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Maximizing Encoding On Dvd Project


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Is there any way within T11 to maximize the encoding of a DVD project by making T11 fill the whole DVD arising from a MPEG file? For example I had a +20gb MPEG file that I want to convert to a DVD (not HD). When I burn the DVD I can see the "meter" only filling up half the DVD (approx). Thus if I were to fill the entire DVD to the max I believe i would be getting a less compressed project (along the same lines of burning a VIDEO_TS folder with "fit to dvd"). Thanks

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Choosing Best Quality should be all you need to do. There is a maximum bit rate that can't be exceeded or a DVD won't be playable on a DVD player. If your video is less than about an hour and fifteen minutes in length then it will take less than the full disc because of that maximum. If you went to the Custom encoder settings window you can manually raise the average and maximum bit rates near their maximum and change the audio to uncompress PCM. That won't necessarily make the disc look or play better.

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Choosing Best Quality should be all you need to do. There is a maximum bit rate that can't be exceeded or a DVD won't be playable on a DVD player.

 

 

I guess this is the main point, even if I could get more data (better video quality), the DVD player wont play it. Thus the only choice to improve video quality is burn a hd dvd that can be played on Blu Ray player. Thanks.

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