Someone has asked me to create a DVD video disc from some HD files they have given me.
For importing into DVD Flick or other DVD creation software, would it better for files to be in MP4 or AVI, for best picture quality? Each DVD will be about 90 minutes long. The software I am using can also output MPEG2 and H264 - would MPEG2 be best?
Also, must DVD video be burned at a lower speed to reduce errors? I've burnt many DVD data discs at 16x without any problems.
Finally, would pro software (Final Cut Pro/Adobe alternatives) give much better output? I have noticed some slight pixelation with some discs I have burnt with the various free (and popular) software around. The person is rather picky about quality - he wants the best possible. Commercial DVDs seem to have no pixalation at all (including ones that are two hours long).
I have yet to try out the OEM DVD video software (from Sonic) included with my drive.