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BryceLev
720p Footage compressed for Dual-Layered DVD. PLEASE HELP!
on Jun 6, 2007 at 3:20:32 pm

Hello,
I am trying to compress 2 hours of 720p footage onto a Dual Layer DVD and trying to maintain the best quality possible at a good bitrate.

I was wanting to see if anyone had any experience in this area. I really just need to know at what res to compress this at, and what is a safe BitRate to use. Like I said, this is going to a Dual Layered DVD+R, NOT AN HD-DVD or Blue-Ray. I would like to get the filesize around 6gb, so I can have some room to play with audio and menus.

Thanks for any help!

~Bryce


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Noah Kadner
Re: 720p Footage compressed for Dual-Layered DVD. PLEASE HELP!
on Jun 7, 2007 at 12:53:39 am

It's going to be standard def so I'd go with the recommended for a 60-minute video in compressor as you have twice the space in a DVD-DL.

Noah

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