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DVD Player recognizes disk but won't Playback DVD Compliant MPEG 2 vid


Ketch1
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Hi guys,

 

I created a DVD compliant MPEG 2 video in TMPGENC and then imported into DVDit Pro HD. When I import it tells me that the video is not compliant for Blu Ray Discs, which is fine because I want to create a SD DVD. Anyway, when I go to burn my disc the program doesn't transcode the video which is what I want. The only problem is that when I put the DVD in my DVD/Blu Ray Player it recognizes the disk and takes me to the menu put when I select the video/title and press play, it NEVER plays. However, when I import an AVI into DVDit Pro HD and burn a disk it playback just fine. Can anyone help me out with this? Why won't it playback?

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did you make elementary streams with TmpgEnc?

 

video bitrate should be no more than 7700

audio bitrate should be ac3 256

and close the GOP

 

for Pal

http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/tmpeg4.html

 

 

Thank you for the response. Yes, I did create elementary streams. Well, I found something new out. I can play the DVD with the compliant MPEG on my regular DVD player but when I put it into the Blu Ray player it does not work. I will give your solution a try and see if that makes a difference for the Blu Ray player. Also, to be sure I am burning a DVD not a Blu Ray disc. I just want to be able to play that DVD in the Blu Ray Player.

 

 

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