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Encode To Blu Ray Disc Still Limited To 26 Mbps Since Toast 11

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Finally heard back from Corel that the internal encoding, as far back as Toast 11, is still limited

to a max. of 26 Mbps., using either MPEG2 or MPEG4 - nothing has changed in this upgrade to 14.

 

I've been using Toast to burn QT MOV programs edited in Final Cut 7.0, from original Sony HDV video recordings

for years, and HDV captures at a max. of 25 Mbps - no issues, and great quality, even though I believe

the current Blu Ray Discs can handle up to 45 Mbps, and a new Blu Ray format may handle the UHDs/4K, too.

 

My concern is that Sony will someday dump the HDV format entirely, or my cameras may simply

need to be replaced. The new HD (and UHD) video cameras can output in codecs that can handle

the higher quality video outputs in the 35, 50 to 100 Mbps.

 

When will Roxio/Corel improve their encoding engine to handle these higher quality recordings for Blu Ray Discs?

Will post this directly to Corel and Roxio management websites, too, as someone suggested.

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