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DVDIt does not create complaint blu-ray discs


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Hello.

 

Your software does not create blu-ray compliant discs.

The blu-ray standard uses Transport Stream MPEGs (as possed to DVD/HDDVD Program Stream).

 

Your software will not accept transport stream (.ts files) it says they are invalid filetype.

When renamed to .mpg the program crashes every time when draging the file from the media palette to the project titles. (tried with several different files).

 

It will accept program stream mpegs. and proceeds to burn them without muxing to the blu-ray disc.

Resulting in a non standard disc that wont play on anything except a PC.

 

Conclusing: it wont burn compliant files, and incorrectly burns non-compliant files :)

 

I am using windows vista.

 

Please fix this bug.

Thanks.

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Hello.

 

Your software does not create blu-ray compliant discs.

The blu-ray standard uses Transport Stream MPEGs (as possed to DVD/HDDVD Program Stream).

 

Your software will not accept transport stream (.ts files) it says they are invalid filetype.

When renamed to .mpg the program crashes every time when draging the file from the media palette to the project titles. (tried with several different files).

 

It will accept program stream mpegs. and proceeds to burn them without muxing to the blu-ray disc.

Resulting in a non standard disc that wont play on anything except a PC.

 

Conclusing: it wont burn compliant files, and incorrectly burns non-compliant files :)

 

I am using windows vista.

 

Please fix this bug.

Thanks.

 

A little bit of self education is in order.

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Well the output of your program doesnt play on the PS3.

Though if i burn the mpg file directly onto the disc it will play.

 

I believe it worked once, but now if it doesnt crash when loading media. it errors when trying to burn with this.

"An error occured during setup of video plug-in for transcoding -63106"

 

That is a known issue, look at previous discussions on this one... As of right now, the PS3 doesn't allow the \BDMV on BD-R/RE disks :huh: You can put the clips on a data disks and it will play them fine. :) I'm hoping that the March firmware upgrade will allow this...

 

You can also do a \BDAV format but you have no menus (why they even bother with this I don't know, at least have static menus or something)

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Hello.

 

Your software does not create blu-ray compliant discs.

The blu-ray standard uses Transport Stream MPEGs (as possed to DVD/HDDVD Program Stream).

 

Your software will not accept transport stream (.ts files) it says they are invalid filetype.

When renamed to .mpg the program crashes every time when draging the file from the media palette to the project titles. (tried with several different files).

 

It will accept program stream mpegs. and proceeds to burn them without muxing to the blu-ray disc.

Resulting in a non standard disc that wont play on anything except a PC.

 

Conclusing: it wont burn compliant files, and incorrectly burns non-compliant files :)

 

I am using windows vista.

 

Please fix this bug.

Thanks.

 

What are your settings for your .ts? It's also very important as the BD specs are very specific. I'm kinda confused about your statement on .mpgs, I think DVDit demuxes the file so it can create the BD disc (aka DVD)? Scott can probably answer you questions more specifically but I do think they create a compliant BD disc when the program works and if the player can handle \BDMV on BD-R/RE

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Wow, really interesting post. It is like saying that a scantron test can't be taken with a blue crayon so if you do use a blue crayon all of your answers are wrong. True, the software can not take .ts files. no, it does not create non-compliant discs. It takes video files (MPEG, MOV, AVI, etc) and converts them to BD legal MPEG-2 and then structures them as legal BDMV transport streams. If your computer can play the discs with PowerDVD BD, then it is a legal disc. Your mileage may vary on BD players because not all of them support BDMV on BD-R/RE at this time. That will change as the manufacturers update their firmware. For today, the Panasonic, Pioneer and unmodified Samsung players work just fine.

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Well the output of your program doesnt play on the PS3.

Though if i burn the mpg file directly onto the disc it will play.

 

I believe it worked once, but now if it doesnt crash when loading media. it errors when trying to burn with this.

"An error occured during setup of video plug-in for transcoding -63106"

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.TS is just a container format, within the TS file you could have any sort of video file (most common being MPEG2 & h.264 - not necessarily BD compliant, but it's possible to have others), TS does what it says on the tin, it's for transporting a stream, who knows what the stream could be!

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