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Making a DVD movie with Nero

I have Nero 6.0 and I have someone who wants to take a current DVD that shows a process that they do in there factory, but they want to add a sound track to it.  I have not done anything like this, so I want to know if it's an easy process or not.  I don't want to invest any money and only limited time.  The other possible problem is that the music they want to add is a MIDI format?

Can anyone help, or should I leave this to a professional?
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So you have to use Windows Movie Maker for adding the soundtrack to the video file, I hope the video is in a accessible format like mpeg or avi etc (you have a lot of formats fos audio and video too). After this you should use the wizard of nero for creating a DVD.


Nero Vision and Nero Recode can do this task..  :)

Nero Vision can edit a movie, you can input effects, audio ... etc
First of all, to be able to edit the vob files you ve got to recode them to Mpeg.
There are many application that can do that..

Anyway. Open Nero Vision and take a look its very easy and user friendly and you dont need to buy another software..

Hope this helps.

GOod luck
The above will do the trick...

But ask yourself (or rather your client) something.
Why on earth would you want to put a midi track on it??

It'll sound terrible.
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eccs19Author Commented:
"First of all, to be able to edit the vob files you ve got to recode them to Mpeg."  Can this be done within Nero, or do I need other software? (Can you recommend something?)
Its not necessary. Thats what i thought, but its not.
Nero Vision can directly edit vob files. :)

Open Nero vision ----> Make Dvd---> Dvd Video.

Add Video Files (It supports everything) (Avi,wmv,mpeg,vob,asf.....)

Sorry for the confusion. :P
eccs19Author Commented:
No problem.  I never heard back from the client, so I'm not sure if they desided against it or not.  I will keep you informed.
Thank u for the points :)

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