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Re: Combine old SD DVD's onto a Blu-ray disk?

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David ShireyRe: Combine old SD DVD's onto a Blu-ray disk?
by on Oct 28, 2011 at 6:17:09 pm

Except the source I'm thinking of in my case is those horrid Sony mini dvd-r camcorders that burn right to mpeg2. In that case I wouldn't think it'd be a matter of reverse engineering anything, simply copying the existing stream data into a new m2v file. Or is it the nature of mpeg2 that precludes the ability to copy some frame but not others, since it instructs the pixels that have changed from the previous frame instead of every single frame being an individual data set? But if that were the case Vegas wouldn't be able to say that some frames don't need to be recompressed, right? Eh, I dunno. I was just looking to shave some time off a project that isn't good quality to start with :P

Thankfully most people have moved on to HD camcorders which make mice manageable files.



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