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Old Jan 13, 2008, 6:29 AM   #1
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Do anybody know if there is a solution to make a Blue Ray Disk with clips made with VPC-HD1000 (1080i)?
I´ve tried: Nero8 with HD Plug-in
Pinnacle Studio 11
Ulead Video Studio 11
Roxio DVDit Pro HD
without success !



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Old Jan 13, 2008, 11:19 AM   #2
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Sony Vegas 8 allows you to render to MPEG2 bluray format. There are a few different Bluray templates.....
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Old Jan 31, 2008, 9:13 AM   #3
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Do anybody know if there is a solution to make a Blue Ray Disk with clips made with VPC-HD1000 (1080i)?
I´ve tried: Nero8 with HD Plug-in
Pinnacle Studio 11
Ulead Video Studio 11
Roxio DVDit Pro HD
without success !


I was succesfull with Nero8. See my contribution to the big HD1000 thread (page 49). Only tested with a Sony Playstation 3 (is also a BlueRay player), but i thinkmost of my solutions will also work with other BlueRay players.
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Old Feb 12, 2008, 2:12 AM   #4
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You know, these manufactures dont make it fucking easy at all for us consumers to adapts to this HD thing. Too many freaking formats. At least any player that can play one should be able to play another without forcing you into a 12hour encoding fiasco just so you can watch the shit on a blu-ray player or what may have you.

As far as I am concern, everything should be able to play all the popular formats right out fo the box.

Is there any reason why the ps3 should notbe able to play h.264 files? None whatsoever other than sony purposely limiting the hardware. We agree with sony when we go out and purchase their limited hardware and have inadvertently sign up to work many hours for them just so we run a video on their machine. As far as I'm concern, time is money and when I shoot an HD vid with my HV10, I want to watch it now on a big screen tv, not 12 hours later.

I think us the consumers need to demand popular format support from all manufactures or boycott their limited products all togheter.



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Old Feb 18, 2008, 4:13 PM   #5
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Is there any reason why the ps3 should not be able to play h.264 files?
it does play H.264 files as far as I am aware
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