Anyone? I had to revert to using a competitor's product to make the disc, which was rendered without incident. I had never used My DVD in 2011, so this issue may have subsisted for awhile, and I was just not aware.
Video- great, Menu- Works like a charm; Audio - there's my problem! The .wav file I used for the audio menu plays just fine, but when I click one of the links to play a an .m2ts file, the video pops right up, and is just beautiful, but the audio plays like it is at the wrong speed: slooooow. And the problem also exists when I play any .ts or .m2ts file with Cineplayer. Mediacenter, windows media player, VLC player, etc. play the files back just fine. The Roxio products choke on them. I have the Roxio product updated to the latest version.
The production was a homemade production of the one of the bowl games, using h.264 m2ts files edited with Videoredo. The files are rather lenghty- one of them around 3 hours long (its a ballgame!), and I would think that since I am producing a 25 gb blu-ray disc which is only half full with the production content, the .m2ts files would not even have to be remuxed by MyDVD to make the disc. Arcsoft Total Media Experience, produces a final blu- ray product in less than an hour: I had to leave MyDVD running all night to finish the same project. And again, video and menu worked just fine, but the slow audio plagued each linked video in the Blu- ray.
Never actually burned the project to a disk. Created files and folders, and used Imgburn to create a mountable .iso file. Also produced an iso file using MyDVD. Same result.
I am thinking this is going to be something so obvious that I am going to blush in humiliation when someone tells me what I am doing wrong.
Go ahead, hit me! I am a big boy.