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Magix komprimierung auf DVD - aber immer zu gross...

Magix compression to DVD - but still too big ...



Frage von Max Rockatansky:
Juli 2007

Hello, I have the following problem:
If I were with Magix create a complete DVD is in 1 hours movie already concluded. What it needs is the following:
1 Intro 2 minutes
1 film about 65 minutes with about 6 chapters.
In the main menu background graphic as your own, your own background sound
Similarly in the chapter menu, video background as a sequence from the film and his own background sound
1 slideshow with about 30 pictures all Jpg. No background music
For the sub-menu of your own slideshow Background sound and frame the show as a background.
Sounds a lot, but it's actually in my opinion, almost nothing ...
When I burn with Magix and the proposed bitrate suppose it says it needs 5.3 GB so much more than on a normal blank fits. The only way so far: to reduce the bitrate. I do not, however, as far as I can screw down without too great loss to accept. The joke is, if I have to just below the available memory go (4488) and the DVD is finished the PC tells me it would be only about 3900 strong.
Perhaps there is a possibility the program auszutricksen by the films I predict scale and then as a DVD on or any other solution in the whole of the above configuration to get smaller without loss ... On nomalen movie DVD's but fits synonymous 100 minutes movie, bonus, animated menus, etc. etc.
For help, I would be very grateful.



Antwort von Andreas Pokladek:

Dear Max,

on the one hand: Purchase DVDs with movies are double layer, ie DVD-9. You speak of but single layer, ie DVD-5. In a fit 8.5 GB on the other 4.7 GB.

On the other hand, I know now the options of Magix, but if you pass two encoders, the proposed size is always a benchmark. Notice: 1Mb = 1024 n.and so next you realize ... what?

Strictly speaking nähmlich fit only 4.4 Gb on a DVD-5. If man wants to have exactly one must be with constant bitrate encoding and these previously manual to calculate how it's done you can on the net or here, but it is a bit Knobelei.

Seriously, the default bitrate for DVDs leigt at around 5700-6000 kb / sec. If you have to say 4500 do merst only one video freak s.PC screen .... hasbe I have often made, even seen in the 4200 Two-pass encoding still acceptable from ...

How good it is now double-layer burner is: Now you can finally properly encode and it fits on a disc ...

One more thing: right DVD discs are DVD +-nich!

The Purchase DVDs are DVD-R DL, or DVD-9.

Good luck!



Antwort von Max Rockatansky:

Thank you, I werds times with a constant bitrate sample - up to 5400 is given, then a single-layer fully ... I then hope no Geruckel, artifacts or something :-)








Antwort von Markus73:

"Max Rockatansky" wrote:
Thank you, I werds times with a constant bitrate sample - up to 5400 is given, then a single-layer fully ... I then hope no Geruckel, artifacts or something :-)

I think this is the worst solution: you do so that the bit rate higher than it s.so some body would be needed, and exactly what is missing then you elsewhere.

I would stay at variable bit rate and just the average (and possibly synonymous to the maximum value) slightly lower start. You always get a fairly accurate projection displays.

Gruß,
Markus



Antwort von Kanadaplaya:

At the simplest course would be to avoid losses to achieve that you get a double layer drive growth and the dvd `s cost a little more like normal DVD` S but at least then you suffer no loss of quality



Antwort von Markus73:

"Canada Playa wrote:
At the simplest course would be to avoid losses to achieve that you get a double layer drive growth [...]

Somehow it's always absurd here ....
People: It a little more than an hour film, which goes to a simple LOCKER DVD. There must be only a little bit s.den settings and does not rotate around mercilessly compress. As you can see artifacts not synonymous, Magix has an excellent encoder.

I rent so I do not synonymous truck when I go to buy bread :-)

Gruß,
Markus



Antwort von Markus:

"Markus73" wrote:
I rent so I do not synonymous truck when I go to buy bread :-)

... un dausend Nussschnäckschä! - Gehts so odä e Tütsche you need? - Geht so! ;-)



Antwort von Quadruplex:

"Markus73" wrote:
Somehow it's always absurd here ....
People: It a little more than an hour film, which goes to a simple LOCKER DVD.

Indeed!

@ Playa Canada: If you have no idea ...

And also in the times actually look Duden - the majority of DVD discs - no apostrophe. And if one belongs there: The apostrophe at the (German) keyboard is the dash above the diamond - right next to the Enter key. What you've typed is an accent.




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