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I just installed DVDit Pro HD and and the Life is Good GGW-H20L blueray burner.

 

 

 

The program was shot on HDV and then "mixed down" by Avid Pro HD into their DNXHD 145 codec.

 

This was exported as a quicktime and was accepted by DVDit Pro HD.

 

 

When I looked at the simulation, it was jittery. It dropped lots of frames.

 

 

 

 

When I tried to burn a Blueray DVD it went through the long process of transcoding Video and audio and then authoring..

 

 

and when it came time to burn to disk.

 

it ejected the disk and said that it couldn't burn "this type of disk".

 

 

I tried two disks. A Verbatim BD-RE that was supplied as a demo with the burner

 

and

 

a Panasonic BD-R

 

 

 

 

I just started trying to use this software and hardware so my experience is really limited to

 

the old standard DVD making processes with Avid and Sonic and various burners.

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I just installed DVDit Pro HD and and the Life is Good GGW-H20L blueray burner.

The program was shot on HDV and then "mixed down" by Avid Pro HD into their DNXHD 145 codec.

 

This was exported as a quicktime and was accepted by DVDit Pro HD.

When I looked at the simulation, it was jittery. It dropped lots of frames.

When I tried to burn a Blueray DVD it went through the long process of transcoding Video and audio and then authoring..

and when it came time to burn to disk.

 

it ejected the disk and said that it couldn't burn "this type of disk".

I tried two disks. A Verbatim BD-RE that was supplied as a demo with the burner

 

and

 

a Panasonic BD-R

I just started trying to use this software and hardware so my experience is really limited to

 

the old standard DVD making processes with Avid and Sonic and various burners.

 

First, welcome.

 

I would suggest to always "write to volume" which creates the files on your hard drive, then you can use Nero, etc... to write to your disk. Did your drive come with burning software?

 

Check to see if you have the latest firmware for your burner.

 

The "jitter" could be your PC is not fast enough to handle the video or you actually have dropped frames which would be a conversion issue.

 

 

- Paul

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Dear Paul,

 

My computer is a brand newish HP XW8400 with a quadcore xeon processor.

The video does not have dropped frames. The "dropped Frames" is my way of discribing the playback. This Drop Frame thing is regular and seems to be a function of some settings in the path from Avid Pro HD to Sonic.

 

 

 

 

I don't understand why Nero would be preferable to Sonic DVDit Pro HD, and I am unaware of Nero being able to burn to Blueray.

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