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Is this a slideshow? A video production? What program in the suite did you use to burn to the DVD? Also, some specs on your pc would be helpful in trouble shooting

 

Its a video production

I have a new dell Duel Core 2, I am trying to make a high quality Dvd with EMC10's "MYDVD." They Burn just fine, but when they finish they look like crap compared to the original content I created. The original movie is a WMV file not an AVI. I have changed the quality settings and tried burning with both the hardware and software.

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Its a video production

I have a new dell Duel Core 2, I am trying to make a high quality Dvd with EMC10's "MYDVD." They Burn just fine, but when they finish they look like crap compared to the original content I created. The original movie is a WMV file not an AVI. I have changed the quality settings and tried burning with both the hardware and software.

How long is your production? Once you go over an hour quality will start to drop.

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How long is your production? Once you go over an hour quality will start to drop.

About 20 mins

 

About 20 mins

 

What format would you suggest me to create the production with. There are no limitations, I just went with WMV because it saved space and looked good on a 42 in LCD.

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About 20 mins

 

 

 

What format would you suggest me to create the production with. There are no limitations, I just went with WMV because it saved space and looked good on a 42 in LCD.

 

If they look good for you, that is all that counts. I like using .avi files, and they do take up a lot of space, but I have the hard drive space to store them.

 

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If they look good for you, that is all that counts. I like using .avi files, and they do take up a lot of space, but I have the hard drive space to store them.

Does EMC10 have any problems with avi or quicktime? No the reason I like to keep size down is to transfer it from office to office via a network, but now I want to create a DVD so file space is no issue.

 

Thanks for the help by the way, Do you think it could be my dvd burner. Its just the defalt that came with the computer.

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Does EMC10 have any problems with avi or quicktime? No the reason I like to keep size down is to transfer it from office to office via a network, but now I want to create a DVD so file space is no issue.

 

Thanks for the help by the way, Do you think it could be my dvd burner. Its just the defalt that came with the computer.

 

 

In what format is the original video? If its avi then that is what you should use as input to myDVD and then select High or Best quality for you output. If you reduce the file size then you will lose quality and never get it back

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In what format is the original video? If its avi then that is what you should use as input to myDVD and then select High or Best quality for you output. If you reduce the file size then you will lose quality and never get it back

 

There are no issues like that this is a video I created in a program called Camtasia, It is a movie of high quality images fading in and out, so there are no video files except for the file I render and create

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There are no issues like that this is a video I created in a program called Camtasia, It is a movie of high quality images fading in and out, so there are no video files except for the file I render and create

 

 

I assume "by high quality images" you are referring to photos? If yes why are you creating low quality video in Camtasia by outputting to wmv? You could just as well do all you production in EMC 10, there is no need to bother with Camtasia at all. All "high quality" images get reduced in quality when you create video for DVDs (which is 720x480 unless you are creating HD video)

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