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    I recently integrated a Blu-ray burner and using Edius V. 7.50 I tried to burn a project I have already on a DVD but got the failed to encode msg. From previous enquiries, I gather it has something to do with project settings so I currently have 1920/1080 50i, frame rate 25, video channels YCbCr + alpha, Quant bit rate 8Bit, sampling rate 48K Hz, channel 2, render format GV HQ Standard. The first attempt to burn froze after 36%.
    Where's the bug? Thanks for any input.

  • #2
    Did it fail more than once. I taker it that at the Encoding stage
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    • #3
      Actually it failed already with the settings for a DVD burning, then the msg came up immediately. Once I changed the settings to those suggested in a previous post I thought it was going to work, except for it freezing one third of the way.

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      • #4
        Are you trying to burn a bluray or a DVD? Make sure to choose the correct option. If you are burning a DVD, did you choose Lancos 3 and change your project settings to SD prior to opening the DVD module?
        Jerry
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        • #5
          I'm trying to burn a Blu-ray, the DVD I burned a few weeks ago and was successful.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Swisspete View Post
            I'm trying to burn a Blu-ray, the DVD I burned a few weeks ago and was successful.
            when you initially made the DVD, was the project setting SD or HD

            if SD, then you won't be able to burn a Blu-ray now when you open disk burner, this is normal because the Disk Burner remembers the loaded SD sequence

            to solve, switch project back to HD, open disk burner, go to movie tab and remove the sequence, then load it again, now it will show up with HD spec, then you can go to the first tab and choose Blu-ray and select mpeg2 codec
            Anton Strauss
            Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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            • #7
              It was the mpeg2 codec that did it. It was in HD already and I was having my doubts. Thanks very much all.

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