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can I burn SD video on Blue Ray disc?


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What is GD?

 

I'm sorry for the typo: "GD", I mean the size of the movie: 22 GB, and since it is 22GB big, I thought that perhaps it is possible to burn this entire 22GB QT movie to Blue Ray disc, so it will NOT be compressed at all, and this will provide the best playback quality...

 

Is this possible by using Toast, and if yes - how - or I need to get something different? Or - perhaps it is not doable..?

 

Anybody knows?

 

Thank you.

 

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I mean the size of the movie: 22 GB, and since it is 22GB big, I thought that perhaps it is possible to burn this entire 22GB QT movie to Blue Ray disc
If you intend to play this on a set top BD player, the video codec must be MPEG-2, H.264 AVC or VC-1 and the audio codec must be Dolby Digital (AC3), DTS or PCM. If your MOV has different codecs, it must be converted (with Toast or anything else), and the file size will change.

 

...so it will NOT be compressed at all, and this will provide the best playback quality...
BD does not support uncompressed video. Your source file size suggests it might be in DV format. DV is always compressed (5-to-1).

Compression and visual quality work differently for various codecs. H.264 allows for much lower bitrates at comparable visual quality, thus higher compression (at the 'cost' of being much more complex).

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