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    Blu-Ray Burning - No Video On Two Of Three Segments

    Well, importing the video files into Final Cut and reexporting didn't work - same issues. I'm using Memorex BD-R 4x 25GB Single Layer discs. The Panasonic manual says BD-R discs are supported, which is evident because the disc reads, the menu comes up, and one of the menu items plays fine. I was able to burn a DVD which works. The reason I don't think it's the Blu-ray player is that the gag reel menu choice plays fine. I haven't tried it on another Blu-ray player yet. Oh well, lots of fancy drink coasters made so far...
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    Blu-Ray Burning - No Video On Two Of Three Segments

    Tried to reduce Mbps and changed to MPEG-4 with the same results. I wonder if the problem is the source material (shot on a RED ONE). Maybe there's a codec problem somewhere in the workflow. I'm in the middle of trying to import the .mp4 file into Final Cut and exporting it to a .mov file to see if that works. Thanks, Todd
  3. I have three video files that I dropped into Toast, but only get video for two of them. I am trying to create a Blu-ray disc with 3 menu choices (a film, a production slide show, and a gag reel). The three files (largest less than nine minutes long) are: First: (video black, only plays audio when burned, original .mp4 file size 1.02 GB, 08:20 duration - the film) Video: MPEG-4 Video, 1920 x 1080, 23.98 fps Audio: MPEG-4 Audio, Stereo, 48000 Hz Second: (video black when burned, original .mov file size 140 MB, 03:25 duration - the production slide show) Video: H.264, 1920 x 1080, 23,98 fps Audio: none Third: (plays audio and video, original .mov file size 273 MB, 1:55 duration - the gag reel) Video: MPEG-4 Video, 1920 x 1090, 15 fps Audio: MPEG-4 Audio, Stereo, 44100 Hz Output summary: 2.55 GB, Blu-ray Video, Video MPEG-2, 26.0 Mbps (26.0 Mbps max), Audio Dolby digital 192 kbps Biggest difference I see is the 15 fps on the video that plays vs. 23.98 fps. Will play all files (but not the menu) from a burned disc on my Blu-ray burner LG Super Multi Blue BE14 using Roxio Video Player, but on my Panasonic DMP-BD30 Blu-ray player I get a menu but only can see the video of the third menu item. Using Toast Titanium 11.1 on a MacBook Pro 2.93 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo, 4 GB 1067 Mhz DDR3 memory, Mac OS X 10.7.5. Custom Toast settings: Encoding: Video Format MPEG-2 Average Bit Rate 26.0 Mbps Maximum Bit Rate 26.0 Mbps Motion Estimation Best Reencoding Automatic Field Dominance Automatic Aspect Ration Automatic (all should be 16:9) Audio Format Dolby Digital Data Rate Automatic Thanks for any help! Todd
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