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Dot wrote on 5/18/2020, 10:02 PM

Can you tell us which template you are using? did you change any settings? How long is your video?

EricLNZ wrote on 5/18/2020, 10:35 PM

Anyone know why DVD Architect wants to recompress these mpeg-2 DVD files?

Presumably because they are non compliant. In addition to Dot's queries does DVDA want to recompress both video and audio streams?

RicardoSan wrote on 5/18/2020, 10:57 PM

Can you tell us which template you are using? did you change any settings? How long is your video?

Used DVD Architect 24p NTSC Widescreen video stream and all I did was just change the profile and level settings from Main to High. I had like 7 videos and they're like 3 minutes each so it's not a lot.

Dot wrote on 5/18/2020, 11:15 PM

It might be because you changed the PROFILE/LEVEL. These are set for DVD standard. Leave it as it is. The only things you should change are BITRATE and ONE OR TWO PASS, VIDEO QUALITY and CLOSED OR OPEN GOP. And do not render with AUDIO. Audio should be a separate file, either AC3 or WAV.

RicardoSan wrote on 5/18/2020, 11:25 PM

It might be because you changed the PROFILE/LEVEL. These are set for DVD standard. Leave it as it is. The only things you should change are BITRATE and ONE OR TWO PASS, VIDEO QUALITY and CLOSED OR OPEN GOP. And do not render with AUDIO. Audio should be a separate file, either AC3 or WAV.

Would you do variable bit rate or Constant Bit Rate? Also yeah I know that audio should be seperate, I always do .wav.

RicardoSan wrote on 5/18/2020, 11:43 PM

It might be because you changed the PROFILE/LEVEL. These are set for DVD standard. Leave it as it is. The only things you should change are BITRATE and ONE OR TWO PASS, VIDEO QUALITY and CLOSED OR OPEN GOP. And do not render with AUDIO. Audio should be a separate file, either AC3 or WAV.

Hey it works now since I left the settings as is.