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Old 25th May 2011, 05:52   #1  |  Link
casejustin80
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Mixing NTSC, PAL & DV content on same DVD

Hello!. I've got VHSs recorded in NTSC (from analog camcorders), PAL (my country broadcasts in PAL-N), and also progressive scan files from a digital camcorder (MPEG2's MODs) and a digital camera (MJPEGs).
I want to export all of this to DVD-Videos, sometimes with more than one source on the same disk. I plan to use Vegas + DVD Architect.
I searched the FAQ and some answers, but I need to know if there is a reasonably optimal setting for ALL of them, say NTSC non-interlaced?. The future of video is progressive, but is it better to leave interlaced material as-is?. I fear about ragged edges or shaky movement in moving objects if deinterlaced.
Sorry if my questions are too basic, I'm a newbie wishing just to preserve my family's memories, and there are quite a few video settings to fiddle with.
Thank you!
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