Verify the content of a burned disk

Normally encode2mpeg creates an mpeg stream, then a binary image and finally burns the image on the selectred support (CD or DVD). The burn process may not be error free. A DVD burner may burn a disks with corrupted data due to a bad media; the burn process shows no errors, but the disk content is not 100% identical to the source image. In order to compare the image of the burned media with the one present on the hard disk, add the option -verify to your command line. Example:
encode2mpeg -o TITLE -n p source.avi -stdvid 9 -verify
If any file on the burned disk is different from the correspondent file present on the hard disk, there will be an error message in the log file. I recomend to use -verify all the times you burn disks with encode2mpeg.

Save the encoded stream on a ISO/UDF dvd disk

There exist many hardware DVD players able to play DivX and MPEG-4 streams and VCD/SVCD mpeg streams burned with a ISO/UDF filesystem on the DVD media. With encode2mpeg it is possible to burn such streams with the option -burniso or -burnudf. The stream just encoded, avi or mpeg, will be burned on the DVD disk preserving any other streams already present. If the media is DVD RW, you can erase any previous file already on the disk adding the option -blank. The option -burnudf creates a disk image bigger than the one created with -burniso, therefore -burniso should be preferred except if the file to burn is bigger than 2GB, in such case only -burnudf can be used. The options -burniso and -burnudf are valid only if you are not burning a standard VCD/SVCD/DVD. It means that one of: -avionly, -mpegonly, -imageonly, -isoonly, must be present together with -burniso/-burnudf.

encode2mpeg -o TITLE dvd://1 -avionly -encode 3:2:2 -burniso -verify
It is, of course, possible to combine -verify with -burniso/-burnudf.