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    Glad you got it to work. But neither of these should make any difference.

     

    What OS are you using?


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    Your field order also need to be upper, not lower.


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    I am using the latest version of Premiere.  When I am going to create a Blu-ray disc I use the setting of H.264 Blu-ray.  I bring that video file into Encore CS6.  Encore does not have to transcode the file.  I then create an Image file.  I use ImgBurn to burn the disc.


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    I have had export and reimport the subtitles.

    Now everything is right!

    Thank you Stan!


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    The video is 20 minutes. I will try that, thanks.


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    Is this bitrate right? and the format right?


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    Excellent!


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    If you are now going to make a Blu-Ray and not a DVD those settings should work


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    Is this bitrate right? and the format right?

    If this is your first BD dont start 'messing' with the settings. 20 minutes will fit easily on a BD disk.

    Keep the export settings default, use a preset and use also H.264 Bluray.


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    1. codec is still the same.

    2. Make sure you set the menu to 1920x1080 par 1.0.


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    I'm sorry, I don't know what a BD is. I made the bitrate higher. Now it's showing this. Now it won't create the DVD at all. What should I change? Is there something in the export settings I should change. I'm working on a new Mac & just bought a Verbatim External Slimline DVD writer. I don't know what to do. I'm burning onto DVDs that can hold 4.7 GB and the file is 4.01 GB the wav is 233.9 MB. What could I be doing wrong?

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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    Go back and re-read the first line of my reply #1

     

    You do NOT export using a Blu-Ray preset to create a DVD... Encore will have to transcode again, and your quality will suffer


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  • 08/10/18--09:12: Encore error code 3 vas file
  • I have tried consistently importing and re-importing, changing file names, moving where files are located, or destined, I have re-encoded the film twice today and still getting the same error code, it would seem adobe no longer support this software fully, how do I go forward here? I have a client waiting on a Blu-ray disc of their wedding.


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    What is the exact error message, including any "note" at the end.


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    Blu-ray Error: "device error", Code "3", Note: "File can not open. (A:\1unload

    Files\Working media\Gillian & Mark\Project File\Post\Media Encoder\Bluray 1

    \Mark & Gill\AuthorScriptHDMVSessions\Mark & Gill.m4v,_,ves)-


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    Hi, thank you all for your time & help. John, Ann, Richard, & Stan- thanks!

    It has improved, but I don't feel comfortable delivering this to my client. There is still quality loss. Attached is the last export settings & examples of the DVD, which is better, but is there anyway I can improve the quality? Thanks again.60F88367-F291-4385-8C2E-D0DBBF5A9601.jpegB6545A48-30F8-46D4-890B-15B590FCF376.jpgScreen Shot 2018-08-10 at 12.43.36 PM.pngScreen Shot 2018-08-10 at 12.43.48 PM.png


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    Dont tweak the settings. Use the preset!!!! NTSC DV wide.

    a bitrate of all 9 will certainly give trouble.

    If you source is interlaced so should your settings be: set it to upper.

    Also set Scale to fill then you will lose the black bars.

     

    Of course there is a huge loss in quality.

    You are going from HD to SD.

     

    Alternative you could give your movie in mp4 and HD on a flash drive.


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    There is improvement from when I first started. I did as Ann suggested and used the preset.

    I don't feel comfortable delivering this to my client. They paid a lot of money & I feel they deserve a quality product. Is there any way to improve the image quality? I attached the picture of the quality, I don't feel satisfied with the outcome.

     

     

     

     

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    Will using Media Encoder help any? They mentioned that when I called regarding this problem.


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    Comparison picture of video screen sizes in reply #1 http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1120039

     

    You are reducing your video size, and that means a loss of quality... you simply may NOT deliver high definition quality on a DVD


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