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Old 22nd March 2022, 15:21   #1  |  Link
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Seamless Branching Question - Same video with different audio tracks

Hello, I was wondering if it's possible to have two different versions of a film with different audio tracks for the same scene use the same video, and then when it needs to go to a different video continue on with the audio track it needs. How frame precise can Blu-ray be when it comes to seamless branching?

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Old 29th March 2022, 01:59   #2  |  Link
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You would encode and mux the appropriate .m2ts segments,
say 00000.m2ts (Intro), 00001.m2ts (Main scene 1), 00002.m2ts (Extended scene), 00003.m2ts (Main scene 2), 00004.m2ts (Credits)
then generate a playlist for the theatrical cut: 00000+00001+00003+00004
and the other playlist for the director's cut 00000+00001+00002+00003+00004.
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