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Captured DV quality AVI to DVD

Discussion in 'Other video questions' started by albert_d, Jan 4, 2003.

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    albert_d Member

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    could anyone tell me how to get to quality dvd's. i use different tools to capture but they are not very good in mpeg2 quality. my avi is in DV quality and i want to make a DVD. I captured it by Pinnacle Studio 8 or Sonic MyDVD4.0 both are not very good in DVD quality. Help me please. do you use TMpegEnc.??????/ _X_X_X_X_X_[small]albert_d[/small]
     
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    z0diac Regular member

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    Have you tried ULead VideoStudio 6? It has built-in DV capturing support, although I've never tried it.
     
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    Yes, i tried ulead. The problem is not capturing, but to make a very good dvd
     
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    At a high bitrate like 7mbps you should be able to get about 1hr of DV-quality video onto a DVD. Try setting your output mpeg2 file to custom and crank up the bitrate as high as it will go.
     
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    thanks. bitrate justified at 8000 in pinnacle. and created a temp dvd on my drive. Also created a mpeg file with TMPenc bitrate8000 bit 10 with very high quality witch is the best solution regarding quality. after that also created a tmp dvd on my drive with SpruceUp. and indeed the quality is better.

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