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Re-Encoding Blu-Ray When I Don't Want It To


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I made my first successful Blu-ray disc with a menu the other day, and I'm doing some experimenting with different menu looks, and all of a sudden when I go to burn to disc, it re-encodes the video clips (which it didn't do before with the same video files...it went straight to multiplexing). I have it set to never re-encode video, but it is.

 

Why?????

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If the source file is MPEG 2 make sure that MPEG 2 is selected as the format in the custom encoder settings window. If it is MPEG 4 make sure it is set to MPEG 4. If that isn't set right then Toast ignores the Never re-encode setting because it assumes you want it in the other format.

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