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Michael Levy December 30th, 2007 11:45 AM

New Software
 
Does anyone know of any upcoming software releases that will allow, Capture, Edit, Make Menus and chapters and Blu-Ray burning all in one program? The solutions out there now all require a few programs to use to get the final Blu-ray disc. I've had my HV20 and Blu-Ray burner for several months but rarely burn to Blu-Ray because of the complicated procedure. You know the story, some programs don't like this capture, some won't do this or that. I need a simple, consumer geared solution. My tapes are piling up!


Thanks!

Mike

Chris Hurd December 30th, 2007 12:02 PM

Moved from HV20 to HD Editing.

Are you Mac or PC?

Michael Levy December 30th, 2007 01:01 PM

I'm on a PC

Mike

Ray Bell December 30th, 2007 09:34 PM

You might look into Roxio DVDit Pro HD....

Michael Levy December 31st, 2007 04:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ray Bell (Post 800259)
You might look into Roxio DVDit Pro HD....

It doesn't capture or edit. Only does menu/chapter/burn

Damon Gaskin January 1st, 2008 08:53 AM

Have you tried the VideoStudio Plus 11 by Ulead? Here is the link and they have a trial version:

http://www.ulead.com/vs/runme.htm

Or Premiere Elements at the link below and they have a trial also:

http://www.adobe.com/products/premie...eatures/#item3

I am not sure how simple you are looking for or what you have tried already, but both author to blue ray with the Ulead also authoring to HD DVD on standard disks. I use the full Premiere and have for years, and have a preference for Adobe products, but Ulead usually packs more for your dollar. But I would suggest trying both and see which you like as far as workflow and also features, then you would be able to decide for yourself... :-)

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Jamie Allan January 2nd, 2008 05:01 AM

Premiere CS3 comes with encore, and there's a direct to disc burn option in premiere.

But.

You can't author blu-ray discs as video untill the full architecture is released, hopefully sometime this year. At the moment there are a few stop-gap solutions but these discs won't work in any blu ray player - only the ones they're designed for.

Of course, this may of all changed while I typed this post...

Ray Bell January 2nd, 2008 06:53 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jamie Allan (Post 801152)
Premiere CS3 comes with encore, and there's a direct to disc burn option in premiere.

But.

You can't author blu-ray discs as video untill the full architecture is released, hopefully sometime this year. At the moment there are a few stop-gap solutions but these discs won't work in any blu ray player - only the ones they're designed for.

Of course, this may of all changed while I typed this post...


Yes, of course, I've been authoring bluray discs for months now... they play fine... :)

Damon Gaskin January 2nd, 2008 05:08 PM

Yes, I haven't used the Encore route as I don't have a blue ray burner and when you use encore, you cannot burn to a standard dvd as it will detect you do not have a blue ray drive and say as much. But I know alot of guys that do have encore and blue rays have been burning since this option was installed on the app.


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