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    I'm afraid I didn't do it correctly. I used the specify link option to guide to the same menu button that was selected. I previewed the disc and when I click I stay at the menu alright, but no change gets made on the movie timeline.

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    The specify link option allows you to specify the audio track and subtitle track you want to select. You make any change there, leaving the other one as no change. This should make the correct change when you select the appropriate button.


    Not at home, so I can't give you a screenshot.

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    I did that. Still the same thing happens. On the link section, it shows the button and A# with the # of the audio I selected. The default sleection even changes, but when I go back to the main menu and press "Play", the timeline still hasn't changed. =/

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    its working!! thank you SO much

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  • 10/30/17--22:49: DVD on BD
  • Is it possible to put DVD files on a blu-ray disc with menus?

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  • 10/31/17--01:55: Re: DVD on BD
  • Not as DVD files from a compiled Video_TS folder.

    That said, it might depend on what you are doing - if a player supports folder playback (and most do not) you might get away with creating a BD-ROM data disc and getting that to play, but VOB files in 1Gb chunks as on DVD-Video discs, no.

    The DVD menu system would not work either.


    Your best hope is to re-transcode the footage to Blu-ray specs

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    Sorry but I suspect you are just SOL to borrow the phrase.

    It smells like a bug in Encore though, as popup menus should be associated with their playlist and should be available no matter how you enter that playlist - unless Encore turns each chapter playlist into a sort of dummy playlist on it's own of course.

    But like Stan, I see no way to do this in Encore - sorry

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    It almost sounds like there is an over ride setting somewhere, or else something hinky about the back to main menu call.


    Do you have a default audio & subtitle type set in either the disc properties or the playlist properties at all? It really sounds like something is over-riding the selection being made.

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  • 10/31/17--18:01: Re: DVD on BD
  • I want a Blu-ray menu with m2ts files that are 720x576 or 720x480.

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  • 10/31/17--20:15: Re: DVD on BD
  • Yes, you can do this. Here are the 2nd supported formats:


    Encore-supported Blu-ray Formats

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  • 10/31/17--20:56: Re: DVD on BD
  • Thanks

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  • 11/01/17--06:46: Re: DVD on BD
  • My "2nd supported" should have been "BD supported." In a hurry on my phone!


    As Neil said, you can't just put files from a DVD disk on a BD. But you can use otherwise BD legal files that are DVD pixel size etc.

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  • 11/01/17--08:50: audio video sync problems
  • I have some mpg files created from VHS tape.  When I import them to Encore, the result turns out OK; i.e., when play the file in Encore, no sync problems.  However, when burn the disk, the audio and video are out of sync.


    So apparently, the Encore burning process is the problem with an mpg file. Convert it to an mp4 file: no synch problems.   Should I look for other DVD burning software, and if so, any suggestions?





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    MPG is a wrapper, what is inside YOUR wrapper - Exactly what is INSIDE the video you are editing?

    Report back with the codec details of your file, use the programs below... A screen shot works well to SHOW people what you are doing - For Windows Internet Explorer press the PRINT SCREEN button on your keyboard, and then do CTRL-V to paste the screen print from the clipboard into a forum message

    Free programs to get file information for PC/Mac

    - when you analyze your file in MediaInfo and post a screen shot in the forum, do so in TREE view

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  • 11/01/17--10:26: DVD jpeg/text issue
  • This is the second discussion regarding this issue. The first brought no help at all but I have some new information which is hopefully helpful. I made a video in Premier. it begins with a jpeg, underneath which is a title box with text regarding the video. I have exported it numerous times and at different values. It always comes out great and works well online. The issue is that when I burn it to a DVD the text and jpeg wiggle. I did other test burns with just the text and it looked fine on a DVD, so the issue is with a jpeg and text together. I have done this before and never encountered this problem. I also tried different transcode settings and I tried a TIFF in place of the jpeg and  as soon as I burn a DVD with the text and image the whole thing shakes.

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    If you are the John Smith that I recognize from a long time ago, then you must be getting near my age (I have stopped aging).  


    I tried to work out the solution you suggested, but quickly became confused (you just wait!), and gave up.  So I think I'll just bite the bullet and convert all of these "mpg wrapper files" to mp4, (whatever that is), because they work perfectly.  (There was some discussion some years ago on the forum about Encore working best with "mp4," and that seems to be the case for my problems.)


    Anyway, thanks very much for your interest;  watch out for the time wrapper!

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    Encore actually works "best" with MPG files that are created according to the MPEG2-DVD export preset from Premiere Pro, which creates TWO files, one audio and one video that you combine on the Encore timeline


    My best GUESS is that your "MPG from VHS" were created with a device that used a Variable Frame Rate, and when you convert to MP4 your output is the Constant Frame Rate that Encore needs


    The drawback is that Encore then must convert a second time, to get to the correct MPEG2-DVD that is used to author and write a DVD


    Somewhat dated now, but still some good information

    PPro/Encore tutorial list has lots of tutorial links to help learn

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    Der Versuch, eine Blu-Ray, ein Image oder einen Ordner zu erstellen schlägt jedesmal fehl.

    Folgende Meldung erscheint kurz vor Ende:

    Blu-ray-Fehler: "Gerätefehler", Code "3", Hinweis: CreateStcSequence: Fail to write M2S file

    Mein PC ist ein

    MacBook Pro (15 Zoll, Mitte 2012)

    Prozessor: 2,3 GHz Intel Core i7

    Grafikkarte: NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 512 MB

    OS X El Capitan

    Version: 10.11.6 (15G1217)


    Was ist zu tun?

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    Moved to Encore forum.

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