If you have the material with the H.264 codec encodes how it gets to a DVD? On a DVD must be 2 folder to: "Video TS" and "Audio TS". Audio folder is empty and in the video folder to put the VTS-VOB files. Sun, but when I export with H.264 codec, I get M4V files. How do I make it a Commercial Video DVD?
What is the difference between MPEG 2 and H.264. The H.264 was developed for HDV. But if I currently only work with DV, which gives me something if I do H.264 instead of MPEG-2 for the production of my DVD's to apply? Visibly better quality? More efficient use of space? Will the DVD's synonymous with older DVD players easily play?
Antwort von Axel:
Clear question, clear answer: Mpeg2 with DVD only, no preference whether old or new fiery player.
Antwort von deti:
Generally you have to distinguish whether the DVD serves as a pure disk on which you can find any files or with Hilfer of specific file structures and formats, a video DVD is created.
For the first case, it is in principle no preference as to whether H.264 or whatever synonymous always burn to a DVD - but there are not many traditional DVD player, the H.264 to play in all formats, even though the file structure any DVD or CD can read.
In the second case, it is impossible to use H.264 as the video only the DVD standard MPEG2 video format allows.
An overview of the features of DVD players can be found here:
Antwort von beiti:
Will the DVD's synonymous with older DVD players easily play?
Simple answer: No..
Antwort von Jogi:
Wedding_HDV "] What is the difference between MPEG 2 and H.264. The H.264 was developed for HDV .... [/ i]
HDV is MPEG2, H.264, is synonymous for MPEG4, and will for the AVCHD video format!
Antwort von WoWu:
H.264 is the development of MPEG2 codecs and is characterized primarily by a higher efficiency (equal good pictures at a lower data rate) and improved tools to transfer motion and color. Will you, however, from a codec, these sophisticated tools are not supported, you have little advantage, but of the lower data rate. By car ring, which supports AVCREC (example: CyberLink PowerDVD), you can synonymous H.264 record data on DVD and thus reach greater maturity on the existing 4.7 GByte. Sets synonymous, however, that the player MPEG-4 AVC video streams can handle.