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I recently purchased a Samsung 4K UHD TV and would like to convert DVD's I own to a compatible video output file on an external hard drive using he Roxio Creator NXD Pro 3 software. I have read that the best codec for this process is H.265 to produce a compatible MPEG-4 file that can be used on Blu-ray discs and USB storage devices. What is the best stock or custom settings using the Roxio Video Copy & Convert program that I can use for the output of the DVD conversion using either the stock offerings or a custom setting in order to maximize the output quality for the 4K UHD TV? I do not find the H.265 codec, only the H.264. Will the H.265 codec be added as an update soon?
Hello! I have a problem with Toast Titanium 10. I want to burn a DVD, but the quality always gets really bad, which is weird. Toast is usually able to compress huge files and maintain good quality but now it’s not working for me. When I have it set to automatic compression and drag the file into Toast it only takes 341MB of the DVD. The file I want to burn is a .mov file that is 5GB and has a bit rate of 123.12 mbit/s. It’s a full-HD file with a DNxHD codec. How can I get Toast to use all of the disc space? I’m not finding how to do it under the custom settings? I don’t want to compress the original file because it always loses quality when I try to make it in to a H.264 or similar. Many thanks!
We've been using Toast 11 Titanium since July 2012 to convert our 8GB HD .mov files to h.264 video files and then upload to a video on demand service. None of our custom settings within Toast have been changed nor has the .mov file size changed. However, I noticed today, rather than the h.264 files being 300 - 325 MB, they're now 700 - 750 MB files. FYI: Using a MacBook Pro running IOS 10.7.5 Toast 11.1 A gentleman working for the video on demand service originally helped customize our Toast conversion settings but he's no longer working for the company. Could anyone lend a hand? Our technological IQ isn't very high so a Conversion For Dummies approach would be appreciate. Thank you!