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12-02-2019, 09:34 PM
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I have 352x480 videos that I am looking to encode to DVD. The plan was to use Premiere Pro encode to dvd compliant MPEG-2 and then burn to DVD but most of the DVD authoring software looks like it reencodes the videos. I've read the tutorials and guides LS has written about the MPEG-2 DVD standard and I have compliant MPEGs but I can't seem to figure out how to author a DVD from them without having an additional encoding step. Should I just save a lossless lagarith AVI from Premiere and allow Tmpgenc to do the MPEG-2 encoding and authoring? What workflows has anyone used in going from Premiere to DVD?
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Edit: I just found TmpGenc Authoring Works does not re-encode the DVD compliant mpeg-2 videos
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