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    I'm guessing the best format is a regular M2v?

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    yes M2v is it!
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    • #3
      I agree... do NOT let Ulead do the encode!!! :)



      Mike

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      • #4
        Originally posted by GrassValley_MD View Post
        I agree... do NOT let Ulead do the encode!!! :)



        Mike

        Thanks Mike - this actually reminds of something I've been wanting to ask: In the 'Make Disc Options' box of WS2, there is a setting for 'Encode Driver' and in the drop down menu is only one option: 'Ulead MPEG Now Encoder'. I have always left that as is, based on the assumption that as the video file I am burning to DVD is already an M2v/MPeg2 file, there would be no additional encode performed by ULEAD. Am I correct in assuming that this setting is for projects where the video file is something other than a M2v/MPEG2 file, and thus needs to be converted by ULEAD?

        I'm a little worried, because the progress indicator (when authoring/burning is in operation) says stuff like 'converting audio' - when the audio is 192 AC3 already. I'd always assumed this was just a necessary part of burning a disc and that ULEAd was leaving my Ac3 alone...

        CAn't remember if it ever says 'converting video' . . .

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        • #5
          You files from Procoder Express should be compliant. Make sure that DVDWS2 is set NOT to encode compliant files and you should be fine :)


          Mike

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          • #6
            There are boxes in both the audio and video sections of WS2 to uncheck for non-conversion of these files.
            In the progress box it will say converting video first, then converting audio.
            If the files are compliant and you ave unticked the boxes, then the progress through these stages is very quick.
            If it has to convert the files the progress will be slow.

            Graham
            www.myvideoproblems.com
            Microsoft MVP in Digital Media

            Edius 4.61, NX Express, xp sp2

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