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    Lightbulb DVD Architect Audio Quality

    When I render a .m2ts @ 256kbps to a DVD then view the .vob properties the file is 192kbps but when I render using ConvertXtoDVD my .vob file is 256kbps and sounds much better? I can not figure out how to change DVDA's rendering settings.

    Also the DVDA compared to ConvertXtoDVD in video bitrate is different. DVDA produced a file (Data:9500kbps Total: 9692kbps) and ConvertXtoDVD produced a file (Data:8944 Total:9200) and that was on "auto best settings"
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    Default

    File/properties is the way to go. Click on the relevant setting, and you'll get a drop down box.

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    Yeah I figured it out under optimize
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    Yes, you can get to the properties dialogue via 'optimize' too.

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    your better of rendering Sony Vegas as there is more control, do as a MPEG2 with a AC3 audio file and DDVD-A will not require to re-render the file, making it quicker.

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