How to burn without losing original quality?

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How to burn without losing original quality?

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Hello friends,

I want to burn a video dvd. (video size is 1GB HD Quality)
I try to burn with 4gb and 8gb DVDs. But the output is not in original quality. is there any way to burn without losing quality?

Thanks!

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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What do you mean with "not original quality" ?
DVD can have max 720x576 resolution on PAL.

HD is usually at least 1280x720 so there is no way to convert/burn to DVD with that quality.
BR is required for HD and better quality. And of course different burner and converter.
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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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I really don't know about that. Thank you so much!
I have another question about video format. I'm going to make DVDs for my foreign clients. because some clients are USA and some are UK.
Is there any way to burn for all countries?
what can I use video format? pal or NTFS? and what's the automatic format?

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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PAL is for most european countries and NTSC for North American.
Setting for automatic is trying to recognize format that you use.
Most PAL systems can play NTSC, but most NTSC systems can not play PAL.

So there is no way to burn for all countries, to be sure you need two versions.
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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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thanks!

I have an order from a UK client. may I use PAL format?
(Because I can't ask about the format from my client)

do you think PAL format will work for me?

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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For UK, yes, PAL will work with current DVD players and TVs.
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tmsmaduranga wrote:
Tue Sep 29, 2020 8:05 pm
thanks!

I have an order from a UK client. may I use PAL format?
(Because I can't ask about the format from my client)

do you think PAL format will work for me?
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http://dialingnumber.com/tv.htm

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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Thank you so much for your help

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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@JJ, @Coral, Thanks again, guys. Really Appreciate your help.

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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Always welcome.

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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Hi friend,

Is there any way to burn a DVD in full screen? I changed the aspect ratio and resize option a few times. what's the best setting you recommend?

Thanks!

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Re: How to burn without losing original quality?

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If I'm understanding correctly, CX7 should default to the correct AR when set to automatic.

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