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Disc wont play in anything, Help, think i need SS Scott


Dominic I

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Why do these things always happen when you’re on the tightest deadline?

 

Here is what I’ve done so far.

 

Footage brought in Via XLH1 1080 50i (I'm in the UK) into Prem Pro 2. I them encoded 1 1/2 mins of footage to make a test disc using the setting that SS Scott suggested would go straight through (however DVD it HD still seemed to re-encode it?) i.e.

 

Adobe Premiere Pro

File | Export | Adobe Media Encoder

Format: MPEG2

Preset: 1080 50i (as UK)

Mbps: set it to 30 CBR

 

File was only 387MB

 

I then burned it to a Verbatim disc using SONY BWU-100A BLU-RAY burner.

 

I'm using Power DVD Ultra and although I’ve had a Graphics card in the computer that supports it still won’t play, so my only option is to play it on a stand alone player. As my client is going to play it on a PS3 I went into our Local Sony Centre and it wouldn’t play on there PS3 (V1.56 I think) or a Sony media that supported Blu-ray using Win DVD.

 

I've installed the DVDit HD PS3 path, but still no good. I've also tried making a disc using an ISO file made from DVDit HD which I will try tomorrow.

 

The other thing that seemed odd was the speed at which it wrote the disc; do Blu-ray discs not need to burn a lead-in or Lead out? It seemed to complete the disk quicker that a STD DVD? All so the disk shows as BD ROM rather than the project/title name.

 

Any help would be great as I really don’t want to have to give them a Std Def DVD.

 

Any advice/help would be gratefully received

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The PS3 firmware was either 1.54 or 1.56, i have installed the patch on DVDit Pro HD. Could the PS3 in the shop not be seing it due to haveing an old firmware?

 

Please go back and read the instructions on the first line of the sticky, firmware 1.6 or above. <_<

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Tried the ISO file burnt to disk, it did'nt work.

 

Tried makeing a Volume and managed to get a Laptop we have to play the volume from the HDD (although it only played as a string of stills as neither the CPU or Graphics card were up to it (according to Cyberlink BD advisor) bu it played it.

 

The PS3 in the shop is simply not seeing the disc, is burning a Volume onto the disc likly to change this?

 

The PS3 firmware was either 1.54 or 1.56, i have installed the patch on DVDit Pro HD. Could the PS3 in the shop not be seing it due to haveing an old firmware?

 

Is updateing the firmware on my SONY BWU-100A Blu-ray burner, likely to make any differance. It is at 1B at the moment and the latest version is 1E?

 

Are we in the UK aloud to call the US Tech support line (the one that charges $35 per issue) to sort out tech problems? I'd like to call by Skype to keep the call cost down.

 

The UK has a £1 per min call line but that seems to be dead?

 

Sorry for so many questions, i'm strting to panic as my deadline approches

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