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Can Toast Take Mpeg 2 Files Without Re-Encoding For Dvd?

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Yes. However, if the existing MPEG 2 video is not within the video DVD specs Toast will re-encode it to meet the specs. Toast has a "Never Re-encode" option in its custom encoder settings window that usually results in the mpeg 2 video being multiplexed rather than encoded when creating a video DVD.

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Thank you for your response - Im using bitvice to encode so does your answer mean it would just take the files and use them as it should without doubling up encoding...Im assuming it needs to multiplex?

Correct. Re-encoding those MPEG 2 videos is very unlikely.

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