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Old December 30th, 2004, 08:35 PM   #1
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best way to put *.m2t files to dvd ?


im pretty new to dvd authoring, encoding and stuff like that, so hopefully someone can help me on the following thing:

I'd like to check out the quality of the raw hdv footage from the Sony FX-1 (you can get them here: on my 4:3 tv box. Is there any Software you recommend for doing that ? Do i have to get special hd codecs to get the software working with m2t footage ?

In terms of quality i want the best i can get (on crappy 4:3 standard tv set ;) so it should only be (re)encoded once or twice.

I own a copy of Nero 6 Burning Rom dunno if it's suitable for thinks like that ;)


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Old December 31st, 2004, 12:31 PM   #2
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John: you can't view "raw HDV footage" on a standard-definition television set, so you'd have to convert the M2T to MPEG2 and put that on a DVD like you normally would. If your goal is to get a sense of what the unaltered footage looks like, you need to view it on your computer screen rather than your TV set.
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