Images and video have poor quality when played on a DVD player
Images and video have poor quality when played on a DVD player.
Images with motion (such as using the "Ken Burns Effect" option in iDVD) can have poor quality when played back on a DVD player. The quality is based on a number of factors, including:
- Source Quality.
- Frame rate.
- Compression level.
If the quality is unacceptable, try using a different program to make the DVD. A program called Toast or Easy Media Creator is included with most optical drives, and frequently is able to more effectively create DVDs than other 3rd-party programs.