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I'm using EMC 8. I captured my video using Media Import. Why does it break it up into scenes? Then I used MyDVD to create a DVD. If I view just the .avi file, it looks really good and smooth but when I burn the DVD and view it, it is choppy and seems to be lower quality. Any ideas?

 

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With all the info you provided??? Not a clue :lol:

 

It starts with the Capture Settings you picked – only use DV AVI or MPEG2 720 X 480

 

Then in MyDVD you have to set the output Quality to Best Quality – File Project Properties

 

You may need to set the Rendering to Software – MyDVD – Tools – Options.

 

Suggest you have a disc or 2 of DVD RW which you can practice with and reuse.

 

Scenes are not automatic. You had to tell it to do that! You may be confusing Chapters for Scenes but if it created Menu buttons, they are chapters and you didn't clear the checkmark in the selector.

 

Video is complex and you can see that vague questions evoke vague answers. Details help!

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With all the info you provided??? Not a clue :lol:

 

It starts with the Capture Settings you picked – only use DV AVI or MPEG2 720 X 480

 

Then in MyDVD you have to set the output Quality to Best Quality – File Project Properties

 

You may need to set the Rendering to Software – MyDVD – Tools – Options.

 

Suggest you have a disc or 2 of DVD RW which you can practice with and reuse.

 

Scenes are not automatic. You had to tell it to do that! You may be confusing Chapters for Scenes but if it created Menu buttons, they are chapters and you didn't clear the checkmark in the selector.

 

Video is complex and you can see that vague questions evoke vague answers. Details help!

 

My apology. I guess I'm too new in this area to even know how to ask a question. It shows thumbnails as it captures and it puts a caption on each thumbnail of "scene 001", "scene 002", etc. I'll see if I can figure out how I got the "scenes" turned on.

 

Thanks for your help.

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My apology. I guess I'm too new in this area to even know how to ask a question. It shows thumbnails as it captures and it puts a caption on each thumbnail of "scene 001", "scene 002", etc. I'll see if I can figure out how I got the "scenes" turned on.

 

Thanks for your help.

If you don't want the scenes, don't worry about them. When you want to edit, open that file in Video Wave and the entire file will be brought in for editing. If you want scenes, watch this.

 

 

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