"I had issues aswell with saving in .80 version of DoStudio. I had to revert. It seems that in every update of DoStudio they manage to introduce some new bug. I'm going to stay with my current version now as it seem to be working fairly ok,…"
I'm finally considering a DTS encoder and just trying to understand how it works. My client has given me a 5.1 AC-3 and Stereo AC-3 file and expects me to create an Audio Setup menu to choose between the two. But I don't see…"
Blu-Focus offers BD Verification services. They also have discount pricing for DoStudio customers. They can be reached here: firstname.lastname@example.org
I am not familiar with the Amberfin offerings, but if you send me a sample ES video…"
Hi.We've recently purchased the Amberfin ingest/transcoding solution. However the H264 options are somewhat limited in that I can't tweak the advanced settings to BD compatibility. However, Amberfin says that it should be BD compatible.Does anyone have any experience with this system?Does anyone in these forums provide BD verifier services? If so I could encode a movie with this system and see if it passes the BD spec.ThanksBoodySee More
"What encoder are you using?
I have seen those warnings with various encoders and never had an issue getting these discs replicated and being checked by either Eclipse or Sony stream verifiers.
Only exception were Cinevision MVC encodes which, for…"
Hello.I'm having issues encoding 3D with DSE 2.6I have 1h 50m of Left and Right eyes, Apple Prores HQ files in 23.98.The BD will have 1 dts-hd audio track (peaking at 5.5mbit) and 3 dubs with dolby digital 5.1 I 640kbit/s.When I calculate this, I should be able to encode with atleast 30mbit/s. However, doing so and compiling I end up with 5-6 warnings that either the dependant stream is above 32mbit, or that the combined bitrate is above 64mbit. Which is odd considering the bitrate I encoded…See More
"Like Justin we've replicated lots of feature films using x264 after they implimented BD support to it. Check out x264.nl - There's a link there which helps you on what commands to use for BD compliance. Along with Avisynth it has solved…"
"It's not very hard. Create your background video like you would normally (for DVD). If you use an intro video where the text doesn't appear for a few seconds then you need to have your text in your video and rather overlay the selections…"
"This is great news. The big hurdle with HDMV for is having to recompile everything if there's a minor issue, and the programming itself, everything is so time consuming compared to BD-J. This will really make my life a lot easier."