We would strongly recommend that only the highest settings are used for DVD authoring. Some of the lower quality options might be acceptable for simple DVD backups, but they will seriously degrade the quality you achieve when authoring your DVD. For DVD authoring, we recommend using higher quality, but lower bitrate settings to save computer memory. For editing purposes, you may want to use the best possible encoding settings, but the lower quality settings may also be acceptable when the final release is a DVD or VOD. As noted above, DVD authoring functions may be usefully combined with the analog output from Turtle Beach.
Hi,I bought AVCHD to release to a disc. It defaults to HD, so I set it to 720 50 or 44Mbps, and set it to PAL PAL 25, and if it doesnt look right in that - vs native - video mode I *lose* the picture. You are therefore suggesting, as is my conclusion, that I should go back to the default and turn this off. BUT, AVCHD is PAL and so is 720 50, not 1080 50. If I change that and go back to PAL, will the flickering on HD (50) be the same as it was in PAL both when it was nominal 1080 50, or PAL 1080 50. It seems to depend on why I passed it from native mode to PAL?I know that the way to change PAL is to change standard to PAL, but I guess if the only mode on an AVR is TVout then this will all be set right anyway.Thanks for any help,Sara (Sara Batchelor) - purchased December 7rth but only counted as new on December 10th, Merry Christmas,I hope your son has an impressive christmas too.
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Hi to have figured all this out yet ty. I've got a mini dvd author that will do all that, and has an extra nifty feature like 1 hour slots for scenerys which i can just simply drag windows and drop a windows.swf onto them, add an image and then use the time slider and drag the slider back to 5 seconds and it makes an scenery track for me.v 1.1.0 d2c66b5586