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Frage von Karlsson:

Hello everybody!

Have a problem that I have somehow could not judge ...

Have a piece of software with SnagIt shot, which is now at an exhibition on his Television as a presentation to run ...
The video is to me synonymous in AVI format with good quality. But now comes the problem:

The whole is about 1920 x 1080px. Since I now must burn a DVD, it will be yes runterskaliert and into MPEG-encoded format. However, the picture is so bad that not a single script can read more ...

Have since been made a variety of settings, ie quality, bit rate, interlacing, etc. .. But slowly I go out the blanks;)

How to get there as well that the fonts are still readable?

Has someone experience with video-capture and then burn to DVD?

Greetings and thank you in advance!



Antwort von Quadruplex:

As a video-DVD will not go, or only if you are an important detail (ideally 768 x 576 high) setting. You can only burn data DVD and the whole with an effective, HD-capable codec (DivX, WMV, etc.) Evaporate. Can only play via notebook ...


Antwort von Karlsson:

Yes, something I thought I unfortunately know ...

Then I'll try that I can represent it somehow!

Thank you!


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