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Sorry to say this, but DVD does and will not support HD videos - at least not with menu and other DVD features. HD-DVD didn't survive on the market - Blu-Ray did. The problem is that the amount of data necessary to create a HD image is higher that the bit-rate of DVD-Format. You can save various file formats on a DVD-ROM and some DVD players can play those ...


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It honestly looks like something got corrupted with your export. Have you tried encoding it more than once? 12 megabits per second with a 24mpbs peak should be more than sufficient for high quality 1080p video. If anything, it may be excessive. The quality you are getting looks more like what I'd expect at sub-1 mbps video for this quality level. As an ...


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Assuming that everything worked fine before you replaced the video card, did the software vendor recommend a video card for this set up? if not, does the software vendor provide a list of supported video cards? Does your new card fall in this list? I highly suspect that the replacement card has a compatibility issue with the "capture" software. Have you ...



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