Ive got a bunch of VOB (mp2) files from DVDs - far too many to transcode to, say, H.264 format), plus i dont want to lose any quality. I want to be able to stream these from my (linux) server. What software do I need?

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Could someone suggest the best software package to use for NON-web based multimedia on a Mac. I know Flash is the choice for anything web but what would you use to create interactive instructional material that will be burned to DVD?

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Toshiba is taking another crack at high-definition DVD, sort of. Half a year after it [URL=http://www.hddvdfreak.com/2008/02/hd-dvd-is-dead.html]ceased combat major operations[/URL] in the format wars with Philips, Sony and the Blu-ray format, Toshiba has taken the wraps off [URL=http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/dvd/]XDE[/URL], a new up-conversion format that it claims can wring more resolution from pictures on your standard-resolution DVDs. The premier model is available now for a list price of US$149.99. Dubbed the XD-E500, the unit converts the 480p DVD signal to 720p, 1080i or 1080p. The mode you select depends on the resolution of your display. There are also sharp, color and contrast modes, …

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Warner Brothers certainly has a lot of weight to throw around the consumer technology - and their latest move landed squarely on increasingly frustrated HD-DVD providers. In a move that signals a tectonic shift in the consumer video industry, Warner Bros. Entertainment announced last week that it will release its high-definition DVD titles exclusively in the Blu-ray disc format, most likely starting later this year. The news came straight from the top -- from Barry Meyer, Chairman & CEO, Warner Bros. and Kevin Tsujihara, President, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Group. “Warner Bros.’ move to exclusively release in the Blu-ray disc …

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Nikon seems poised to be the first company to bring 'cordless' digital still cameras to consumers, it seems. The Coolpix P1 and Coolpix P2 cameras will use 802.11 Wi-Fi technology to transfer images to your PC or printer. The cameras are due to arrive in retail later in September. The 8 megapixel P1 and 5 megapixel P2 will sell for $550 and $400 respectively. Both will offer 3.5X optical zoom, have the capability of transferring images to PC immediately they are taken (handy for laptop users) and be able to connect either directly to a single PC or to a …

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