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Video

Video and DVD are meant to go together. Like rock and roll or Lewis and Clark, it's hard to imagine one without the other. After all, video delivery and playback is why the format was created in the first place. Not surprisingly, DVD treats video as the star player and allows you to display it in a number of useful ways.

Source files

You can capture the source video material for your DVD from digital video, analog video or film. It doesn't even have to be taken from reality—your video can be a virtual 3D animated sequence. All of these sources can be converted into the required MPEG-2 digital format, although digital video (miniDV, D1, Digital Betacam, etc.) and 3D sequences are easier to convert since they originated as digital files.


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