I am creating a Blu-Ray with motion menus. I just burned a test copy and played in my blu-ray player, and found that while the tracks themselves play perfectly, the motion menus are choppy. They look to be playing around 15-20 fps. I exported the two exactly the same using compressor (1920x1080 23.976, 25mb average, 30mb max). The navigation of the motion menus works fine and seems quick, it's just the video.
Any ideas are much appreciated. I am using CS5
Thank you for the tip, I didn't know that Encore re-encoded menus again. Unfortunately, I built a new disc with quicktime Prores files as the motion menus, and it is still having the problem. The tracks themselves are fine, it's just the menus that are having the problem. Any other ideas? Could it be an incompatibility with the frame rate? (23.967)
Thanks for the help,
So I have tried different transcoding settings on test menus, including H264, Mpeg2, and it doesn't seem to change a thing. After doing some checking, it seems that no matter what, Encore will encode the menus into Mpeg2, and every time, it screws up the framerate. I'm not really sure what to do at this point.