Has anyone produced a Camtasia Studio 8 video and had it still look good after burned to a dvd by authoring software?

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I have tried everything I could think of in producing a video in Camtasia Studio to have the video look good after an authoring software burns it to a DVD.  I've been using CyberLink PowerDirector13.  No Luck.  The video is blurry and the text is unreadable.  Any ideas?
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Dan Brown

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Joe Morgan

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I saw your previous post.  Rendering to a DVD with an interactive menu. I don't believe that is possible. Not if your referring to a menu created within Camtasia . 
As far as blurring goes. Are you trying to burn HD content to a standard DVD disk? Because a standard DVD has a very low resolution.  
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Thanks for you reply Joe.  Actually, i used Windows DVD Maker to burn a video to DVD and the quality was quite good.  It's just bad when using CyberLinks PowerDirector 13.  I chose that one because of the reviews.  I would be open to another software that would work with Camtasia.  I am using Verbatim discs.
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Why are you using the DVD format?
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Dan Brown

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Scott, I use a DVD for capacity. 

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