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BlairC [Avatar]
Newbie Private Message Location: Florida, US Joined: Dec 10, 2013 18:37 Messages: 11 Offline
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What resolution do I have to save a video in so it can play on a DVD in our fitness studio?
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JL_JL [Avatar]
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Most DVD's need to be authored to properly playback on a standalone DVD player and PD does this for you so you don't have to really produce a video first in some format.

I'd simply go to the "Create Disc" tab, once there click on "Menu Preferences" and scroll through the list and select "No Menu", on the "2D Disc" tab, make sure DVD is selected, then select "Burn in 2D" in the lower right corner and burn your DVD.

The "No Menu" option will simply play the DVD in the standalone player once inserted.

Jeff
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Carl312
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JL_JL has the best answer.

The question you asked was what is the resolution of DVD Video. DVD Video is Standard Definition (720 x 480 NTSC or 720 X 576 PAL). PAL is the European or World format. NTSC is the North American format.

The Frame rate is also different, 60 fps of NTSC and 50 fps for PAL. fps=Frames Per Second. It is based upon the power frequency of the country.
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