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Dual Layer Blu-Rays


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Long story short, I think there is a coding error DVDit Pro HD. My question is simple, have you ever created a dual layer blu-ray (volume, images, or the actual disc) which ended up with more than 40 GB of material (in the volume, images, or disc)? From all my experiments, I can produce dual layer discs from 25 GB to 40 GB but can not utilize the last 10 GB at all. So please, to test my theory, let me know if you have tried it and if the results were successful or not.

 

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SB

 

PS - if you are really adventurous and want to help me out, just try to create one. It shouldn't be hard to play with bit rates on material to create a disc that large. Remember, all you need to do is create a volume (I know th discs are expensive!).

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Long story short, I think there is a coding error DVDit Pro HD. My question is simple, have you ever created a dual layer blu-ray (volume, images, or the actual disc) which ended up with more than 40 GB of material (in the volume, images, or disc)? From all my experiments, I can produce dual layer discs from 25 GB to 40 GB but can not utilize the last 10 GB at all. So please, to test my theory, let me know if you have tried it and if the results were successful or not.

 

Thanks,

 

SB

 

PS - if you are really adventurous and want to help me out, just try to create one. It shouldn't be hard to play with bit rates on material to create a disc that large. Remember, all you need to do is create a volume (I know th discs are expensive!).

 

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