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Old 20th June 2021, 23:15   #30681  |  Link
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BDRB should be able to all that for you instead. Having to use BDEdit is overkill. JD said that he is looking into it.
I use BDedit to customize my Blu-ray menus in a number of ways. It's not overkill to take one extra minute while I'm in BDedit anyway to reposition a few menu buttons. I enjoy using the application and don't expect BDRB to check every box for me. If JD updates BDRB in some way that results in me spending less time in BDedit that's great. If not, I'm still able to produce the end result I'm looking for now. That's the exact attitude I'm imagine JD welcomes with respects to his application and those that use it.
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Off topic, a little bit.. @Lowpro, what software did you use to get the screen grabs of the complete menus?
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Off topic, a little bit.. @Lowpro, what software did you use to get the screen grabs of the complete menus?
I use TotalMedia Theatre 3. I've got an old Windows XP desktop that still has it installed. Comes in handy.
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I use TotalMedia Theatre 3. I've got an old Windows XP desktop that still has it installed. Comes in handy.
I kinda figured it was something like that. Thanks for the info.
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@JD: Here's one for ya... the main video of a UHD disc is 93.78GB. The target is a 25B disc. After re-encoding, that video is 70.23GB. Not exactly the right size to fit on a 25B disc. There were zero errors in the log. All went as it was supposed to, except that the wrong size was the result. This one might be a little tough to figure out when there are zero errors that can be used as hints.
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