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Seth Kopchu
Best properties to be used when burning a Blu-ray in DVD Architect Pro 6.0?
on Jan 9, 2016 at 7:19:41 pm

I've posted about this before here and here, and now that my Blu-ray burner has come in the mail, I'd like to know what are the best options in the project properties to be used when burning my film to Blu-ray (like bit rate, target media size, etc) in DVD Architect Pro 6.0? I have both .M2V and .AVC file formats, if that means anything (as well as .AC3 audio files).


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Seth Kopchu
Re: Best properties to be used when burning a Blu-ray in DVD Architect Pro 6.0?
on Jan 9, 2016 at 7:29:04 pm
Last Edited By Seth Kopchu on Jan 9, 2016 at 7:32:00 pm

I'm also (and this may be off-topic) seeing this error come up when it comes to burning the project to Blu-ray:



I have to say that the audio's original Bit rate is at 448kbps - I just changed it to 640 to see if that would make a difference and forgot to change it back to 448 before I took my screenshot

So then what should I do in Sony Vegas Pro 13 to make my AC-3 audio not have to be recompressed for when burning to Blu-ray?


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Mark Barton
Re: Best properties to be used when burning a Blu-ray in DVD Architect Pro 6.0?
on Jan 9, 2016 at 11:59:04 pm

I use the standard template for AC-3 Pro but that is at 192Kbps stereo and I don't get the recompress message. I stick to the default templates based on years of recommendations on this forum as DVD Architect is particularly strict about what it expects.


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John Rofrano
Re: Best properties to be used when burning a Blu-ray in DVD Architect Pro 6.0?
on Jan 10, 2016 at 2:12:26 am

Yea, you need to use the default templates that I recommended in the posts you referenced and don't changed them. if you change them, chances are you will create non-compliant streams. The best settings are the ones Sony already provides with their Blu-ray and AC3 templates.

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