I love DVD Architect ( DVDA), I have a free trial of DVDA Studio 3.0 ( I wish I could find version 3.0 on a store shelf somewhere)
I'm not sure I totally understand your question, so forgive me if I get it wrong.
But you don't really need DVDA to convert and burn Youtube videos to DVD.
Here's the way I usually do it. I burned hundreds of .FLV's this way.
(Depending on the .FLV size, and format)
I use DVDstyler (free) and just drag the .FLV's into DVDstylers time line, set my chapters, create my menus, etc.
DVDStyler can make really nice looking scene select menu's, motion menu's, etc.
Unless . . . you actually need a DVD with .Wav, PCM, LPCM, for audio. Then . . . I would use DVDA, Nero, or Muxman. DVDstyler won't make a DVD with .Wav, PCM, LPCM, for audio.
If all else fails, give it a try.
If I need to edit the FLV's . . . Merge FLV's etc. Then I do the following.
I always convert the .FLV to MPEG2 (video), MP2. (audio). My old version of Vegas will accept MPEG2, MP2.
I use Winx HD Video Converter, (not free) but never fails. I change the default 1920 x 1080 to 720 x 480, (depending on the size of the FLV, I don't want to stretch it too much, so i might keep the FLV the original size, and use a black border in vegas to fill it out to 720 x 480)
I have never used any video converter so I can't help you there.
Try converting the .FLV to MPEG2, video, MP2 audio, if you can. I'm sure DVDA & Vegas will accept MP2 audio.
Hope this helps.
Just for my own curiosity, will your version of DVDA accept m2v video? I heard that DVDA 3.0 was the last version that would accept m2v.
Edited by 12x48y, 03 July 2011 - 10:05 AM.