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Export Setting For Blu-ray

Last post 11-01-2021, 7:15 by Bob keen. 7 replies.
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  •  11-01-2021, 1:55 817966

    Export Setting For Blu-ray

    Yann very kindly helped me to produce a Blu-ray disc using PS23, which would not output one. I now have a further question.

    The picture quality on the Blu-ray, using img burn to burn it, is hardly any better than the DVD that I output from the same timeline material. I used Mpeg2 and Best Quality as my settings. Would H264 have been better? Are there any other tweaks that can be made to get a better result? 

  •  11-01-2021, 3:19 817967 in reply to 817966

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    h. 264 should be significantly better for the same bitrate. I assume that the Blu-ray disc setttings were for HD, (as was the source material and timeline settings) and its not the resolution that's the issue but the blockiness and movement rendition?
  •  11-01-2021, 3:24 817968 in reply to 817967

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    Yes Jeff, the source material and timeline were HD and Blu-ray was at 1080p. I will try another with h.264. The movement looks fine. It is just the image quality compared to the DVD. I was expecting a significant difference, whereas the only perceptible improvement seemed to be the graphics.
  •  11-01-2021, 4:34 817969 in reply to 817968

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    I seem to be having the same trouble as before using img Burn. I get as far as producing the disc but when I ok it, I get an I/O error and a message 'invalid address to write'. I only have the one Blu-ray drive on my computer and so I cannot understand why img burn sometimes thinks it is invalid. The trouble is, each time it happens ir destroys a Blu-ray disc as in is no longer classified as blank. I have already destroyed another 3 discs in attempting to create a Blu-ray.

     

  •  11-01-2021, 4:49 817970 in reply to 817969

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    Some of your physical disks might be defective.
  •  11-01-2021, 5:40 817971 in reply to 817970

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    It is a new pack that I have just opened Yann. is it really likely that so many of them would be faulty? I will try another pack.
  •  11-01-2021, 5:45 817972 in reply to 817971

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    Tried a new pack of discs also a different brand but with the same result. So far I have had nine attempts at burning a Blu-ray and only one has worked.

     

  •  11-01-2021, 7:15 817975 in reply to 817972

    Re: Export Setting For Blu-ray

    Would you believe it? I decided to try using PS24 to burn the Blu-ray and it worked in there. No accounting for logic. I was not expecting a different result than from  PS23 which I had used to create the project originally.

    Thanks to Jeff and Yann for their help. I am much happier with the quality now Jeff. 

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