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CubeAce wrote on 11/25/2020, 7:49 PM

@Kevin-Finneman

Hi Kevin. Welcome to the Magix User to user forums.

I'm not sure what you mean.

The DVD standard output resolution is NTSC, 720 × 480 pixels or for PAL, 720×576. The DVD player then normally upscales the output to 1920 x 1080p. Blu-ray is 1920 x 1080p or newer standards include 4K.

Ray.

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Kevin-Finneman wrote on 11/25/2020, 8:41 PM

Ray, thanks for the response. I'm a novice at this and all I know is I have a very expensive HD video camera that takes great video but when I burned the DVD the video was not sharp and kind of grainy. Somehow the HD quality was lost in burning the DVD.

CubeAce wrote on 11/25/2020, 9:03 PM

@Kevin-Finneman

Hi Kevin.

If you need to commit to discs then your best bet is to record to Blu-ray that will allow HD to be recorded.

Unfortunately that would mean two Blu-ray devices. The only other way would be to put a file onto a memory stick and play it through a USB port on the TV. However, I'm not familiar with Video Easy and I'm not sure of its capabilities or even if it could burn a Blu-ray disc.

It's unfortunate but quite often upgrading something like a camera also often means having to upgrade other kit to cope with the files they produce. I have been through this exact cycle myself a few times.

Ray.

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emmrecs wrote on 11/26/2020, 3:34 AM

@Kevin-Finneman

Welcome to the Magix user to user forums.

Just to underline what @CubeAce has written: DVD can only ever be Standard Definition. It is a very common misunderstanding that DVD output can be High Definition; it can't. There is a type of DVD output called AVCHD DVD but a standard disc can hold only about 30 minutes of material and the disc requires a Blu-Ray player for playback.

As Ray says, for HD you need to consider exporting to BD (Blu-Ray), assuming VideoEasy includes this option

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