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  1. Thank you for your time and effort! Your help is invaluable. We have invested in TotalCode Studio to convert the MP4 to MPEG2-DVD format. After much testing, we found this program gave us the best time. Speaking of using another program to encode. In Toast, there was a way to disable the encoding and only use Toast to MUX the files together into one nice neat package. Is there is a way of turning off the encoding step when using MyDVD to MUX before opening Copy DVD to burn? I am just trying to eliminate as many steps as possible to speed up the process and prevent human error.
  2. It's only 20min of footage and both format fit easily on 4.7Gb of space.
  3. I do need to add a data folder. That data folder will have the original MP4 files I have converted to MPEG2-DVD for authoring and burning. The point is to make the video for the customer in SD-DVD but also give them the original HD-MP4 files on one disc. I don't think my company will be willing to purchase from eBay. Do you know if NXT most recent version can do this? Thank you!!!
  4. I am coming from using Toast. I designed a perfect workflow for us. We use Compressor to encode the MPEG and audio files, so I could disable Toast encoding. Then we add the original Data files using the UDF Rom folder and BURN. Perfect DVD that works for us. I am trying to do the same process on a PC with Easy DVD or I guess MyDVD. I can only find an option to add photos, and not other files, like the original MP4 files. And I can not find were to disable the encoding step. I found this post with a multi-step process... http://forums.support.roxio.com/topic/43065-adding-data-files-to-a-dvd-movie-or-a-music-dvd/ There must be an easier way I am missing. Please assist!
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    Combo Video/dvd Disc

    I would like a way to burn a SD DVD for regular DVD players, and also include the source MP4 files i am burning from on the same disc. I am basically trying to not burn 2 DVD's.... one Data, one regular Any ideas?
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    Encoding Time On Different Computers

    Thank you for the quick response... I just need to find out if Roxio will give us a free upgrade. I believe we purchased the 4 licenses just over 60 days ago. I will continue testing...
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    Encoding Time On Different Computers

    We just purchased a few Mac's.... an iMac 27"w/ Intel i5 and a MacPro w/ 2x 2.4 Xeon Quad-Core processor. The Encoding time is same on both computers! Why is the encoding time on both Macs basically the same? We bought the iMac for simple photo editing and printing and the MacPro for encoding and burning DVD's ... and now i am finding both working the same, not good! My source files are MP4 H.264 10.05Mbit to be burns on a SD DVD (NTSC) Am I missing a setting to speed up the encoding time on the Mac Pro?
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