Note: The video and audio quality options that are available depend on the disc format that you have selected.
- Video format: indicates the current video file format for the current project.
- Video quality: Select a video quality for your disc:
HD (High Definition),
SD (Standard Definition),
HQ (High Quality),
SP (Standard Play),
LP (Long Play),
EP (Extended Play) or
Smart Fit. The video quality settings offer different bit rates, resulting in files of different sizes. The higher the quality of the video, the larger the resulting file and the shorter the length of video that can fit onto a disc. Further, more CPU power is required for capturing and rendering higher quality video. The
Smart Fit option automatically adjusts the bit rate to the best quality video file that fits exactly to the capacity of the disc you are using.
- Audio format: The different audio qualities are as follows:
LPCM is an uncompressed audio format.
Dolby Digital Stereo Creator uses the Dolby Digital Consumer Encoder format to create a high quality stereo sound output.
Dolby Digital 5.1 Creator (note:
this feature is optional and only available in some versions of CyberLink PowerProducer) uses the Dolby Digital Consumer Encoder format to create a high quality six channel sound output.
- Location: Select the location where your disc will be played. Location determines the TV format (PAL or NTSC) that is used.