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Old 23rd January 2018, 16:20   #1821  |  Link
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I've searched and experimented and everything currently points to "no," but I thought I'd ask:

I know proper UHD-BD support is in the works, but apart from that, is there any current method of importing 4K/UHD videos to reauthor as (non-UHD, aka "merely HD") BD-compliant output? I have a bunch of 3840x2160, 8-bit, 29.97fps video from my camcorder that I'd like to burn to BD for my parents.

Actually, the same camcorder records in 1080p59.94, and I can't seem to import any of those files either, so same question for "1080p60" material.

I tried putting resize scripts in the script pop-up box, but BD-RB is aborting during import with "ERROR: Incompatible stream (3840x2160) detected. Aborting." in the case of UHD files.

For HRF progressive HD I get "ERROR: Converting MP4 container. Aborted." in the case of 1080p59.94 files. I know these videos would have to be either artificially interlaced or every other frame thrown out, but I don't know how to do that from within BD-RB, if that's possible.

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Give it a week...

The 1080p59.94 files wouldn't have to be interlaced... they should be supported (although I haven't added that to the IMPORT function yet).

The 1080p29.97 files would have to be either doubled or have frames removed.
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Give it a week...

Well, you know what they say... 7 days without JD's updates makes one weak...
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Means it will be possible to rebuild UHD BD (replace streams) without recompress? Will the Dolby Vision extension layer be supported to passthroug?
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...And, will it do the bloody DISHES! That's what I want to know!
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Old 29th January 2018, 22:37   #1825  |  Link
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Means it will be possible to rebuild UHD BD (replace streams) without recompress? Will the Dolby Vision extension layer be supported to passthroug?
The more discs I do the less likely that seems. The bitrate on many sources is an issue. I've seen an occasional one that will work -- but most end up with sync issues and stuttering. The bottom line is that BD-50/25 has a lower maximum bitrate than BD-66 or BD-100 (which is used for most originals).

But... you never know.
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Old 30th January 2018, 01:18   #1826  |  Link
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The more discs I do the less likely that seems. The bitrate on many sources is an issue. I've seen an occasional one that will work -- but most end up with sync issues and stuttering. The bottom line is that BD-50/25 has a lower maximum bitrate than BD-66 or BD-100 (which is used for most originals).

But... you never know.
yeah...but when burning to bd-xl i can just passthrough video+dolby vision and leave only wanted tracks+add my own. that would be awesome. i don't want to preserve menus and so on...just main movie, video+dolby vision passthrough, audio which i want passthrough and add some additional tracks and subs and make BDMV structure again...simple UHD BD REAUTHOR without reencoding.

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yeah...but when burning to bd-xl i can just passthrough video+dolby vision and leave only wanted tracks+add my own. that would be awesome....
Do you have a player that is known to play BD-R/RE XL 100GB discs? So far it seems rare. If so, what model?
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Do you have a player that is known to play BD-R/RE XL 100GB discs? So far it seems rare. If so, what model?
I have OPPO 203, that should support it in coming updates according to my infos.
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Hi, for passthrough Dolby Vision HDR dynamic, inside m2ts main find 2 streams: 4K 3840x2160 and 1920x1080 (Dolby Vision).
There are more values in file mpls and index.bdmv:

For example MPLS

"SubPath": [
{
"reserved01": 0,
"SubPath_type": 10,
"reserved02": 0,
"is_repeat_SubPath": 0,
"reserved03": 0,
"SubPlayItem": [
{
"Clip_Information_file_name": "00234",
"Clip_codec_identifier": "M2TS",
"ref_to_STC_id": 0,
"reserved01": 0,
"is_multi_Clip_entries": 0,
"sp_connection_condition": 1,
"SubPlayItem_IN_time": 524280,
"SubPlayItem_OUT_time": 367650414,
"sync_PlayItem_id": 0,
"sync_start_PTS_of_PlayItem": 524280

index.bdmv

AppInfoBDMV": {
"reserved01": 0,
"initial_output_mode_preference": 0,
"SS_content_exist_flag": 0,
"reserved02": 0,
"video_format": "1080p",
"frame_rate": "23.976",
"content_provider_user_data": [

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Converting MKV's to working UHD file structure without reencoding would be a great freature
That's always a great feature without care of the source. For me, though, chapters must always be there and subtitles. SRT and whatever form a disc is released with.
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It will not work. [...] I guess you have to be poor like me to still be using a standard HD monitor.
Monetarily +1 here also.
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I have OPPO 203, that should support it in coming updates according to my infos.
I asked OPPO, and they're unwilling to commit to that. "Possible inclusion in a future firmware" is all they're willing to say, which isn't very reassuring. Unfortunate, because I really want one of those players.

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Unfortunately the player does not support BD-R or BDR-RE XL media. This is something that the engineers are
looking into for possible inclusion in a future firmware, but it is not yet possible in our current firmware.

Best Regards, 

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162 Constitution Dr.
Menlo Park, CA 94025
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I asked OPPO, and they're unwilling to commit to that. "Possible inclusion in a future firmware" is all they're willing to say, which isn't very reassuring. Unfortunate, because I really want one of those players.

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Unfortunately the player does not support BD-R or BDR-RE XL media. This is something that the engineers are
looking into for possible inclusion in a future firmware, but it is not yet possible in our current firmware.

Best Regards, 

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OPPO Digital, Inc. 
162 Constitution Dr.
Menlo Park, CA 94025
Service@oppodigital.com 
Tel: 650-961-1118 
Fax: 650-961-1119
Shame, since OPPO is one of the leading players. I have the older (PRE-Cinavia ) BDP-83's that I will absolutely hang onto despite it's not being as fancy as the new ones.

Yet ANOTHER case of making people buy all new hardware for some 'new & improved' format...
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As I said, it should be implemented if my sources aren't wrong.
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