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    i created a project with 200 photo and music.
    Now it's time to burn a dvd with this project.
    I need that dvd'll play on standalone dvd reader (the old one too), what's the better files to burning dvd readable on all the stand alone supports?
    mpeg 2? or what else?
    thank you
    roberto
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  • #2
    For a DVD to play it must be MPEG 2
    If you output to disk from the timeline Edius will look after you but maybe as you have an old player under settings for the file go to manual settings and reduce the Bit rate to 7000Khz
    I have found a better picture by also setting to VBR (Variable Bit Rate) with Average BR 7000 Max BR 7200 or 7500

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    • #3
      and burning to DVD-R is a must (use quality brand such a Taiyo Yuden) (burn at half speed of what the disk and or burner is rated)

      DVD+R will only work in newer players
      Anton Strauss
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      • #4
        I would recommend DVD+R burned on a burner with booktype / bitsetting support over DVD-R.

        Booktype / bitsetting support allows the disk to be marked as a DVD-ROM instead of a DVD+R disk. There is nothing in the DVD standard that requires recordable (DVD-R or DVD+R) media support, but DVD-ROM support is mandatory.

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        • #5
          yes, however some burners such as Pioneer don't allow their booktype to be changed

          ImgBurn (free) allows for changing the booktype with some burners that allow it, BenQ, LG, Lite-n, Plextor, Samsung, Ricoh, Nu tech

          I have not discovered ant DVD player that failed to play my DVD-R disks, and I make them in the 1000's per month
          Anton Strauss
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          • #6
            Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
            I have not discovered ant DVD player that failed to play my DVD-R disks, and I make them in the 1000's per month
            I wish I could make that amount :) but from many years of hands on experience with Pioneer burners & DVD-R has yet to fail on old players and here in my part of the world there are still as many old players as there are new.

            A Slower burn speed with a good quality media is preferred, a lower than max bit rate will also improve any issue you could encounter with older players.

            As it is expensive to freight japan disc's where I live (import duties etc) I have been using of the shelf 50 or 100 pack Imation DVD-R with great susses, it's surely not a high grade disc, but has proven itself as reliable through out the years with virtually no coaster burn (normally due to user error ~ after a couple of beers:))

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            • #7
              I agree with Anton on the Taiyo's, now JVC. They are superb media and DVD-R
              provides a wider spectrum of support for old and new players. I have never had an issue with DVD's burned on this media, even at 16x.
              I usually do a max of 7700 with an average of 6000 and a min of 1.5-2.0.

              I just wish Taiyo had gotten into the Blu-ray media mode. I think that would have made for an excellent media choice as well.
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              • #8
                they do make Blu-ray media, just some wierd spec that I don't understand ,

                RE JVC: Haven't seen them labelled JVC yet in this country (but I know it's correct)
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                • #9
                  thanks for all reply
                  --a good video is better than a worst one---
                  windows 7 home premium edition 64 bit
                  direct x 11, logical cpu 8, ram 8 gb, motherborad MSI 2A9C Intel PCH H57, Intel i7 860 2.8ghz Quad core, hd i tera hitachi, ati radeon 5500 2gb memory, realtek high definition audio, Edius 6

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                  • #10
                    the right burn!!!!!!

                    you were so kind and professional that I ask one more thing
                    : The correct steps.
                    I have to make a gift to a friend so I would not do a bad impression.
                    Gave me some photos of his wedding. I work on with EDIUS with music and effects, and then I will create a mpeg2 video files, up to here everything is right?
                    I saved the mpg files on the desktop, now I'm ready to burn a DVD that can be read by all DVD stand alone.
                    In what was said by anton's video I downloaded img burn.
                    I open it and see the choices>>the right is " write files to disk."isn't it?
                    have i to change some settings, anton's ? or leave the default ones?
                    thank you again for your help ....
                    until I know the video was wrong for me even if it was ok, but for others it is challenging and should be okay ....
                    rob
                    --a good video is better than a worst one---
                    windows 7 home premium edition 64 bit
                    direct x 11, logical cpu 8, ram 8 gb, motherborad MSI 2A9C Intel PCH H57, Intel i7 860 2.8ghz Quad core, hd i tera hitachi, ati radeon 5500 2gb memory, realtek high definition audio, Edius 6

