The clips started out as AVCHD. Burned on a DVD using WMM. How do i know what it was recorded at? Played it on a Magnavox tv that has the built in DVD player. Tried it on a portable DVD player and it was worse.
Ok I just check and when picking the "burn dvd" option it is 2.99Mbps
PS anyone else not get the e-mail notifications on here?
Sean Nelson wrote:
Burned a DVD using Windows Movie Maker. The video has parts that freeze. I am buring a new copy with another computer to see if it is the burner. What is usually the problem for this?
What kind of movie are you burning, and what are you trying to play it on? Most consumer DVD and BluRay players will only spin the disk so fast, and if you're recording a video that has too high a bit rate the player won't be able to read it quickly enough to play it smoothly. For example my Panasonic BDP-220 player will play 1080p60 video at 28Mbits/sec from a USB memory stick, but it stutters badly when trying to play the same video from a DVD.
BluRay discs have a higher data density and so they can play back higher-bitrate clips even if the disc doesn't spin any faster.