[mythtv-users] Transcoding/Burning DVD
scott.francis at newisys.com
Thu Mar 25 10:59:59 EST 2004
Ok, I've read thru the archives and followed what they've said, but I have a few questions concerning people that burn DVDs from what they capture. Let me start this off by saying that I want to burn movies that I capture on DVD for personal viewing and feel that I should be able to get a 2 hour movie on a single DVD (at least that's the goal).
The issue that I have is that when I do an nuvexport and tell it to go to DVD format and then burn it, I still get some choppyness/pixelation on the resultant DVD. The original nuv file does not have this, so I'm at wits end towards why my transcoded one does. Is there something I can do in order to preserve the quality of a 2 hour type movie and still have it fit on a single DVD without any type of pixelation or artifacts?
I had thought that using the DVD export in nuvexport would result in the highest quality dvd image. I'm just trying to figure out what I'm doing incorrectly here.
BTW- I'm attempting to burn the transcoded mp3 file on my windows side using Roxio. I think it also is attempting to do an encoding phase, but at looking at the mp3 prior to this, I'm still seeing the same pixelation.
Thanks in advance.
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