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July 19, 2012 at 2:53 PM #47569AnonymousGuest
Hello Sony vegas Pro Expert Video maker.
I wanna ask about the “best’ way to edit avchd then burn into dvd disc(4,7Gb) that have a ‘best quality”
when I have been done edit avchd in sony vegas pro 11, what step should I do to render so I can burn into DVD Disc(4,7GB) that compatible to almost dvd players.
is’nt it from FILE – Render AS – …
or TOOLS – Render as New Track – …
then what output setting for it? DVD Architect or Program Stream PAL/NTSC?
FYI, I’m using sony HDR-XR150E.
thank you so much.
sorry for my bad english
July 19, 2012 at 5:10 PM #196119theonecanoeParticipant
You can burn a DVD (or a Blu-Ray disc) directly from the timeline. I don’t have the program open infront of me, but I’m pretty sure it’s “Tools>burn DVD disc, or Tools>burn Blu-Ray disc” Really simple. I use this all the time to make Blu-ray discs.
July 20, 2012 at 2:45 AM #196120AnonymousGuest
thanks for the reply 🙂
but Im still ‘confused’ about the output setting when rendering.
July 20, 2012 at 2:59 AM #196121palladini971Participant
All DVD disks have to be in MPEG2 file format and have a specific file structure, if you want the DVD to play in any DVD player on the planet That structure can be seen here – http://www.asimplelife.ca/dvd.html Thus you will loose the HD quality of your files when you put them on a DVD
July 20, 2012 at 6:42 AM #196122AnonymousGuest
thanks for the reply, i’m understand a little bit about the render setting, 🙂
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