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Old July 2nd, 2008, 08:10 PM   #1
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5:36 Problem with DVDA 5.0

Just made a Blu-Ray with DVDA 5.0.

First it rendered the video and audio of 2 each approx. 10 to 11 minute movies which were rendered by V8 Pro as 1080i. I wonder why.

Upon playback of the disk, both movies ended abruptly at 5 minutes 36 seconds.

These files played fine on my PC and PS3, and authored to BD by Cyberlink which came with Sony burner.

Hmmm... I'll look into DVDA project properties, etc...

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Old July 2nd, 2008, 09:26 PM   #2
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Okay... so far, it appears that my Vegas render template where I selected "best" in the - Custom - Project - tab may be the culprit.

I just re-rendered the file using the Blu-Ray 1920x1080-60i template which uses default "Good" in the Project tab, and it appears to be okay.

The template I had used, I made some time back to include the audio in the file. I prefer the audio in the file as opposed to as a separate file. I don't recall what template it was built from, but it specs out the same as the "factory" template other than the "Best" selection. Weird.

The new file(s) played fine in the disk preview and re-burned to disk.

I also had noticed before that using "Best" for SD files, also caused DVDA to re-render the video.

Jamie

Edit: Upon futher efforts, it appears the problem actually has to do with integrating the audio into the video file. Still working issue.
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