, 3000 kbits/sec for widescreen DV, or 5000 kbits/sec for high definition footage.

    Deinterlace
    If you have this option, enable it. If you shoot in DV format, this is an especially important. If you do not deinterlace, you will often get weird-looking horizontal lines in your video.

    Resolution
    640x480 for standard definition 4:3 video, 853x480 for widescreen DV, or 1280x720 for high definition. It is also best to export 1920x1080 or 1440x1080 video as 1280x720 too, since we will automatically scale it down. If you have the option to control the pixel aspect ratio (not display aspect ratio) make sure it's set to "1:1" or "1.00", also sometimes called "square pixels."

    Audio Settings
    Choose AAC for the audio codec. You'll want to set the bit rate to 320 kbps and the sample rate to 44.100 kHz.

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