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October 26, 2009 at 1:15 PM #37648viski111Participant
how new I am you will see right away. I’m asking how can be a Blue ray disc created?
Do I need a Blue ray writer? I don’t see any or I can’t find one.
thankyou for help
October 26, 2009 at 2:30 PM #166895RobParticipant
Well, first you have to shoot HD video. Then you have to author your Blu-Ray disc with authoring software, such as Adobe Encore, and finally you need a Blu-Ray burner
Here are some writers. Be sure to get a burner, not just a reader:
October 27, 2009 at 6:22 AM #166896viski111Participant
Thank you very much.
If I make a standard DVD with FullHD quality (cca 20 min) can I watch it in normal DVD player?
Is there anything else I need to see FullHD video on TV? Codec,…?
October 27, 2009 at 5:12 PM #166897RobParticipant
“If I make a standard DVD with FullHD quality (cca 20 min) can I watch it in normal DVD player?”
I’m not positive, but I would guess that you cannot. I know you can use Apple’s DVD Studio Pro to burn HD video encoded with the H.264 codec on a regular DVD, but you can then only watch the DVD on a computer.
“Is there anything else I need to see FullHD video on TV? Codec,…?”
Well yea, if you plan on watching your Bluray disc on a TV, then you need a Bluray player. As for the codec, your authoring software will probably convert your video to MPEG2, although it’s best to use compression software for this.
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