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Old 16th October 2017, 13:19   #26541  |  Link
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I tried to compress a blu-ray 4k, but it goes wrong!
Is there a possibility for an update for compatibility with the blu-ray 4k UHD?
To do 4K UHD discs will require a whole new project/product.
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Old 16th October 2017, 13:29   #26542  |  Link
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To do 4K UHD discs will require a whole new project/product.
i'm not expert, but i have see the rip and the bd structure is the same.
only change (i think) is the resolution and the video codec (h.265 instead h.264)
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there's a lot more than that lol. Codec changes, resolution changes, bitrate changes, bitrate limitations, maximum sizes...
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To do 4K UHD discs will require a whole new project/product.
I'm looking at it. But with the amount of work involved, it may require a "Pro" version so I can recover costs. Donations have pretty much vanished in the last couple years (explaining the long times between versions). Even if I did a Pro version, though, I'd grandfather anyone who had already donated for BD-RB or DVD-RB or had substantially contributed through bug reports.

I think the most useful function would be importing 4K video and authoring it into a UHD BD.

No promises though, as I've just started researching it.
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Hi guys thereīs some application so Iīll can do a full surface disc scan? searching for errors? bad sectors etc? That application can show a map of the surface and sectors? or when I use IMGburn to pass some disc to hard drive if I donīt get any errors that means the disc is good?

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there's a lot more than that lol. Codec changes, resolution changes, bitrate changes, bitrate limitations, maximum sizes...
Quite a bit for sure... for example, TSMUXER's output would have to be corrected since it uses different codes, etc...
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Old 16th October 2017, 16:26   #26548  |  Link
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i'm not expert, but i have see the rip and the bd structure is the same.
only change (i think) is the resolution and the video codec (h.265 instead h.264)
While on the surface it may look the same, the authoring of the disc is a little different. There are some differences in the features, which has to be handled by a new authoring program.

In other words, the engine under the hood of a UHD disk is a little different than the engine under the hood of a Blu-ray disk.
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PM'd you a gift card. Hopefully you can make a new release soon. Enjoy.
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I think the most useful function would be importing 4K video and authoring it into a UHD BD.
Exactly my thoughts, because right now there is no possibility to do this. Shrinking complete UHDs to BD50 etc would be another step afterwards, but being able to convert 4K footage to UHD structure would be amazing!!

Thanks for taking a look at this!
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I'm looking at it. But with the amount of work involved, it may require a "Pro" version so I can recover costs. Donations have pretty much vanished in the last couple years (explaining the long times between versions). Even if I did a Pro version, though, I'd grandfather anyone who had already donated for BD-RB or DVD-RB or had substantially contributed through bug reports.

I think the most useful function would be importing 4K video and authoring it into a UHD BD.

No promises though, as I've just started researching it.
Wait...did I miss something? Last I remember it wasn't possible to rip 4K/UHD Bluray discs... is that part solved now?
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I'm looking at it. But with the amount of work involved, it may require a "Pro" version so I can recover costs. Donations have pretty much vanished in the last couple years (explaining the long times between versions). Even if I did a Pro version, though, I'd grandfather anyone who had already donated for BD-RB or DVD-RB or had substantially contributed through bug reports.

I think the most useful function would be importing 4K video and authoring it into a UHD BD.

No promises though, as I've just started researching it.
You should absolutely do a PRO version so you can get paid, period.

You should provide an up front purchase for those who want that, and you should also provide (my preference) a monthly subscription. The reason being is that if people want to use this excellent and now essential program, they need to cough up the monthly $5.99 or whatever. That ASSURES you a regular income; that is the only one that does in my lowly and wretched opinion.

That way, all the nice people here who use it, say 100 people hopefully, then you have a regular, recurring income of $600/month.

A no-brainer to me...
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You should absolutely do a PRO version so you can get paid, period.

You should provide an up front purchase for those who want that, and you should also provide (my preference) a monthly subscription. The reason being is that if people want to use this excellent and now essential program, they need to cough up the monthly $5.99 or whatever. That ASSURES you a regular income; that is the only one that does in my lowly and wretched opinion.

That way, all the nice people here who use it, say 100 people hopefully, then you have a regular, recurring income of $600/month.

A no-brainer to me...
I agree with the self-deprecating one here.
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Wait...did I miss something? Last I remember it wasn't possible to rip 4K/UHD Bluray discs... is that part solved now?
Yep, for a little while now.
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Wait...did I miss something? Last I remember it wasn't possible to rip 4K/UHD Bluray discs... is that part solved now?
yes the aacs2 is broken
the tools deuhd work with 4k blu-ray
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Quite a bit for sure... for example, TSMUXER's output would have to be corrected since it uses different codes, etc...
i have try tsmuxer with input .m2ts uhd (from bd uhd) and:
dont create Blu-ray folder
can create .m2ts
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While on the surface it may look the same, the authoring of the disc is a little different. There are some differences in the features, which has to be handled by a new authoring program.

In other words, the engine under the hood of a UHD disk is a little different than the engine under the hood of a Blu-ray disk.
i hope for release
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Application x264L - 64.exe me in different parts processing falls, see error dump from window below...

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There is a lengthy discussion as to why X264L was necessary. Please review Rule 1a and use the "search" function.
This part thread I'm there given only to knew whither belongs to part below. Important is this part and answers for her. Thank you

A little I'm searched and to internet found same version codec X264, but with other size see. link.

http://www.digital-digest.com/softwa...story.html#471

This codec at processing not once no srasch. It is possible codecs version 2665 compare and give here know in what are other and whether it is possible use and me found codec without reduction in quality output videos?

Yet I'm found out that the at option "Use DirectshowSource frame serving" at two pass uses latest version codec X264 (file X264.exe) how for frame serving so and for encoding, but at options "Use X264s internal LAVF for frame serving" uses older versuses older version codec X264 (file X264L - 64.exe) how for frame serving so and for encoding.

Which option is then for quality better?
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Wait...did I miss something? Last I remember it wasn't possible to rip 4K/UHD Bluray discs... is that part solved now?
That's just one application. How about that family video you created with your UHD camera? Even the iPhone records UHD now.
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