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    Hi again!

    I'm still trying to figure out two things:

    1. Regarding Canopus DVD Creator and Edius ProCoder, what is the benifit of choosing one over another for burning DVD's?

    2. If using ProCoder to burn a DVD, how do you change the writing speed?

    Thanks for you help!

    Mark
    Mark

  • #2
    The DVD Creator will both encode and burn the DVD but the features are fairly basic.
    Procoder is for encoding only and you will have to use a different app (i.e.e Nero, etc.) to burn the DVD. That is where you will change the burn speed.

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    • #3
      I'm obviously missing something here - sorry if I apear a bit dumb! Up to this point if I wanted to burn a DVD I'd:

      1. Click file and choose Print to File.

      2. Exporter window opens and I choose ProCoder Express for Edius Wizard.

      3. After clicking okay the "Wizard" opens and again I choose Procoder.

      4. Once next is pressed the Select Target window opens and asking what I want to create and I choose DVD the press next.

      5. I choose NTSC then next.

      6. DVD File Type comes up and I choose VOB to burn to DVD directly.

      7. Next I choose CBR.

      8. I then choose one of the three choices for times.

      9. Then Optimize for Quality and next.

      10. I then write in a file name.

      11. Then press Convert.

      Sorry to be so laborious in describing the steps I take, but I just thought it was needed. So again my question is, before I choose Convert, suely there's a place (that I can't find) where I can go to change the writing speed????

      Thanks
      Mark
      Mark

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      • #4
        If yu select print to disc, then you will not have so many things to do, and all you have to do is change the speed after you insert a disc in the drive, as it will only be acessable then......edit menus etc. and burn, no need for a second program......

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        • #5
          Thanks - but I don't think we are on the same wavelength! My question has been about using the ProCoder, going through the step I out-line earlier and then burning a DVD from there. Thanks for your help anyway!

          Mark
          Mark

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Mark View Post
            Thanks - but I don't think we are on the same wavelength! My question has been about using the ProCoder, going through the step I out-line earlier and then burning a DVD from there. Thanks for your help anyway!

            Mark
            since you have ProCoder Express, you can use it to burn after you created the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS folders, I made a tutorial some time ago
            Anton Strauss
            Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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            • #7
              Thanks Anton - that was very helpfull and I changed a couple of setting there. However, I still don't understand how/where I change the burning speed? Sorry!

              Mark
              Mark

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              • #8
                Okay - I got it! Normally I would already have the disc in when I press convert, thinking that was the last step - I guess it's not if you want to change the speed - you can only do that once the disc is put in. I guess I'm just technically more retarded than the majority!!

                Thanks all - The End (for this episode!)

                Mark
                Mark

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