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Burning a DVD for projection

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by rbuchner, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. rbuchner

    rbuchner Member

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    Hi,
    I have a friend getting married this friday (tomorrow!).
    So I made him a slide show with music etc...
    I called the DJ guy and he told me to give him a DVD disc, so he can test it before to see if everything is fine.

    So I rendered the slideshow setting the options as DVD, etc...

    When I watch on my PC monitor, the video I just made looks a bit blurred, as low-res files.

    But all the images are tack-sharp and high-res, but the rendering is downsampling the files.

    What setting should I use, so I can preserve most of the image quality?

    Im a total hookie on this, so please be easy...

    Thanks!!!

    Ricardo
     
  2. whassup

    whassup Regular member

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    Yes, you're right. It's the program you're using.

    In my experience, almost all slideshow programs will encode in low-res, which is unacceptable.

    The only program which encodes in hi-res (that I've found) is Ulead CD & DVD Pictureshow. Current version is 4 but the best version was 2, which had the highest resolution. However, v4 is acceptable on a non-HD tv.
     

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