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Make note of the "video quality" bar in the "select title or folder" window.

I believe you will find the rotating disc is displayed when the video quality is "identical", meaning you are burning straight to the media without any addiitonal compression being needed.

I believe the preview window appears if the transcoder has been activated due to the source material being too big for the media, requiring addiitonal compression. The "video quality" indicator would have given you some idea about the resulting video quality.

 

 

Thank you, that makes perfect sense. It is correct that the times when I see the preview is when there is additional compression. I just never realised it until you mentioned it.

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Great observation rich. I'll keep that in mind the next time I see that. I'm curious as to how you figured that out. Was it just knowing that on times you were using compression that the preview window of the DVD was showing and at other times just the rotating blue disk ?

 

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Hello,

 

I am curious about something. How come when I'm copying a DVD using Disc Copier I see a small preview window of the DVD and other times (most of the time) it's just a rotating blue disc? Thanks.

 

Mike

 

Make note of the "video quality" bar in the "select title or folder" window.

I believe you will find the rotating disc is displayed when the video quality is "identical", meaning you are burning straight to the media without any addiitonal compression being needed.

I believe the preview window appears if the transcoder has been activated due to the source material being too big for the media, requiring addiitonal compression. The "video quality" indicator would have given you some idea about the resulting video quality.

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