Burner question

Discussion in 'DVD Video' started by Mook23, Feb 13, 2004.

  1. Mook23

    Mook23 Guest

    I'm new to burning and I have a few questions. Is there any point of
    encoding an AVI file as a high quality MPEG format for burning? It seems to
    me that the quality can't improve from the orriginal. Would it be better to
    just keep the size of the MPEG at about the same size as the AVI? I'd
    rather ask than test mysely as I don't want to waste disks.
    Mook23, Feb 13, 2004
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  2. Mook23

    Justin Guest

    Mook23 wrote on [Thu, 12 Feb 2004 22:10:16 -0600]:
    > I'm new to burning and I have a few questions. Is there any point of
    > encoding an AVI file as a high quality MPEG format for burning? It seems to
    > me that the quality can't improve from the orriginal. Would it be better to
    > just keep the size of the MPEG at about the same size as the AVI? I'd
    > rather ask than test mysely as I don't want to waste disks.
    >


    Then go to a group that has something to do with burning DVDs.

    Try alt.video.dvdr
    Justin, Feb 13, 2004
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