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Old 6th December 2019, 21:42   #1  |  Link
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Authoring UHD discs with BDRB

Hello,

I am trying to re-author a 4K UHD disc with additional audio tracks / subtitles from a remuxed MKV file. However, it seems that no matter what I do, BDRB wants to re-encode the video (FORCE_NOENCODE=1 appears to have no effect). Is there a way to leave the original 4K video stream untouched? Is there an issue related to max bitrates allowed in the Blu-ray spec or something? Or is this outside of the scope of what BDRB is intended to do?
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Hello,

I am trying to re-author a 4K UHD disc with additional audio tracks / subtitles from a remuxed MKV file. However, it seems that no matter what I do, BDRB wants to re-encode the video (FORCE_NOENCODE=1 appears to have no effect). Is there a way to leave the original 4K video stream untouched? Is there an issue related to max bitrates allowed in the Blu-ray spec or something? Or is this outside of the scope of what BDRB is intended to do?
Set output size bigger than disc.
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I have, the output size is set to 100GB which is much bigger than the theoretical final disc size.
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It's probably because the file's content is illegal as-is. Look in the PSEUDO folder for the PINFO.INF file. You'll likely find some resizing info there.
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It's probably because the file's content is illegal as-is. Look in the PSEUDO folder for the PINFO.INF file. You'll likely find some resizing info there.
Here are the contents of the PINFO.INF file:

[UHDFlag]
00000=1
[AudioAdjust]
00000=.TimeStretch(tempo = 23.976/24.0*100.0)
[ImportFile]
00000=C:\Storage\test\testfilm.mkv

Is that suggestive of anything relevant?
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