I use my cameras on their highest settings and get m2ts or mov files at 1920x1080....then i author in Power Director to make the final video/slide show and get an mpg file of 1280x720 ...I am happy with this quality.....
But...when i try to make it into a DVD file all the software...MS DVD maker....Power Producer....DVD Flick etc. seem to reduce it to 720x512 or something.
I don't want it reduced from 1280x720..... what programs will allow me to do that?
Also any programs which will just do the originals into DVD?
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You'll need either a blu ray player, or a media player (like a WD TV Live) to playback high def files. An HTPC is also an option.
DVD-video is always lower resolution than what you are getting from your cameras.
NO.. DVD format, to play on ANY dvd player requires a max of 720
you can create blu-ray discs in Hi-Def
or you can create PC video data
but IF you want to make DVD's...it has to conform to dvd standards
Thanks guys....just shows my total lack of understanding about the videos.
I was thinking...well my HD video is only 4 gb so it should fit on a DVD.... sure it does if its just files to play on a computer...no need to edit. I always wondered what the fuss was about this Bluray thingy ...lol.
I upload my m2ts videos to Youtube and then download as mp4 and they look great on my smartphone or tablet screens...