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  05-03-2017, 07:24 AM
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I need something that will work with windows 10 but has the flexibility of DVD Workshop 2. Does anyone have any suggestions?
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  05-03-2017, 04:19 PM
 
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I need something that will work with windows 10 but has the flexibility of DVD Workshop 2. Does anyone have any suggestions?
I know this doesn't help but I think Windows 10 stinks when it comes to... everything... including application compatibility. I would be surprised if you get any answers.
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  05-04-2017, 07:26 PM
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install hackintosh on your PC and then use DVD Studio Pro
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Windows 10 does suck for video tasks, yes, including DVD authoring.

The easy trick is to install Windows XP in a VM like Virtualbox. Simply share the folders with the source, and destination, on the native OS (Windows 10). XP can process the files, and you won't bloat the VM image that way.

Ulead DVD Workshop 2 (DVDWS2) was the best DVD authoring software made for Windows.

On Mac, yes, DVD Studio Pro.

Both software are long discontinued, but can be located fairly easily. Most DVD authoring software is discontinued, as we're in the post-disc era of streaming files.
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I downgraded back to Windows 7.
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I use http://tmpgenc.pegasys-inc.com/en/product/taw4.html with great success.
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  05-16-2017, 07:31 PM
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If you need TMPGEnc Authoring 4 or Masterworks 5. Please let me know.
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how easy is Authoring 4 to use
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I have a nice dell with 16GB of RAM and a TB HDD its fast so if I could do DVDs on this machine it would be nice.
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I find it insanely easy, some settings are a bit hidden but once you get around that it is fairly easy. If you look at the Creator/Artist Lounge section you can find something for another dvd authoring program that is good as well
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You mastered Ulead. You can easily handle tmpeg lol walk in the park
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I have TDA 4.
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