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by errepiesse View Post
                      you were so kind and professional that I ask one more thing
                      : The correct steps.
                      I have to make a gift to a friend so I would not do a bad impression.
                      Gave me some photos of his wedding. I work on with EDIUS with music and effects, and then I will create a mpeg2 video files, up to here everything is right?
                      I saved the mpg files on the desktop, now I'm ready to burn a DVD that can be read by all DVD stand alone.
                      In what was said by anton's video I downloaded img burn.
                      I open it and see the choices>>the right is " write files to disk."isn't it?
                      have i to change some settings, anton's ? or leave the default ones?
                      thank you again for your help ....
                      until I know the video was wrong for me even if it was ok, but for others it is challenging and should be okay ....
                      rob

                      you forgot a few major steps, if you create an mpeg file, you need to have an authoring software to create the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS

                      an easier way would be to do it direct from Edius timeline, including burn
                      http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...vd-burner.html
                      Anton Strauss
                      Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                      • #12
                        ok

                        then until now I was wrong.
                        I created mpeg 2 video files and burn to DVD with a standard software ... I've never spent for other programs.
                        I went to f11, export to mpeg2, EDIUS asked me where to save, I chose the desktop, and he created a video file. Then burn it normally and you could see the DVD, why?
                        in essence, I would do the right things:
                        1) I build my video with Edius.
                        2) after a create video files or burn directly?
                        3) if I create a video file, then be burned, as I do because at this point, believe me friends, I am in total confusion.
                        please antonvideo ... give me step by step directions to create a video picture from beginning to burn to dvd read them on stand alone dvd reader
                        thanks, otherwise I do a really big mess
                        thank u guy..especially for the patience of antovideo's
                        Last edited by errepiesse; 11-20-2010, 03:15 PM.
                        --a good video is better than a worst one---
                        windows 7 home premium edition 64 bit
                        direct x 11, logical cpu 8, ram 8 gb, motherborad MSI 2A9C Intel PCH H57, Intel i7 860 2.8ghz Quad core, hd i tera hitachi, ati radeon 5500 2gb memory, realtek high definition audio, Edius 6

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                        • #13
                          here is the correct way to do it in Edius, step by step as requested
                          http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...vd-burner.html

                          alternative:
                          1. export to elementary streams
                          http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...am-export.html

                          2. purchase DVD Lab Pro Authoring software at http://www.mediachance.com/dvdlab/dvdlabpro.html

                          3. make the VIDEO_TS and AUDIO_TS with DVD Lab Pro (see getting started section in DVD Lab Pro manual)

                          4. burn to DVD Video by using Nero Burning Rom
                          http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...-lab-pro3.html
                          Anton Strauss
                          Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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                          • #14
                            thank u.. u'r very right.
                            If I use edius to complete all process,is dvd readable on stand-alone ?
                            my fear is this.
                            I've put dvd in some standalone players that do not read or go in spurts ....it's not so smart :-(
                            somebody told me that's is a problem during burning: some old standalone doesn't read it..
                            In fact I got samsung combo dvd+ vhs and a lot of dvd (incl. those bought) crashes or type "no disc".
                            Only playstation reads all discs.. but does anyone have a Playstation, of course
                            so my anger is to create videos that can be read without fear by all the stand alone ....
                            first step to create nice video is ok, now my thought are about correct burning......
                            thank you
                            --a good video is better than a worst one---
                            windows 7 home premium edition 64 bit
                            direct x 11, logical cpu 8, ram 8 gb, motherborad MSI 2A9C Intel PCH H57, Intel i7 860 2.8ghz Quad core, hd i tera hitachi, ati radeon 5500 2gb memory, realtek high definition audio, Edius 6

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                            • #15
                              A longstanding issue for anyone using DVD-R for playback, is that some players are not "certified" for DVD-R playback..these, mostly older, players may stop, refuse to go, get stuck and unstuck, and stutter. DVD players which by specification, ready DVD-+Rs will play back a properly burned disc without a problem. In fact DVD-Rs are routinely used to make glass masters for DVD replication.

                              A compounding problem for universal DVD-R playback is the way a DVD-R is burnt. Often if your burning bit rate is too high, it may give playback problems. Keeping your bit-rate down below 8000 is generally good practice.
                              And burn speed is a factor as well. Best practice appears to be to only burn 1/2 the speed the disc is rated for - in other word - If the DVD-R is rated for
                              8x burning speed, in recording use 4x burning speed for DVD-R production.

                              Others here with much more knowledge may chime in, but also remember to use high quality DVD-R disc brands.
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