The time it takes to burn DVDs 106
On Sat, 5 Feb 2005 22:26:15 -0500, A strange species called "Smarty"
Are DVDs not burned to 720x576 except for Super Long Play which is 352x576? Would it not be quicker to go to these resolutions? I don't understand how 720x480 is compliant? Is this because you are using NTSC?
Is TMPGE DVD Author 1.6 a lot better than just using the Nero 6 Suite then, i.e. Nero Vision Express?
I am capturing Mpeg-2 files from my ATI TV Tuner with the following settings: 720x576, PAL (625) 8.00M Bit-Sec, Audio 48.000 Khz, 16 bit stereo. Would these settings make the encoding take longer? Or should these be okay?
I believe I can change them. There are 4 different recording presets and I can have High Quality DVD settings down to Mpeg-1 Video CDs and Mpeg-2 Super CDs etc.
It would be good if it had the same settings as you use when burning to the DVD i.e. High Quality 60 Mins (720x576 CCIR-601 D1, 9716 Kbits), Standard 120 Mins all the way down to Super Long Play 360 Mins (352x576 Half D1, 168 plus 11 Kbits) but it doesn't unfortunately.
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The DVD Standard supports several formats besides 720x480. MPEG1: NTSC 352x240 PAL 352x288 MPEG2: NTSC 352x240...
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