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  • antonsvideo
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    booktype support to flag as DVD-Rom

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  • THoff
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    Which part?

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by THoff View Post
    Taiyo Yuden DVD+R/DVD+DL all the way with Plextor drives and bitsetting/booktype support to flag the disks as DVD-ROM disks, and PCM or AC3 audio.
    could you translate that please

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  • THoff
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    Taiyo Yuden DVD+R/DVD+DL all the way with Plextor drives and bitsetting/booktype support to flag the disks as DVD-ROM disks, and PCM or AC3 audio.

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  • STORMDAVE
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    I use TY discs too, from supermediastore.com (they have originals).
    I tried verbatim (similar priced) and they **** compared to TY, and I went back to TY (Made in Japan).

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  • antonsvideo
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    yes, there maybe many factors involved, he maybe using mp2 audio which is not really compliant in NTSC

    he maybe using crap disks

    even brand name disks can be counterfeit as I discovered, use DVD Identifier to be sure

    Tayo Yuden made in Japan win the war of disks with me, they cost 80% more than others, but so does a Mercedes

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  • STORMDAVE
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    Anton, he might have hit a high datarate for his video...I generally try to keep both the audio and video at 7000kb max, but nowdays I do 7500 for both audio and video (7276 for video and 224kb for AC3 audio) and haven't had any complaints.

    If his video is hitting 8000 and audio at 1500 (48K PCM) then this is disaster to clients.

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  • antonsvideo
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    here is what I would do to fix an existing DVD with minimum effort

    add the first VOB of the disk to Assets in DVD-Lab Pro and demux (5min)
    www.videoproductions.com.au/html/dvd-lab.html

    now you will have a video clip and an audio clip

    convert the audio clip to ac3 using Tmpeg 4 Xpress or Procoder3 (2 min)

    use DVD-Lab Pro to reauthor and recompile the DVD with the ac3 track (10 min max)

    burn the VIDEO_TS folder with Nero
    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/h...-lab-pro3.html

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  • Chris Barnard
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    Incompatible discs

    Guys I know I am repeating myself and am probably guilty of multiple posting, but I reall really need help. I need to immediately switch over to AC3 audio as I have several very disgruntled clients and I have to go back to their projects and re encode them all, and I want to do it with AC3, as I am sure that that is what is causing the problem.

    If anyone / everyone (!) can give me their encoding and authoring process which they feel results in the least compatibility issues I would be so greatful.

    I edit with Edius Pro 3, export in PC Express and burn in ULEAD DVDWS.

    Please feel free to be as detailed as you like.

    I know I am asking a lot but I have the wolves at the door!!!

    Thanks,

    Chris
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