How much info are you tryi

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How much info are you trying to put onto a DVD? I’ve discovered that about 2 hours of video is where you’ll really start to notice quality degradation. Usually, if I have around two hours or more of final product, I’ll split it into a 2 (or more) disc set, which allows me to keep the quality higher than if I just tried to shoehorn all that data onto one disc.

I also agree with the above posts, 7Mbps one or two pass is good stuff for quality.

The other alternative is that your editing software is somehow butchering the video quality as it’s being imported, though the default settings should be fine if you’re using premiere.

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