I would be glad if you give me maybe you could help.
I have a video in Adobe Premiere and wants to cut this now hard drive and then burn to DVD.
I have sub-Export the movie as MPEG-2DVD film exported. Now I have two files: an m2v file and an mpa file.
How do I get these files onto a DVD now? Or can you tell me what settings I normally do, so I do not lose too much quality? The film is very short, so I have no place to save the DVD:)
When I put the movie directly from Premiere to DVD burn leave, then something is not with the sound. It sounds slightly overdriven and it's missing from the background music of the choir. So it is only the "principal voice" to hear ... White because maybe somebody, what's wrong?
I'm grateful for ideas.
Antwort von Markus:
How do I get these files onto a DVD now?
With a DVD authoring program, possibly synonymous with a simple (!) DVD-burning program.
The film is very short, so I have no place to save the DVD:)
If your movie is shorter than an hour, then the DVD is not quite full. You have to respect the requirements of compression s.die DVD specification, if the Picture-/Tonträger with DVD players should be. A quality standard for short maturities, for example, would be 8 Mbit / s CBR. With a good encoder recognizes there is no difference from the original.