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Chapters are not were I placed them on timeline


rstaats

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I completed my first Blue-ray vacation movie with DVDit Pro HD V. 6.3 build 631b11a. I have 11 chapters and on the last 5 chapters they are not where I placed them on the timeline. Playing the movie using the Sony BDP-S1 (1.55) the last 5 chapters moved maybe three or four I frames to the right. I went back into the project and move the chapters more to the left and authored another movie and the same thing happens. When I use the simulater in DPHD it shows the chapters in the right place. Playing the Blue ray disc with PowerDVD also shows the last 5 chapters not in the right place. I made a SD DVD dis from the same project and all the chapters are in the right place using the Sony player. The movie is 1 hour and 25 minutes long. Looking for some help on this. Other then the chapter problem the video looks great on HDTV.

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ok, so on the SD disc, I imagine you are going from the HD assets to SD within DVDit Pro HD? If so, in the transcode process the program is setting custom GOPS. it is putting I-Frames where you have determined you want your chapter points.

 

Not sure what is happening in the HD version. Are you using legal HD MPEG-2 in the application or are you transcoding in the application? Will have engineering check it out.

 

Scott, I am using legal HD MPEG-2, Procoder Express. Yes to your first question (HD assets to SD) within.

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ok, so on the SD disc, I imagine you are going from the HD assets to SD within DVDit Pro HD? If so, in the transcode process the program is setting custom GOPS. it is putting I-Frames where you have determined you want your chapter points.

 

Not sure what is happening in the HD version. Are you using legal HD MPEG-2 in the application or are you transcoding in the application? Will have engineering check it out.

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