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When exporting a videowave edit what is the best AVHD file to use for general watching on 40 inch widescreen TV, There are many with different screens and I am a little confused, I am fairly new to Roxio

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What prgram do you have?

Thanks for your reply. I have roxio 2011

 

I wish to export to pc to play on a TV or/also to play into a projector via a Mac bk pro (playing raw from)

 

I have already burnt this as a split file to dvd mpeg2 but the files are too big for burning AVHD onto dvd

 

The Reason. We are a small variety club and our show was filmed. I will be having a social get together with the cast for a preview and would like to show via the highest quality possible

I will also need to find a way to play these window formats on a mac but that is a task for tomorrow.

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Thanks for your reply. I have roxio 2011

 

I wish to export to pc to play on a TV or/also to play into a projector via a Mac bk pro (playing raw from)

 

I have already burnt this as a split file to dvd mpeg2 but the files are too big for burning AVHD onto dvd

 

The Reason. We are a small variety club and our show was filmed. I will be having a social get together with the cast for a preview and would like to show via the highest quality possible

I will also need to find a way to play these window formats on a mac but that is a task for tomorrow.

 

There are a couple of options depending on some answers you might provide.

 

1) Consider using the free VLC video player; there is a version for both PC and MAC. It should play the high definition mpg2 files.

2) What is the resolution of the original video? If you try to upconvert, you may end up with poorer quality that what you started with.

3) Have you tried to use Copy and Convert to create a Video-H264 High Definition type file? That file is compatible with both PC and Mac.

4) An AVCHD disc can hold only about 40 minutes of highest definition video on a single layer DVD. How long is your presentation? Have you considered a DL disc?

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There are a couple of options depending on some answers you might provide.

 

1) Consider using the free VLC video player; there is a version for both PC and MAC. It should play the high definition mpg2 files.

2) What is the resolution of the original video? If you try to upconvert, you may end up with poorer quality that what you started with.

3) Have you tried to use Copy and Convert to create a Video-H264 High Definition type file? That file is compatible with both PC and Mac.

4) An AVCHD disc can hold only about 40 minutes of highest definition video on a single layer DVD. How long is your presentation? Have you considered a DL disc?

Thank you for detailed reply

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1. I have not considered this but now brought to my attention I will

2. the original was shot by me in a HD camcorder. I normally convert downwards because everybody does not have HD tv

3. No because I do not know how to do this

4. Yes I am aware that AVHD are very large files

 

I will produce sd dvd's for my friends to keep but I want to show a preview from my laptop if possible using best quality.

i am producing the video edits on a pc using 2011 and I have to find a programme to play/convert the files on my Mac bk pro. It seems that your suggestion of VLC may solve this

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