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BrianR

Video File Quality For Blu-Ray

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I have .MTS files in hi-def that I want to build a Vwave Blu-ray project with - need to understand the Video File Quality choices better.

 

When I select "Blu-ray Authoring", the default (1st image below) is "Blu-ray HQ". However, the Video File Quality specs show 24 frames/second not 29.97 fps.

 

Choosing "Blu-ray SP (NTSC)" gives 29.97 fps but isn't the default choice. (See 2nd image below)

 

Which should I be using for the best video and audio quality, and how does the fps setting affect the result?

 

Tanks,

 

Bria

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HQ is as good as it gets... MBPS trumps FPS every time :lol:

 

You should also see an option for 'Same as Original'. That would be the one to go with ;)

 

Be sure to force the setting to HQ in your MyDVD Project!

 

Otherwise it always defaults to 'Fit to Disc' which is the poorest choice you can make :(

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