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Blu-Ray Image File Creation Problem With Dvd It Pro Hd


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Hi everyone. I'm encountered a problem which is driving me crazy. I've been using DVD It Pro HD for years now with virtually no problems. All of a sudden a few days ago, I went to create an image file of a HD project I want to burn to Blu-ray disc. I use Nero to burn it to disc after that. Instead of creating one large image file, it created 23 smaller image files. Most of them were about 2gb in size and then a bunch of smaller sizes. I am writing to an NTFS drive with has about 1tb of disc space available. I did try to send it to 3 different drives with the same results. I've been doing it this way for years and I've created dozens of Blu-ray discs. Now all of a sudden it does this. Any ideas?

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Hi everyone. I'm encountered a problem which is driving me crazy. I've been using DVD It Pro HD for years now with virtually no problems. All of a sudden a few days ago, I went to create an image file of a HD project I want to burn to Blu-ray disc. I use Nero to burn it to disc after that. Instead of creating one large image file, it created 23 smaller image files. Most of them were about 2gb in size and then a bunch of smaller sizes. I am writing to an NTFS drive with has about 1tb of disc space available. I did try to send it to 3 different drives with the same results. I've been doing it this way for years and I've created dozens of Blu-ray discs. Now all of a sudden it does this. Any ideas?

 

are you able to compile to folder? and then burn folder with Nero like this

1. http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/folder-structure.html

2. http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/nero10.html

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are you able to compile to folder? and then burn folder with Nero like this

1. http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/folder-structure.html

2. http://www.videoproductions.com.au/html/nero10.html

 

Hi Anton. Thank you so much for responding. I am not sure what you mean by compiling to a folder. Do you mean taking the 24 small image files and compiling them? Or by doing this somehow within DVDit pro?

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Hi Anton. Thank you so much for responding. I am not sure what you mean by compiling to a folder. Do you mean taking the 24 small image files and compiling them? Or by doing this somehow within DVDit pro?

 

instead of creating and image, I always compile to folder, this creates BDMV and Certificate folder, then you can fix the incorrect folder structure prior to burning

 

by creating an image, you will be burning an incorrect folder structure and the BD may fail in many players, so forget about making an image

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Hi everyone. I'm encountered a problem which is driving me crazy. I've been using DVD It Pro HD for years now with virtually no problems. All of a sudden a few days ago, I went to create an image file of a HD project I want to burn to Blu-ray disc. I use Nero to burn it to disc after that. Instead of creating one large image file, it created 23 smaller image files. Most of them were about 2gb in size and then a bunch of smaller sizes. I am writing to an NTFS drive with has about 1tb of disc space available. I did try to send it to 3 different drives with the same results. I've been doing it this way for years and I've created dozens of Blu-ray discs. Now all of a sudden it does this. Any ideas?

 

 

Question, all these years you've created dozens of Blu-ray discs without following antonsvideo advice about "fixing the incorrect folder structure"?

 

Why would you follow or think its sound advice now?

 

If your encountering a problem burning to disc using Nero what is DVDit Pro HD problem?

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Hi everyone. I'm encountered a problem which is driving me crazy. I've been using DVD It Pro HD for years now with virtually no problems. All of a sudden a few days ago, I went to create an image file of a HD project I want to burn to Blu-ray disc. I use Nero to burn it to disc after that. Instead of creating one large image file, it created 23 smaller image files. Most of them were about 2gb in size and then a bunch of smaller sizes. I am writing to an NTFS drive with has about 1tb of disc space available. I did try to send it to 3 different drives with the same results. I've been doing it this way for years and I've created dozens of Blu-ray discs. Now all of a sudden it does this. Any ideas?

 

What do you mean by "28 image files"? What are the extension for those "image files". Why are you using Nero?

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Indeed Anton is right! Please look at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blu-ray_Disc

 

I'll ask you the same question MPPais if Craig J says "I've been doing it this way for years and I've created dozens of Blu-ray discs. Now all of a sudden it does this."

 

What part of "Anton is right" does Craig J need now for it to work? :rolleyes:

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I'll ask you the same question MPPais if Craig J says "I've been doing it this way for years and I've created dozens of Blu-ray discs. Now all of a sudden it does this."

 

What part of "Anton is right" does Craig J need now for it to work? :rolleyes:

Indeed I did the same like Craig J but I recognize that I was technicaly wrong! If for you a technical mistake is not important and only is important that the blu-ray works...well... is your opinion that I must respect!

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