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Old 12-31-2005, 08:20 AM   #16
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The JVC SRDVD-1000U player can play DVD encoded with WMVHD or DivX in 720p or 1080i via a DVI link to an HDTV.
My problem is burning a DVD with WMVHD as Vegas+Architect apparently can't. Roxio EZCD8 apparently can handle DivX into DVD.

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Old 12-31-2005, 11:43 AM   #17
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My problem is burning a DVD with WMVHD as Vegas+Architect apparently can't. ]
the Vegas lite (DVD movie studio platinum will render WMVHD files - the version I have needs to have a "workaround" because the high bitrate stereo audio of WMVHD isn't supported (probably a glitch - that will be corrected) the workaround on the Vegas support page - is to set up a "custom" WMVHD format with a mono only (as far as I can tell)audio track instead of the stereo -
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http://www.custcenter.com/cgi-bin/so...i=&p_topview=1 ----The WMV HD templates cannot be used in Vegas Movie Studio 6 Platinum
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I am unable to use the WMV HD templates within Vegas Movie Studio 6.0 Platinum, why is this?
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Vegas Movie Studio 6.0 Platinum does not support surround or 24 bit audio, so the built-in WMV HD templates cannot be used.
The workaround for this is to create your own custom templates that use the Windows Media Audio 9 codec (not Pro). To do so:
Select the HD template in Render As and click Custom
Click the Audio tab
Select "Windows Media Audio 9" from the Format dropdown
Choose a bitrate/sample rate/channels setting from the Attributes dropdown. Set it to one of the settings at the bottom of the list for the best results.
Type in a new name in the Template edit field, update the description, and click the Save button (looks like a floppy disk).
Click OK to return to the Render As dialog.
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Old 01-05-2006, 12:18 AM   #18
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Here's my simple answer to your question.

Your HD850 DVD Player can't play any HD movies, 720p or 1080i.
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Old 01-07-2006, 07:49 AM   #19
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I have converted some of the wmvhd samples (like Step_Into_Liquid_720.wmv) and burned them to DVD to play in my DVD players. First I tried just putting the wmv files in Sonic MyDVD but I got an error from that. My copy of Sonic MyDVD is version 4.5, copyright 2001, so maybe a later version will burn wmv files. Then I tried converting the files first. So I used the divx converter I downloaded from divx.com to convert the wmv files. That produces avi files with a .dvix extension so after I converted the files I changed the extension from .dvix to .avi. Then my old Sonic MyDVD would burn them to a DVD. Drawback - the sound was no longer in sync. It was off by about 1/2 second. Just enough off to be annoying when you see someone speak. That can probably be fixed, this was my first try. Also the wmv files I used were all 720p. So with the conversion and burn to NTSC video (480i?) the aspect ratio got a little squashed and only the middle of the picture is seen on the TV. Like zoomed in, the whole TV screen has a picture but the original edges are gone. Does that answer your question, provoko?

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Old 01-07-2006, 08:00 AM   #20
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Old 03-28-2006, 12:10 AM   #21
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Default Converting HD Transport Stream Files To DVD

I Use Nero Vision 4 To Transcode Transport Stream Files To DVD VIDEO_TS Files.
The Quality Is Great.
Use The Highest Quality Settings
Choose All Files When Adding Files To Your Project.
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Old 03-28-2006, 01:16 PM   #22
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First of all most of the information earlier posted from Digitalkid2 is not correct, you should do your homework before making comments and statements like this:

"You can purchase WMVHD disks BUT they are meant to be played on a computer, there are no DVD players available yet that can play them."

Have you heard of DIVX http://www.divx.com/

I have a JVC SRDVD-1000U which plays HD content in several formats and media types on regular DVD's. I also own a Sony HDR-HC1 HD Camcorder and take the raw HD content from my camcorder stream it to my PC and then burn to DVD without any issues and play it in 1080i on my HD-DVD player. There are several ways to capture HD content (many of the software packages are listed and certified with DIVX).


Hope that helps clear up some of the mis-conceptions that DigitalKid relayed.
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Old 11-02-2006, 01:59 PM   #23
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I was looking for a firmware update for my HD850 (so I could simply playback DIVX files) when I stumbled on this thread. Wow. Some folks who are asking for help sure get fussy fast! Anyway I am using a JVC HD10U, Cineform's HD Connect intermediate Codec, and Vegas 6. This package rocks. I can output to HDV tape and stay HD. Having said that after I archive in HDV tape waiting for better disc technology (Bluray, Bluray!) I switch my 'preferences' in Vegas to DV Widescreen and then output and burn that to DVD (Ulead DVD Workshop 2) for playback. The widescreen and the 'upconversion' looks really good (Not as good as real HD!) I can distribute it to whomever and they can all play it. AND!!!! I have the option of playing the HDV tape. If I really need HD. It's a handy work around for editing as well as many three screen editing setups can still use the IEEE 1394 link to the deck for Video Monitor support. Just switch prefes back to HDV for final render & output to HDV tape.

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Old 09-15-2009, 09:03 PM   #24
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Use this Wondershare Video to DVD Burner,it can solve all your bothers,
it supports all video formats like avi,wmv,mpeg,then convert and burn them to dvd,dvd folder,dvd iso
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Old 01-15-2010, 03:34 AM   #25
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Newbies here, Hi all,

I have hdmi player from Philips dvp3360k.

Using cracked application, I use a xilisoft video converter especially rmvb movie convert to Avi or divx format.

But because of not enough knowledge about the BEST quality video for this player can play, its some time ended with notification like "codec doesn't support" or "video resolution doesn't support".

so may i know what is the BEST format/converter that i can use especially to create HD video (can this player play HD?) or usual video with the best quality.

Another thing, is there any different between using usb port and burn movie into cd/dvd, I mean in term of video format that I can play.

For your info, I'm using Plasma th-p42x10k from Panasonic.

Hope somebody really can help me...


Thank you

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Old 01-15-2010, 07:53 AM   #26
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I find that ConvertXtoDVD will re-encode and author just about any video file and then burn to DVD all in one pass.
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I find that ConvertXtoDVD will re-encode and author just about any video file and then burn to DVD all in one pass.
Looks like ConvertXtoDVD and AVS Video Converter are about the same price.

Have you tried AVS?
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Old 03-29-2010, 09:26 PM   #28
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there are many video converter programs available in the market to allow you to do so....
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Old 02-03-2013, 01:11 PM   #29
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I find that ConvertXtoDVD will re-encode and author just about any video file and then burn to DVD all in one pass.
+1 on ConvertxtoDVD. I use this software and it works great. The latest version (5) has some great improvements like the ability to edit menus, batch conversion, and minor video editing. Its what I use to encode and burn DVDS. I do not have any affiliation to VSO, just to be clear.
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