I have created a 1.97 GB AVI within Adobe Premiere 6.0 .titles, music etc.
I would really like to burn this onto a DVD so I can player it on my DVD player or send to people to watch.
I am just trying to understand the best way to do this, as I really want to retain the quality digital video gives.
I have tried programmes such as tmpgenc to create an mpg then use the tmpgenc DVD author to files which will burn as DVD VoB files etc. However when I do all this quality if effected and the sound broke up !!!
I am now looking at use the Adobe export option to export as mpg. I have done this as follows
Save to web / Setting / MPG / 2 X CDROM / PAL 352 X 288
The 1.97 GB file was compressed to 43 MB with a file extension of MPEG 1 layer 2 and again quality was effected.
Question is . How can I retain maximum file size to hopefully retain maximum quality I am going about this in the right way I would really welcome any help or suggestions.
Thank you for your time .and kind regards