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    Hello

    Do I really need to encode my video file TWICE just to watch it on my t.v?
    Cant I just create "Vob" files or something in vegas which will just play on my dvd player without the need to encode it TWICE???

    At the moment I render my video as DVD PAL MPEG 2 which creates an mpeg video file which will play of course if your dvd player is mpeg 4 compatable,BUT mine isnt.

    Then I encode the mpeg 2 file with ulead dvd workshop to make an ISO file
    which I then finally burn to a dvd.

    Is there a better/easyer way to tackel this problem??

    Thanks
    Mark

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    Not that I know of. If someone else has I would like to know.
    Wil

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    Well, I dont know the best way for speed / quality, I do it by rendering a dv avi and then letting dvd architect recompress for the dvd.

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    I do my video rendering to MPEG in Vegas, (DVDA Compatible Video Stream) audio as AC3 in Vegas as well, and then (as long as you don't select Reduce Interlace Flicker`in DVDA), it takes about two seconds to prepare the DVD. Well, not quite that quick, but very speedy..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark W View Post
    Well, I dont know the best way for speed / quality, I do it by rendering a dv avi and then letting dvd architect recompress for the dvd.

    So mark you think its better to let your dvd authorising program do the hard work with the rendering.?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turn Media View Post
    I do my video rendering to MPEG in Vegas, (DVDA Compatible Video Stream) audio as AC3 in Vegas as well, and then (as long as you don't select Reduce Interlace Flicker`in DVDA), it takes about two seconds to prepare the DVD. Well, not quite that quick, but very speedy..
    Umm I am now a bit confused!
    But you Turn media think its better to let vegas do the hard work.

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    General opinion seems to be (mostly from other boards) that DVDAs recompression abilities are not as good as Vegas. I for one don't know why that should be, but I've seen it said a fair few times.

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    I let vegas do it because it has VBR for beter quilty. DVDA only has CBR.
    Wil

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chapman Photography View Post
    ... it has VBR for beter quilty.....
    I love that better 'quilty' stuff

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    Sorry MarkW ( I'd be interested to know why you prefer architect to compress!) . I've tried both and I've found I do get beter quilty from rendering in Vegas.

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