|Jul 8, 2005, 03:25 PM||#1|
[iDVD] Create Disk Image = loss of quality in any way?
Just wondering, if I create an Disk Image through iDVD, then burn a DVD from that, is the quality identical to if you burn the DVD directly from iDVD? Are there any quality loss?
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|Jul 8, 2005, 06:08 PM||#3|
I'm willing to bet that the discs will be bit-identical either way--it probably does the same thing even if you burn directly, you just never see the disk image.
And this is the only way I make discs anymore; aside from the ease of making extra copies, it gives you a buffer if something goes wrong and lets you preview the finished disc before wasting a DVD-R. I've already saved a couple of discs this way.
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