David Jimerson wrote on 5/11/2008, 12:13 PM
If you buy Vegas Pro 8 with DVD Architect, you have DVD capability.

No, not straight from the Vegas timeline to DVD, but that's not the best way to go anyway.
yellowsubmarine wrote on 5/11/2008, 12:25 PM
OK. To save you time and possible aggrevation, can you either tell me the best way to go because I probably do not have DVD Architect.? Or is there a good prior thread on this?

I know probably the best way is to get a bluray player but I do not have one.
rs170a wrote on 5/11/2008, 1:02 PM
Unless you got some kind of a special deal, DVD Architect comes bundled with Vegas Pro 8.
To learn the basics of burning with Vegas & DVDA, grab Vol. 1 Issue 7 of jetdv's (free) newsletters.

ECB wrote on 5/11/2008, 2:38 PM
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yellowsubmarine wrote on 5/11/2008, 3:01 PM
Thanks - in regards to the 2nd post, what is considered the best way?
jrazz wrote on 5/11/2008, 3:12 PM
The "Best Way" is to encode to mpg-2 with the DVDA template under the mpeg setting for the video and AC3 for the audio and then import that into DVD Architect.

j razz
Jessariah67 wrote on 5/11/2008, 7:53 PM
...and if the MPEG-2 and AC3 files have the same name and are in the same directory, DVDA will automatically assign the audio track when you drag the video track into the project.