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  • in reply to: converting slides #171112
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    Back again…. Anybody with experience using a Nikon Coolscan?

    in reply to: compatible DVD standard? #171331
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    thanks to all of you for your input. It has been very helpful and very educational. Although the problem could be any of these things, I have come to believe a big part of it has to do with using stick-on paper labels, which i will discontinue immediately.
    thanks again.

    in reply to: compatible DVD standard? #171323
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    Thank you Endeavor. Would you mind if I asked you some more questions? I would also love to hear the answers from others out there who do video for money.

    1. What brand of media do you use?
    2. Do you ever use Duel Layer?
    3. What burner do you use?
    4. What editing program do you use?
    5. When you make the Disc, what audio settings do you use? (PCM? MPA?)
    6. When you make an AVI, what setting do you use for compression? (DV Video encoder, DIVX, Cinepac, etc?)
    7. In Studio, when making a disc, what advanced settings should be chosen?
    – VBR or CBR bit rate?
    – Progressive encoding/ Always re-encode entire movie/ Enforce strict DVD compatibility?

    I know that is a lot of questions, but I just need to make sure I am doing this right, and if anyone can add their two cents it would be valuable to me, and I’m sure to thers.

    Thanks

    in reply to: compatible DVD standard? #171321
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    Do any of you make money doing video? If so, do you have these problems? Are your clients always able to play the DVDs? If so, how do you do it?

    in reply to: compatible DVD standard? #171320
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    Thanks for the info on "regions." But how can we best insure that our burned DVDs are going to play in the most players?

    in reply to: I need some help #191866
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    I would stick with Studio 9 for now. I have S9 on one computer and s10 on another. Studio 9 is much more reliable and easier to use.

    in reply to: converting slides #171109
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    Thanks for the advice.

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