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November 17th 2014
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Problems Encoding SD Video For Blu-Ray Release
by Tim Sutton 5 years ago
Hello all, I'm currently preparing a Blu-Ray disc for an independent release of a webseries (using DoStudio Indie if that's at all relevant). I am fortunate enough to still have access to all of the o
Re: Problems Encoding SD Video For Blu-Ray Release
by Chris Borjis 5 years ago
Blu-Ray spec supports SD interlaced video, why not just import assets as they are from the DVD project Or does Do Studio not support SD mpeg2 import Whatever blu-ray player it plays on will be scaling
Problems with buttons
by Mariano Cerdá Cabrera 5 years ago
Hi, sorry if this was already posted, but I couldn't find any solution for this. So I'm working on this DVD for the first time and I'm using Encore, I have it from Master Collecion CS6 and I have the
Re: Problems with buttons
by Tim Sutton 5 years ago
If you have automatic button routing turned on, it might be that your buttons aren't routed correctly. Click the button on the bottom of your preview window that's circled here: http: i.imgur.com M5xX
Encore Assistance! (buttons, highlights)
by Nicole Miller 5 years ago
Okay so I am making a DVD in Encore, I have the menu made by the graphics team. What they want is the normal black text when it is not selected and an arrow and blue colored text when it is selected a
Re: Encore Assistance! (buttons, highlights)
by Tim Sutton 5 years ago
I'd echo what Dan said (highlight layers are only 2 bit, etc), but as an addition to that, it looks like your highlight layer has two colors in it. That's a big no-no, as the highlight layer can only
Blu Ray authoring options
by Dan Brown 5 years ago
It looks like this entire authoring section is dedicated to Encore. Which I understand is basically be abandoned by Adobe. I use After Effects to build my compositions and export HD videos. Until now
Re: Blu Ray authoring options
by Tim Sutton 5 years ago
Blu-Ray supports the following formats: *MPEG-2 HD (.m2v, .m2p, .mpg, .mpeg) *SMPTE VC-1 (.vc1) *MPEG-4 AVC (.avc, .264, .h264) MPEG-4 is the newest and most efficient when it comes to bitrate vs over
Problems Encoding SD Video For Blu-Ray Release
by Tim Sutton 5 years ago
Hello all, I'm currently preparing a Blu-Ray disc for an independent release of a webseries (using DoStudio Indie if that's at all relevant). I am fortunate enough to still have access to all of the o
Re: Problems Encoding SD Video For Blu-Ray Release
by Mark Spano 5 years ago
From reading your description, it sounds like you don't like what the original source looks like (29.97i). You deinterlaced it for the DVD release, and you like this look. Now you're going back to the
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