I was excited to burn my f


I was excited to burn my first DVD of a project this week. However when I played it on my TV the color seemed drab and washed out. I also noticed some artifacts during the playback. I rendered the project to digital tape and the color and image quality are far superior. I have burnt DVDs using VBR and CBR compression. Both compressions look about the same. It certainly seems to be a codec problem. The DVDs were burnt at the 100% quality setting in my editing program (Studio Plus 9) with the bit rate set at 8000 ( the highest avaliable). Is this a common problem? How do I burn a DVD that is as good as the source video? Thanks. Mike

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