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Questions About Progressive MPEG2 DVDs

Discussion in 'Video to DVD' started by seagrave, May 3, 2011.

  1. seagrave

    seagrave Regular member

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    I have a digital camera that I use to shoot SD video at 30fps. I'd like to convert these progressive videos to DVD but I'd prefer NOT to convet to NTSC 480i at 29.976fps. I'm wondering if I can convert them to 30fps 480p... if so

    1: what software can I use...

    2: will such videos create problems on older NTSC TVs?

    Thanks!
     
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    Thanks for responding Attar. The reason I wonder if progressive files might work is that I've heard that some standard DVDs contain CGI segments that are progressive even if the rest of, say a movie, are interlaced. So I wondered if the NTSC DVD players can interlace on the fly if needed.

    I'll check out FAVC.
     
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