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Re: DVD and Blu-ray encoding specs for import into Encore?

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Daniel LudwigRe: DVD and Blu-ray encoding specs for import into Encore?
by on Nov 19, 2011 at 6:23:24 am

hi per,
MPEG2 SD for DVD and MPEG2 SD for Blu-ray are slidely different. I´ve heard you can tweek the DVD-files using the freeware-tool ReStream (PC) to set the SD-DVD-file to be complient with blu-ray. will ask my collegue again about it.

in general: encore does only accept PCM audio OR AC3, depending on your transcoding-settings you choose in your project-settings.

if you are happy with DVD SP for DVD you should go on using it for DVD as Encore has sadly limitations and a lot bugs. one of the biggest limitations is the missing scripting-capability.

if you need to create easy BDs it´s fine as well, if you need to create a bit more advanced features for it, you should think about getting Blustreak Tracer from Rivergate Software as well, as you can extent the capabilities as you can edit the movieobject-commands post-muxed.

if you would like to create advanced/full featured blu-rays you should think about a different (PC-) software.

cheers

danny


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