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Old 30th December 2013, 00:02   #1  |  Link
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BDRebuilder - Need Guidance

I have read through many of the forum posts to get a handle on how to properly burn to a bluray. Now I am an old school DVD backuper using TSMUxer, AVISynth, EAC3TO, etc. etc.... but I have NEVER done bluray. All my blurays were re-encoded and stored on a file server. My HTPC is on the fritz and since BD are so cheap now I figured im fine with discs anyway..

I figured I would use BDRebuilder to ease the pain of custom scripts..

Anyway..... My issues:

I am 2 BD-25 discs in and no success. My XBOX One Bluray player app autostarts then says it doesn't recognize the disc as a movie. I can however play the disc using VLCMedia player on my PC (though the chapter do not work)....

I have a Pioneer BDR-208 Burner and using BD-25 -R Verbatim discs.

I have installed all software (which all of which I am familiar with and have worked with in the past) EXCEPT for the AVCHD Patcher. There are NO failures during the re-encoding or burning process.

Image Burn:
2x speed
UDF 2.5
label as noted on the bluray

My settings:
AnyDVD -
Remove Prohibited User Operations
Disable BD-Live
Remove Bluray Region Code


BDRebuilder -
Mode: Movie Only
Target Size: BD-25
Encoder: Automatic
Output: Write to ISO

AVCHD Patcher
0100 selection used.

My questions:

1. How do my settings look? Is there anything that you can think would cause this playback failure (in the xbox one). I don't have another bluray standalone player. Only PC Based blurays players and they work fine.

2. Do I need to use the AVCHD Patcher? If so, I am using 1.06. Is this a good version or should I be using a lower version? I noticed there were two settings 0100 and 0200, which should I use?

3. Do you think I should include all the Menus, etc.? In BDRebuilder I only selected Movie only.

Thanks for any suggestions!!!!
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Old 30th December 2013, 00:12   #2  |  Link
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you're settings are fine. It's your xbox that's the problem. It has been designed by microsoft to REFUSE playback of ANY non-studio release (aka AACS protected disc). Nothing you can do about it except use an actual blu-ray player to play movies and not a gaming console
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Old 30th December 2013, 00:27   #3  |  Link
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you're settings are fine. It's your xbox that's the problem. It has been designed by microsoft to REFUSE playback of ANY non-studio release (aka AACS protected disc). Nothing you can do about it except use an actual blu-ray player to play movies and not a gaming console
Your saying it won't even play a custom bluray movie. Like a bluray movie of a personal wedding? That's nuts!!!
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Old 30th December 2013, 00:40   #4  |  Link
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Well...your right! it only took 1 google to find it... Micro$hit didn't again! Im about to throw this unit out of the window...
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Old 30th December 2013, 01:12   #5  |  Link
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If you haven't gotten it very long ago you could try to return it to the store saying it won't pay your home authored movies on bd and get a refund. Or stell it on eBay. I don't know if the PS4 also has that issue but AFAIK the Xbox360 doesn't and definitely not the ps3. But that last one then has the issue of detecting cinavia.

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Old 30th December 2013, 23:14   #6  |  Link
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Unfortunately not... it was purchased before Christmas..

Anyway to give the thread an update and to close... I ended up resurrecting my old popcorn hour box. I had to replace the DVD drive with a Bluray drive. To my surprise it was still supported, down loaded all the updates... Voila! BOTH Bluray movies worked fine (with and without using the AVCHD patch). I have to say that I could not tell the difference between the original and the backuped versions. Im in business now... I can even play all my versioned backed up on my Server... Its been a few years since I put the PCH in storage... not sure why I abandoned it in the first place (well.. its crazy slow to navigate and probably why)...

Thanks for the feedback!
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Old 31st December 2013, 00:37   #7  |  Link
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A note though. There is no need to use avchd editor. That would qualify as preprocessing and if you were to encounter a problem within bdrb due to loading such a source, the but report cannot be accepted.

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Old 31st December 2013, 03:27   #8  |  Link
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Ok no prob thanks
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