Proper settings to burn a DVD for Architect

ingeborgdot wrote on 4/17/2019, 7:42 AM

I have not burned a DVD for a long time but I made a video and a person wants a bunch of DVDs made. I try telling them that they won't be in HD but they don't care.

Well, everything I do at this point is either filmed in 720 60p or 1080 60p. When I take the video into Vegas Pro 16 what should I set my properties too? Field order mainly. Then when I render? I am out of the loop for DVD for sure. Anyone care to help me out? Thanks so much.

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j-v wrote on 4/18/2019, 2:39 AM

Because you only make a DVD the best is to choose DVD projectsettings, because all Vegas stuff as Mediagenerators for text you will being add, are than made in that format.


Your other files will and has to be rendered to a mpeg2 DVD Architekt videofile and a separate audiofile with the same name and location as the only videofile.

For that DVD you have 2 choices for the framerate in the rendersettings 24p(2) or 29,970i(1). The best you can try with a few little files of both sources, which one gives the finest result.

I have no experience for NTSC, but I made in the past a lot DVDs in PAL, so if something is maybe a little wrong I hope an experienced NTSC user will correct that.

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