I'm using a Panasonic SDR-H18 to film, Windows Movie Maker to edit and Windows DVD Maker to create DVD.
I would like to keep the DVD video in highest quality, so I tried Windows DVD Maker with only 36 minutes of video. The result VIDEO_TS folder on my DVD already has a size of 2.8 Gb, more than half the size of a single layer DVD. I'm wondering if the quality will decrease if I adds more than 60 minutes (not even close to the limitation of 150 minutes) to my Windows DVD Maker project.
Any one knows how to determine the correct size for the highest video quality for Windows DVD Maker?
Thanks and best regards,