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Simulation fine. BD-R burn: m2v fine, ac3 NO sound - WHAT HAPPENED?


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Files burned: .m2v 11.5 GB, .ac3 349 MB (delay -388 ms)

Media: Panasonic BD-R 25 GB 1-2X bare disc for Data/Recordable

Burner: OWC Mercury Pro 2X SW-5582 (a Panasonic SW-5582 in external casing, Firewire or USB 2.0 interface)

PC: Dell Dimension 9200 (XPS-410 in the US) Core Duo 6700 2.66 GHz, 3 GB RAM, Window XP SP2, monitor and video board HDCP compliant

HD Transcoding: medium Quality CBR (15000 kbps video; Dolby Digital audio); 15.6 GB total file size estimate; Dolby Digital (2/0) audio at a bit rate of 384 kbps. The "Convert all compliant video and audio files" checkbox was left unchecked since per Help, .ac3 is a supported mult-channel audio file.

Blu-ray Player: Samsung BD-P 1200 (installed the "PS3 Patch" before creating project)

 

Basically, I got video but NO SOUND. Simulation was perfect with video and sound (presence of Dolby 5.1 with PC sound system was self-evident).

 

Any ideas what could have gone wrong?

 

.m2v/.ac3 file creation: HDTV 1080i movie .ts capture file (Van Helsing) ---> HDTVtoMPEG2 .ts to .mpg conversion ---> demuxed to .m2v & .ac3 files ---> imported as DVDit Pro HD assets.

 

I now have 16 GB BD-R video coaster...

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Files burned: .m2v 11.5 GB, .ac3 349 MB (delay -388 ms)

Media: Panasonic BD-R 25 GB 1-2X bare disc for Data/Recordable

Burner: OWC Mercury Pro 2X SW-5582 (a Panasonic SW-5582 in external casing, Firewire or USB 2.0 interface)

PC: Dell Dimension 9200 (XPS-410 in the US) Core Duo 6700 2.66 GHz, 3 GB RAM, Window XP SP2, monitor and video board HDCP compliant

HD Transcoding: medium Quality CBR (15000 kbps video; Dolby Digital audio); 15.6 GB total file size estimate; Dolby Digital (2/0) audio at a bit rate of 384 kbps. The "Convert all compliant video and audio files" checkbox was left unchecked since per Help, .ac3 is a supported mult-channel audio file.

Blu-ray Player: Samsung BD-P 1200 (installed the "PS3 Patch" before creating project)

 

Basically, I got video but NO SOUND. Simulation was perfect with video and sound (presence of Dolby 5.1 with PC sound system was self-evident).

 

Any ideas what could have gone wrong?

 

.m2v/.ac3 file creation: HDTV 1080i movie .ts capture file (Van Helsing) ---> HDTVtoMPEG2 .ts to .mpg conversion ---> demuxed to .m2v & .ac3 files ---> imported as DVDit Pro HD assets.

 

I now have 16 GB BD-R video coaster...

 

Sorry, about the coaster but it may not be, have you tried another player? From your message you are using the Sammy BD-P 1200 which have had mixed results!

 

You should ALWAYS try on BD-RE first, this will eliminate most of those expensive coasters...

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