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Some Strange Problems With Blu-ray


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I just burned my first blu-ray disk using toast 9. This was a test and I selected 4 .mov files created in Final Cut Pro. I gave the disk to my client for review and he reported the following two problems:

 

1. At the end of a couple of the movies, the movie would jump back about a minute and replay the ending a second time before going on the the next movie (didn't do this on every movie). Yes, I checked the movie clip in quicktime and the ending wasn't repeated, only when it burned it to blu-ray.

 

2. I had selected continuous play so it would go from movie to movie without stopping. At the end of each movie, his blu-ray player on his TV would display "Reading Content" instead of just playing the movie.

 

As the final project will be displayed on a 30 foot screen in front of a thousand people I have to get these two problems fixed and have less than three weeks to do so.

 

Help! Any ideas?

Ron

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I've had this same issue; been trying relentlessly over the past week re-encoding files and reburning and getting no where for my trouble except now I've got a recurring audio lip sync issue ! I've also got an approaching deadline if anyone has any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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-Rob

 

I just burned my first blu-ray disk using toast 9. This was a test and I selected 4 .mov files created in Final Cut Pro. I gave the disk to my client for review and he reported the following two problems:

 

1. At the end of a couple of the movies, the movie would jump back about a minute and replay the ending a second time before going on the the next movie (didn't do this on every movie). Yes, I checked the movie clip in quicktime and the ending wasn't repeated, only when it burned it to blu-ray.

 

2. I had selected continuous play so it would go from movie to movie without stopping. At the end of each movie, his blu-ray player on his TV would display "Reading Content" instead of just playing the movie.

 

As the final project will be displayed on a 30 foot screen in front of a thousand people I have to get these two problems fixed and have less than three weeks to do so.

 

Help! Any ideas?

Ron

 

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Here is what I had to do to work around the looping at the end of each movie.

 

I opened all of the smaller movies into Quicktime, created a new movie file and for each movie in order, I selected all, copied and pasted the movie at the end of the new movie.

 

At the end of the last movie, I had created a blank movie about 1 minute long and pasted that at the end.

 

I then saved the movie and brought it in to toast.

 

this did the job, but I didn't use menus.

 

Hope that helps and they get this fixed soon!!!

 

Ron

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