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As a film major I need to burn my film on to a dvd so they could play it at the festival. I don't know how to burn the video on to a dvd and have it retain its full quality. Is there a way? Dual or single layer dvd... on a PC running windows 7.

asked Dec 03 '11 at 00:17

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closed Aug 09 '12 at 17:20

The question has been closed for the following reason "Problem is not reproducible or outdated" by avrgboy Aug 09 '12 at 17:20


Uhhh, Regular DVD players can best do NTSC widescreen video, not HD video.

answered Dec 03 '11 at 00:30

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sadness :(

(Dec 03 '11 at 00:43) avrgboy avrgboy's gravatar image

just what i thought :/

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