We use studio quality encoders for each format (DVD, Blu-ray, online). Studio encoders offer infinitely more controls to fine-tune the encoding which we have dialed in with precision to achieve maximum quality for the bitrate and type of content. Another major factor impacting quality for the DVD is the downscaling algorithm used, which we have spent extensive time optimizing using the most advanced AVIsynth plugins with spline scaling and FFT3D denoise filtering. Basically it will never look better than it does after we process it. Because of this, our DVD processing takes a little longer than it would with Apple Compressor or Adobe Media Encoder.
Articles in this section
- How do I create a DVD, Blu-ray, or USB on MediaZilla?
- How do I make a DVD or Blu-ray of a project I received from someone else?
- Are there any limitations with the DVD, Blu-ray, or USB exports?
- How good is MediaZilla’s DVD and Blu-ray encoding quality?
- How do I download, extract, and burn the DVD or Blu-ray image file?
- Why do I receive a file corruption error message when extracting the zip file?
- What are MediaZilla's recommendations for discs & cases?
- Do you have a cover and label template for the DVD and Blu-ray packaging?
- What is the USB/offline version used for and how does it work?
- What is the difference between the ‘Menu Only’ and ‘Complete Collection’ export options?