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Monday, January 23, 2006
Making Professional DVD from Authoring to Replication

1. Contents

Last updated: January 7, 2006

1.0 Introduction
  1.1 Some DVD Basics
    1.1.1 How many kinds of DVDs are there?
    1.1.2 Are DVDs all the same around the world?
    1.1.3 What are the features that I can add to my DVD
     
2.0 The Workflow
  2.1 Video Capturing
  2.2 Video Editing
  2.3 Video Encoding
  2.4 DVD Authoring
  2.5 DVD Mastering
     
3.0 The Roads to Rome
  3.1 Free Solutions
    3.1.1 An Example
    3.1.2 Quicker and Easier Ways
    3.1.3 Adding Sub-titles
  3.2 Medium Priced Commercial Products
  3.3 Advanced Solutions
     
4.0 Common DVD Authoring Mistakes
  4.1 Not enough space between IFOs and BUPs
  4.2 Try to create a copy protected DVD-R
  4.3 Didn't test playability on enough number of players
  4.4 Use cheap DVD-R as master
  4.5 Mishandling of DVD
  4.6 Didn't enable verify when burning the DVD-R
  4.7 Send only one master copy to your replicator
  4.8 Did not include a PCM or an AC-3 audio track for NTSC video
  4.9 Set a bad layer break for DVD-9
  4.10 Broken menu links
  4.11 Menu text cropped
  4.12 Hard code drive letter for enhanced DVD, i.e. DVD with video and data
  4.13 Audio and video out of sync
  4.14 Subtitle out of sync
     
5.0 DVD Replication & Duplication
  5.1 How to choose DVD replication service provider?
     
6.0 Glossary
 
7.0 References




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