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Roxio Creator Nxt Blu Rays Help


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I want to put things on Blu Ray which aren't in HD, I want to put them in 4:3 Format, it won't let me do the project in 4:3 format. I was wondering is there a program with does both 4:3 Format and 16:9 format for Blu Ray? My project is too big for DVD, Blu Ray 50 GB Discs has plenty of space. I was wondering if Roxio would make the next update for blu ray both 4:3 Format and 16:9 Format so we have a choice. I can put old shows which were in 4:3 Format on Blu Ray in 4:3 Format if Roxio had that option. Then for modern shows which are in 16:9 Format I can put it in 16:9 Format.

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I want to put things on Blu Ray which aren't in HD, I want to put them in 4:3 Format, it won't let me do the project in 4:3 format. I was wondering is there a program with does both 4:3 Format and 16:9 format for Blu Ray? My project is too big for DVD, Blu Ray 50 GB Discs has plenty of space. I was wondering if Roxio would make the next update for blu ray both 4:3 Format and 16:9 Format so we have a choice. I can put old shows which were in 4:3 Format on Blu Ray in 4:3 Format if Roxio had that option. Then for modern shows which are in 16:9 Format I can put it in 16:9 Format.

 

This produce seems to where Roxio's don't. I have contacted Roxio to make sure in the future that Roxio does it in both formats for Blu Rays. In general I do like Roxio, but in this case I will have to buy this produce from another company as it says it does 4:3 on DVD and Blu Rays which is what I want.

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Bill, you didn't give us any chance to reply. Your post is about filling the screen with both a 4 by 3 and a 16 by 9 video.

 

I have made blu-ray DVD that contained both 4 by3 and 16 by 9 project with no issues. I believe that I created a 16 by 9 project and overlayed the 4 by 3 video to fit inside the 16 by 9 frame. I then used Video Wave to render the project to high definition mpg2. I pust all the videos, both 4 by 3 and 16 by 9 on a single blu ray disc using Create DVD -Advance. It has been awhile since i did that and I gave the disc away afer I double checked to make sure it played on a blu ray player. I don't remember anyhting else about it.

 

You could always do as I suggested and burn the entire project to a re-writable blu ray disc just in case.

 

I have several video editing programs and don't know one that does it without some juggling.

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Bill, you didn't give us any chance to reply. Your post is about filling the screen with both a 4 by 3 and a 16 by 9 video.

 

I have made blu-ray DVD that contained both 4 by3 and 16 by 9 project with no issues. I believe that I created a 16 by 9 project and overlayed the 4 by 3 video to fit inside the 16 by 9 frame. I then used Video Wave to render the project to high definition mpg2. I pust all the videos, both 4 by 3 and 16 by 9 on a single blu ray disc using Create DVD -Advance. It has been awhile since i did that and I gave the disc away afer I double checked to make sure it played on a blu ray player. I don't remember anyhting else about it.

 

You could always do as I suggested and burn the entire project to a re-writable blu ray disc just in case.

 

I have several video editing programs and don't know one that does it without some juggling.

 

My blank blu ray discs are RW and are 50GB ones.

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OK Bill your question falls in the category of 'I don't know anything about it but it must be easy'... :lol::D:lol:

 

What you are asking is impossible!

 

Ratios are mathematical laws and nothing can violate them :huh:

 

You can Crop them or you can stretch and distort the image but otherwise, you can't have a 4:3 picture on a 16:9 format without borders!

 

Nor can you have a 4:3 BD or AVCHD Project - no such animal exists nor will it ever exist...

 

You can slap almost 13 hours of video onto a 50 GB BD disc by simply lowering your quality to a mere 1280 X 750 @ 15 Mbps... Not too shabby and likely way better than any source file you have ;)

 

Just change the Quality to EP.

 

You do know that Rewritable discs are not considered permanent??? The dye will fad over time and they become unreadable :o

 

If your Project is something you want to keep, only use quality R media ;)

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OK Bill your question falls in the category of 'I don't know anything about it but it must be easy'... :lol::D:lol:

 

What you are asking is impossible!

 

Ratios are mathematical laws and nothing can violate them :huh:

 

You can Crop them or you can stretch and distort the image but otherwise, you can't have a 4:3 picture on a 16:9 format without borders!

 

Nor can you have a 4:3 BD or AVCHD Project - no such animal exists nor will it ever exist...

 

You can slap almost 13 hours of video onto a 50 GB BD disc by simply lowering your quality to a mere 1280 X 750 @ 15 Mbps... Not too shabby and likely way better than any source file you have ;)

 

Just change the Quality to EP.

 

You do know that Rewritable discs are not considered permanent??? The dye will fad over time and they become unreadable :o

 

If your Project is something you want to keep, only use quality R media ;)

 

OK so I could convert the episodes of The Bill onto 16:9 Format, but on my Blu Ray Player they are like 4:3 Format in a 16:9 shape, if i zoom twice it is in full screen.

If I did the episodes in 16:9 Format could I TV Safe Zone the episodes only but not the Menu? I have 16:9 TV, I would say most people would do these days.

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OK so I could convert the episodes of The Bill onto 16:9 Format, but on my Blu Ray Player they are like 4:3 Format in a 16:9 shape, if i zoom twice it is in full screen.

If I did the episodes in 16:9 Format could I TV Safe Zone the episodes only but not the Menu? I have 16:9 TV, I would say most people would do these days.

I did try it out on 16:9 Format but the episodes were smaller than the special menu I made. I made the menu from video back ground in 16:9 Format, menu background was perfect but episodes were like 4:3 Format in 16:9 shape. Is there a way I can TV Safe Zone those episodes only?

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Bill, you didn't give us any chance to reply. Your post is about filling the screen with both a 4 by 3 and a 16 by 9 video.

 

I have made blu-ray DVD that contained both 4 by3 and 16 by 9 project with no issues. I believe that I created a 16 by 9 project and overlayed the 4 by 3 video to fit inside the 16 by 9 frame. I then used Video Wave to render the project to high definition mpg2. I pust all the videos, both 4 by 3 and 16 by 9 on a single blu ray disc using Create DVD -Advance. It has been awhile since i did that and I gave the disc away afer I double checked to make sure it played on a blu ray player. I don't remember anyhting else about it.

 

You could always do as I suggested and burn the entire project to a re-writable blu ray disc just in case.

 

I have several video editing programs and don't know one that does it without some juggling.

I selected Fit To Screen and it seems to be good.

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If your happy with not seeing what has been cropped off the top & bottom - great! ;)

 

Yeah I noticed that once the project was finished. I will try and convert those files from 4:3 format to 16:9 format then fit to screen and hopefully they won't be cut of top and bottom?

 

If it doesn't then I will just put them in 4:3 format and put up with the black border on left and right.

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