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Problem With Still Images On Blu Ray Disc


Frank in Naples
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I burned blu ray discs with Toast 11. It was a combination of HD video and stills from a Nikon D7000. Using both a Sony blu ray burner, as well as a standard DVD with the HD plugin, I found that the video looks great on a HD televisions, but the stills look cartoonish. If I burn the images alone on a CD, they look great as well. Where is the problem combining the stills and videos on one disc? I have found customer support, at least the guy I chatted with to be of no help. I don't know where to fix the settings to make it look better. P{lease help if you can!!!

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There was another recent post on the topic of the Blu-ray still photos. I did a test and found that they are encoded in standard definition NTSC so of course they will look bad on a HDTV.

 

Surprisingly (to my family and friends) I don't yet have a Blu-ray player much less a Blu-ray burner. Although I can't be sure of this but I believe that Blu-ray players can play discs burned with photos in a data mode (such as UDF). Check to see if that is the case with yours. If so, what might work is to choose Save as Disc Image when making the Blu-ray video, mounting the disc image and copying its contents to the Toast Data window and adding your photo albums as separate folders. Let me know if this is a workable alternative.

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