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avidoom
Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 13, 2004 at 5:43:49 am

There is a check box on the final burn screen of DVDWS 1.3 that says "do not encode compliant file." It's checked by default on my system, so where can I found this feature on version 2.0?

Thanks


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John Price
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 13, 2004 at 7:05:22 am

DVDWS 2.0 dosnt convert compliant files AFAIK

Regards

John


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avidoom
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 13, 2004 at 8:03:06 am

Thank's John for your response. Did you mean that DVDWS 2.0 don't re-encode the compliant files? It's an automatic function or something?


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John Price
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 13, 2004 at 1:39:24 pm

Did you mean that DVDWS 2.0 don't re-encode the compliant files? It's an automatic function or something?

Yep, unless someone knows differently

My Clue from the Help Menu

Convert to Disc Template Select to re-render the video file to the output format specified in the Finish Step. This is disabled when the file is not DVD compliant, DVD Workshop will automatically render it.

Regards

John


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avidoom
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 13, 2004 at 5:25:53 pm

Thank's again, know is perfectly clear.


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David Strelitz
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 14, 2004 at 9:43:27 pm

To clarify
You set your project settings at the start- Lets say you choose a HQ AC3 template or one that you have taken and tweaked i.e "My HQ AC3" template.
You have your video assets encoded outside of WS lets assume they are M2v and wav made in Procoder/Cinemacraft or TMGenc.

Now as you import the video and audio you have the option to convert to template- uness your audio is already AC3 you will want the M2v left alone (unticked) but the audio converted (ticked).......and you do it for every video file you import. It works very well without any issues.


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avidoom
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
on Feb 16, 2004 at 3:47:31 am

Very good description, thank's a lot


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CJ
Re: Do not encode compliant file feature
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on Feb 27, 2004 at 5:22:17 am

2.0 move "don't convert .." check box onto video panel of each title. If you check "convert to disc template", 2.0 will convert this title according to the disc template you set. Otherwise, it will not convert this title.


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