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  Topic: DVD looks good on computer but not on TV
dmurray

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PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Thu 24 Feb 2005, 2:16   Subject: DVD looks good on computer but not on TV
Me again.

I am using Apple's DVDStudio Pro. It's nice. But

I can make good looking DVDs for computer use but when I watch them on a TV the motion is by no means smooth.

Here's what I do:

E ...
  Topic: DVDPro (MAC)
dmurray

Replies: 1
Views: 6673

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Wed 27 Oct 2004, 19:31   Subject: DVDPro (MAC)
Hi.

I have seen a DVD made from a Mac G5 with DVDPro and noticed that the encoding was not great. The colours were fine and pretty sharp, but movement was bad.

I asked the guy who encoded it and ...
  Topic: Mics for choir
dmurray

Replies: 1
Views: 8122

PostForum: Equipment   Posted: Wed 27 Oct 2004, 19:27   Subject: Mics for choir
Hi.

I have been asked to record a many-voiced choir. I think 'polyphonic' might be the word.

What kind of mics do I need (type and possibly brand name)?

Thanks a mill,
D
  Topic: webcast
dmurray

Replies: 1
Views: 6664

PostForum: General   Posted: Fri 22 Oct 2004, 21:31   Subject: webcast
Hi.
I have been asked to do a webcast from Rome in November.
We will be shooting on DVCAM but...

What do I need to do to get a webcast?

Thanks, D
  Topic: DVD folder
dmurray

Replies: 1
Views: 6928

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Fri 22 Oct 2004, 14:07   Subject: DVD folder
Now that I know what an ISO is for, I would like to know what use can be made of DVD folders. Why make a DVD folder?
Thanks,
D
  Topic: The confidence of expertise
dmurray

Replies: 2
Views: 8234

PostForum: Site   Posted: Fri 22 Oct 2004, 14:03   Subject: The confidence of expertise
No, just saying thanks and 'Don't go away'.
D
  Topic: The confidence of expertise
dmurray

Replies: 2
Views: 8234

PostForum: Site   Posted: Fri 22 Oct 2004, 0:48   Subject: The confidence of expertise
This is for the admin of this board:

I am new to all this encoding... authouring stuff... but I was in the middle of a serious project and people (my clients), while nice were always saying, "Pity ...
  Topic: What is an ISO?
dmurray

Replies: 1
Views: 7060

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Fri 22 Oct 2004, 0:41   Subject: What is an ISO?
Hi.

When I was burning a DVD, my software asked me if I wanted to do an ISO. I said sure.

But what is an ISO and can I use it to burn a DVD without having to wait for my DVDWS2 software to go th ...
  Topic: Authoring discs?
dmurray

Replies: 1
Views: 7273

PostForum: Recording   Posted: Fri 22 Oct 2004, 0:38   Subject: Authoring discs?
Hi.

I have seen that there is a type of DVD-R called "Authouring".

Should I use this type to make my DVD master?

What are the differences between an ordinary Maxell DVD-R and an 'authouring' ...
  Topic: DVDWorkshop 2 too high a bit rate with mutliple audio tracks
dmurray

Replies: 6
Views: 11515

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Mon 18 Oct 2004, 5:59   Subject: DVDWorkshop 2 too high a bit rate with mutliple audio tracks
Thanks.
I have found that DVDWS2 will allow me export Dolby Digital.
(Actually I am using the trial version which does not have this option, so now I guess I just get the real thing!)

Sincerest t ...
  Topic: Disks for in-house mastering
dmurray

Replies: 5
Views: 11364

PostForum: Recording   Posted: Mon 18 Oct 2004, 5:51   Subject: Disks for in-house mastering
Stand alone it is.
And so Maxell will be the dick as you suggest.
I have found a place here in Italy that (well, according to their website) have these printable disks at an acceptable price.

I s ...
  Topic: DVDWorkshop 2 too high a bit rate with mutliple audio tracks
dmurray

Replies: 6
Views: 11515

PostForum: Authoring   Posted: Mon 18 Oct 2004, 3:27   Subject: DVDWorkshop 2 too high a bit rate with mutliple audio tracks
OK, that's sounds good (no pun intended).

I am not really familiar with the format you mention. I will see if either Procoder2 or my DVDWS2 can convert my AVID audio files to this format.

(AVID ...
  Topic: Disks for in-house mastering
dmurray

Replies: 5
Views: 11364

PostForum: Recording   Posted: Mon 18 Oct 2004, 3:21   Subject: Disks for in-house mastering
Hi and super thanks.

I will try this ISO thing but...

I use a duplication rack, you know, one with a hard disk and 4 DVD slots.
How do I actually put the authored programme out of DVDWS2 into t ...
  Topic: Disks for in-house mastering
dmurray

Replies: 5
Views: 11364

PostForum: Recording   Posted: Sun 17 Oct 2004, 12:03   Subject: Disks for in-house mastering
Hi.

Is this OK:

I burn a Verbatim X2 as a master DVD.
Then I put this onto a harddisk and duplicate onto 4 DVDs a go onto Maxell printable.

Is this OK?

(We do all our copies in house as f ...
  Topic: Best disks with printable surfaces Europe
dmurray

Replies: 2
Views: 8042

PostForum: Recording   Posted: Sun 17 Oct 2004, 11:58   Subject: Best disks with printable surfaces Europe
Hi.

I have found that you cannot put paper labels on DVDs. They seem to interfer with the DVD player mechanism. ANd then, of course, with time -and certianly heat, they peel. Bif problems.

So I ...
 
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