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Steve Hartwell

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Thick Bones are a good thing when you are beating your head against a wall! :lol:

 

The chart is just a result of test runs and shows you the TIME it takes on my PC's…

 

Actually I have added a real video card to the Dell 530 since then (had the black slide problem) but never retested.

 

But the Dual Core times should be typical for your PC's as well.

 

So, your tests indicate that if I had 'smart render', my PC should build and burn a 1 hour on BD-R in 8 or 9 minutes ?

 

what's smart render ? - asking again, which you didn't answer.

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So, your tests indicate that if I had 'smart render', my PC should build and burn a 1 hour on BD-R in 8 or 9 minutes ?

 

what's smart render ? - asking again, which you didn't answer.

Smart Render takes place when the program detects that the file is in a compliant format. It is not something you can turn off or on…

 

We are a little confused as to when it works in 2010??? The tests I ran were in 2009. But in the end it is not up to you! If the software decides your project qualifies you get it! If not, you don't Then if you change something, like the quality from HQ to SP, everything must be fully rendered.

 

But no one considers it important enough to take all the time to set up test conditions and run the tests… The tests for that simple little chart took me 2 days to run! And that was under One set of Conditions...

 

You have never said what the length your of your project is, so there is no way I can answer your question about render time. But part of the problem is that you are not reading the chart!!! How can you possible read an 8 minute BD-R into a label marked "…No Menu HQ DVD"!!! Try 4 to 5 HOURS

 

And actually that may be a stretch. The chart test was AVCHD not BD… Could be some differences.

 

One more to boggle your mind, he, he, he :lol:

 

Blu-ray 25 GB Capacity:

HQ— 3:29

SP— 4:00

LP— 4:43

EP— 6:24

 

Blu-ray 50 GB Capacity:

HQ— 6:59

SP— 8:02

LP— 9:27

EP— 12:50

 

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Could be... post-39730-1259878435.jpg

 

Sorry, thick head I guess, don't comprehend your reply.

 

Can you please explain what your comparison chart means ?

hardware slower than software ? - what is smart render ?

8 minutes to build and burn a 1 hour video ?

 

I've got a Pentium Dual Core 2.2 GHz with 3.25G of RAM Memory.

 

 

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Sorry, thought it was obvious I meant when in Create DVD mode, Menu editing, select a movie/button in the Project View window, and the far right window contains some choices, Go to and Play from and After playing

 

the After playing is greyed out.

 

steve

Your still leaving out important details which waste time. If this was your car, your bill would be up to $500 by now and nothing done :lol:

 

The After Playing choice is a function of the DVD Movie standard. It does not exist for BD or AVCHD Standard…

 

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Sorry, thick head I guess, don't comprehend your reply.

 

Can you please explain what your comparison chart means ?

hardware slower than software ? - what is smart render ?

8 minutes to build and burn a 1 hour video ?

 

I've got a Pentium Dual Core 2.2 GHz with 3.25G of RAM Memory.

Thick Bones are a good thing when you are beating your head against a wall! :lol:

 

The chart is just a result of test runs and shows you the TIME it takes on my PC's…

 

Actually I have added a real video card to the Dell 530 since then (had the black slide problem) but never retested.

 

But the Dual Core times should be typical for your PC's as well.

 

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Your still leaving out important details which waste time. If this was your car, your bill would be up to $500 by now and nothing done :lol:

 

The After Playing choice is a function of the DVD Movie standard. It does not exist for BD or AVCHD Standard…

 

can't give you details i don't know.

 

i never saw any mention of it not being available for a BD or AVCHD project.

 

well, then that explains why it ain't available in the project i'm doing.

 

cheque's in the mail.

sh.

 

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can't give you details i don't know.

 

i never saw any mention of it not being available for a BD or AVCHD project.

 

well, then that explains why it ain't available in the project i'm doing.

 

cheque's in the mail.

sh.

Cheque!!!

 

I was hoping for a pony… :(

 

Don't hesitate to ask when other problems/questions come up :D

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