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  • #16
    Hi Jim,

    I certainly agree with you, I dont want to take the gloss off a good job.
    I use Nero 8 to burn my Blu-ray's of course, it's the BEST. I merely wanted to reinforce how important using a tried and tested compiler is. Blu-ray is new and even the big boys have bugs (in some areas) that just astound me. When you have the resources of a company like SONIC providing the compiler (mutiplexer) to Roxio in the form of DVDit PRO HD for a purchase price of $199US- there is little or no reason to go and save just a few bucks by using Nero to compile a Blu-ray disc. One company is the leader in Blu-ray and the other is hoping they know what they are doing.

    The differences in features are not as important as the differences between the compilers. It is the most important thing, to use a compiling engine that can be trusted in these early days of HD Authoring.

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    • #17
      Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
      "As far as bluray being new technology, well, it isn't anymore. It might be the most recent released technology. It has been around for almost 2 years now. I believe September will be the 2 year anniversary of the first Sony bluray burner, which I still use."

      Hey Jerry, it is still new because you still misspelled it. (-:
      Yeah, but it is easier to type that way.
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      • #18
        Yeah I know you are just being lazy. (-:
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        • #19
          Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
          The Sony 300 do play BD-R and RE, the guy is not very well informed, most older player needs new firmare upgrade. Anybody with Blu-ray clients should inform their clients and go here to find their firmware to update to the latest.
          http://www.blu-ray.com/firmware/
          BTW Matt, the preset on top of the page works great no problem for me.
          Hey Khoi Pham - Yes I know they "work", but does encore show the encoded files as "untranscoded" because if it does (which mine does) then encore will re-encode the already encoded file. Thats what I'm trying to avoid here....
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