By moving back to a more powerful desktop. My first video editing was years ago on a Acer ter-600. Yup, Pentium 3 at 600MHz and 6 hours to get the DVD rendered. Today the office has much faster PCs and we do the same work in under a hour.
This is what I have been doing:
1. I record public domain video clips that come from Windows
Media Center. These are old public education videos on safe
driving and healthy living. Windows Media Center records
these video in a .wtv format.
2. I then take the .wtv video clips and input them into Windows
Live Movie Make to have them converted into .wmv format.
3. I then am able to input these files into my So Think Movie
DVD Maker program and they will be burned to a DVD.
Taking a .wtv file into my DVD Burn program does not work.
Does anyone know of a better way to speed up this process? Am I making this too complicated?