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Old 8 Dec 2005, 08:27 PM   #1
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Default Convert your HD video to DVD using HDTV2DVD

HDTV2DVD is a new freeware tool to simply convert your HDTV material to DVD. HDTV captures are MPEG-2 Transport Streams at either 1280 x 720p or 1920 x 1080i resolution yet DVD is typically MPEG-2 Program Streams at 720 x 480 (for NTSC). This means that to play HD material on a "normal" DVD player you have to convert the source. This is what HDTV2DVD does in a simple, user friendly way.

Load up your HDTV file (.ts or .tp), start the processing and HDTV2DVD will produce a VIDEO_TS DVD folder ready for you to burn!

More Information: http://www.svcd2dvd.com/HDTV2DVD/default.aspx
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works great, decent quality at nice speed, but last time i used it, doesn't seem to like aussie HDTV specs

but shouldn't matter anyway, SDTV streams are fully dvd compliant, just load into any authoring program
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I met the same question, anyone who could give a detail about this progress will be appreciated ...
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Old 30 Aug 2010, 10:18 AM   #5
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If you have a specific regarding that program, best source would be straight from the author. He does support using this subforum:

http://forum.videohelp.com/forums/36-SVCD2DVD-VOB2MPG

It's my understanding that HDTV2DVD is an old limited version of SVCD2DVD. It's just hard wired to do that particular conversion. I have SVCD2DVD latest version but I've still used this app as it's just convenient.
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Old 22 Dec 2011, 03:43 AM   #6
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Sir,

I converted HD Video (NTSC 16:9) to MPEG-2 (PAL 720X576), quality is good but faces in the video appear long. Can you please suggest me how to get PAL 720x576.
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See the link I posted previously where you can ask the author directly.
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Old 17 Sep 2012, 01:21 PM   #8
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I have done a corporate video production for a my client. I have used the tool convert my video into DVD. The tool worked great! It converts my video but not quality. Video quality is still good like original one.
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I have done a corporate video production for a my client. I have used the tool convert my video into DVD. The tool worked great! It converts my video but not quality. Video quality is still good like original one.
It's a quick and easy tool for HDTV capture to standard DVD. For x264 HD to DVD I find QuEnc 0.75 alpha CBR at 8500 kbps to DVD9 produces nearly unbelievable quality. The only place I've been able to find QuEnc 0.75 alpha is in the AVStoDVD download package. This version of QuEnc is multi-threaded. For a movie 2 hours or less it's tough to beat for one pass encoding to DVD9. I recommend sizing down using BilinearResize AviSynth filter. It avoids "jumpy" video you can get by sizing down with other filters.
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Will give this one a try. Thanks for the freeware suggestion!
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