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Hi all.

 

If you could help me with any suggestion, I'm really appreciate your help.

 

I'm trying to make a Blu-ray disc and having trouble. I burned a copy of Blu-ray disc with 2 hour+ footage and burning task is completed, however the image is weird as you can see in the attached picture. My setting of burning is below. Any motion part looks like wave.

 

One an hour and two 30 min HDV movies which are exported with chapter markers from Final Cut Pro 6.

 

Menu

Splash(16:9) widescreen

number of bottom:Auto

 

Encode

Custom

Mpeg 2

Avg 25mbps

Max 25mbps

Motion:Best

Re-encode:auto

Field:Upper

Aspect:16:9

 

The biggest problem is that the below PIC 1.

Second prob is PIC 2 that the burned disc doesn't show Chapters. It starts with default main menu (?) with bottoms from top, Play, Chapters, Audio, Subtitle, Other titles. When I click on Chapter, it shows each timecode of each chapter markers. Those are only for the first an hour HDV movie. To see second or third 30 min HDV movies, I need to click on Other Chapters then pick one. PIC3 shows when I click on Other Titles.

 

If you have any suggestions of what to try or test, please let me know. Sorry the pic is in Japanese.

 

Thank You.

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The picture problem is the wrong interlacing field order. I would choose progressive. Also, my bit rate settings are for a maximum 16 mbps so I don't know how you set it at 25. It generally isn't good to set the bit rates too high because it makes it harder for some players to play. So leave a little room. You won't see any difference.

 

As for the menu issues I don't have any real experience with those. There are several topics posted in the forum regarding menu problems. You might try Toast 11.0.6 if you aren't already using it to create a disc image. Unfortunately Toast 11.0.6 can't burn discs (oops) so you need to burn the disc image using Toast 11.0.4. There also is a link by patarox in this forum to a Toast 11.1 beta.

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Thanks for your reply tsantee.

 

I've tried Top, Bottom, Progressive, Auto field but all of them have same waved picture problem. I've also tried encoding with Compressor 3 using H264 and avoided encoding on Toast 11 but still have same problem. I did set my bite rate to 16 mbps as well.

The version of the Toast I was using was 11.0.4 and I just updated to 11.0.6 and both problems still exist.

 

I don't know what to do and starting to think about installing bootcamp on my Mac Pro and installing Windows XP.

 

If you have any other suggestions, please let me know.

 

Thanks

Sho

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Thanks for your reply tsantee.

 

I've tried Top, Bottom, Progressive, Auto field but all of them have same waved picture problem. I've also tried encoding with Compressor 3 using H264 and avoided encoding on Toast 11 but still have same problem. I did set my bite rate to 16 mbps as well.

The version of the Toast I was using was 11.0.4 and I just updated to 11.0.6 and both problems still exist.

 

I don't know what to do and starting to think about installing bootcamp on my Mac Pro and installing Windows XP.

 

If you have any other suggestions, please let me know.

 

Thanks

Sho

Given what you've said this must have something to do with the source video. What are its specs? How was it imported to the Mac? Since you have Compressor you must be using Final Cut Pro. How did you export the video from FCP?

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