The first thing we need is a project using the same settings
as the video file being used.
The quickest way.
Start a New Project (this is important)
Drag the Mpeg 2 file to be used for burning to the timeline.
Video Studio has now changed the project properties to match.
Delete the clip from the timeline and save the project.
We have an empty timeline, check the project properties,
Just to be sure, they should match the Mpeg2 properties.
PAL (25 fps)
24 Bits, 720 x 576, 25 fps
Lower Field First
Video data rate: 6000 kbps
Audio data rate: 256 kbps
MPEG audio layer 2, 48 KHz, Stereo
Dolby Digital Audio, 48 KHz, 2/0(L,R)(for VS 9)
We are now presented with the final window, the burning window.
From here we can create copies of our work.
1. Record to Disc
2. Create DVD folders
3. Create disc image file
We can adjust various output settings.
Alter burner settings to our requirements.
Create disc image file if you need multiple copies.
This option creates an image of your entire project.
Including all menu's and chapters.
Saved to a folder on your hard drive as *.iso file.
I find it best to create a new folder for each iso i make
Using the Disc Image Burner we can make copies.
The disc image burner is included
in VS software and can be found at:-
Start / program / ulead studio 7/8/9/10