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Håvard Fandrem
Content to big for DVD, how to lower size without loosing quality?
on Jul 2, 2009 at 3:25:17 pm

Hello!

This is my first post in this forum, so please be gentle if I do anything wrong.

I have recently been working on a DVD project, where it is one main video clip, about 1,5 hour long and size 4 gB, and 2 "bonus materiel" clips, about 750 mB and 450 mB. This is too big for my 4,7 gB DVD, and, logically I have to decrease the size alot.

But how do that without loosing any noteable quality?

I am new to Adobe Encore DVD, and used Videocopilot.net's "DVD Authoring"-tutorial to learn the basic. (http://tinylink.com/?6xQU05hJs3)

I rendered the video clips with this settings:

PAL, 720x576, 25 FPS, Uppoer, Quality 5
48 kHz, 16 bit, Stereo, PCM
CBR 6,00 (Mbps)

Regards,

Håvard Fandrem


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Joe Bowden
Re: Content to big for DVD, how to lower size without loosing quality?
on Jul 2, 2009 at 10:36:42 pm

You will have to do your own bit budget if you are rendering to MPEG-2 outside of Encore. Go to videohelp.com, check the tools section, and then look for a bit budgeting application, which will determine the optimum bit rate based on the duration of your video, audio, and any subtitles.

If you give Encore AVI or MOV files, it will do all the bit budgeting for you.



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