So far in the Basic DVD Authoring Project we've downloaded and analyzed some source files. Then we demuxed the audio and encoded it as AC-3, leaving us with DVD Assets ready for authoring. Now it's time to turn our attention to the video. Like with the audio, there are some mandatory requirements for standards compliant video. Unlike audio, there are some additional options we need to consider to make sure we have the best quality possible that will still fit on a DVD.
This is the fourth guide for the Basic DVD Authoring Project. It's specific for NTSC DVDs, so if you're making a PAL disc you won't need to read this, and shouldn't follow the instructions here unless you're making an NTSC disc. If you're not already familiar with the project you may want to start with the first guide in the series.
TIVTC AviSynth Plugin
ColorMatrix AviSynth Plugin
Haali Media Splitter
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Last updated: 10 September 2007