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  1. Member
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    Jun 2012
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    Hello All Good People

    We have some .mov files 16:9 ( 848x480 ) that we want to render to DVD.
    Have tried a couple of conversion programmes, but can't match the dpi.

    Have never tried to do this before, so any help or info will be greatly appreciated.


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  2. Member
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    Mar 2011
    Nova Scotia, Canada
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    DVD burning software doesn't have much to do with it ... you need to encode the files to dvd compatible PAL format video. The resolution shouldn't be a problem.

    I'd try one of the above programs. I don't have much experience with .mov files ... they're Apple Quicktime format but basically really just mp4 format.

    Im my experience avstodvd worked best for a wide variety of input formats.
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