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Eugen157
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It is still not possible for me to burn a BR HD 60P disc using PD that will work in a Sony 60P BR player.

It did not in PD 11 nor in PD12. Corrected: I should have said 13. I do not have 12 anymore I remember burning 60P using a modified version using the produce output. Sorry about the mistake. Thanks Jeff for pointing that out.

The only way I can do that is by using the m2TS file that was generated in the failed burn and run it through TsMuxer followed by burning as a data disk by Roxy Creator.

Unfortunately I am not the only one, this problem has been around for a couple of years



Eugene

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Quote: It is still not possible for me to burn a BR HD 60P disc using PD that will work in a Sony 60P BR player.

It did not in PD 11 nor in PD12.

The only way I can do that is by using the m2TS file that was generated in the failed burn and run it through TsMuxer followed by burning as a data disk by Roxy Creator.

Unfortunately I am not the only one, this problem has been around for a couple of years



Eugene


I assume a H.264 1920x1080/60P BD. PD11 nor PD12 had such a feature for BD, at least my versions, yes it was a option for AVCHD. For me H.264 1920x1080/60P BD works fine in PD13 and PD14 when played on several players, PS3, Panasonic, LG. I can only use CPU encoding though, hardware encoding with Nvidia even though it appears available and can be selected, results in an error in both PD13 and PD14.

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Eugen157
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Jeff, I gave it an other try, the player froze and I had to use a pin to get the BR out. It is a Sony BDP-S1500 and plays all my older 60P just fine. I cannot image the video encoding to be at fault since it works fine when using that m2TS video with the TXMuxer.



Eugene

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CYBERLINK PLEASE ADD UHD BLU RAY BURNING SOFTWARE
PD14,
Win10,64bit.CPU i7 6700,16GB ,C= 480 GB SSD ,GPU GTX1060 6GB 1 fan. Plus 3 int, 4 ext HDD's for video etc.LG WH16NS40 reads UHD.
4K 24" ViewSonic monitor.Camera Sony FDR-A
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Julien Pierre [Avatar]
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Quote: Jeff, I gave it an other try, the player froze and I
had to use a pin to get the BR out. It is a Sony BDP-S1500 and plays all
my older 60P just fine. Eugene




Why are you even using a standalone BR player ?

A HTPC does nicely at 1080p for me in my home theater room.

But I'm still waiting for those 4K 60p projectors to get below $8k - my target is closer to $1500 .

It's too bad, since 4K TVs are fairly affordable now But there is no way I'm going to downgrade from my 106" screen.

I have had my Sanyo PLV-Z2000 HD projector for 7.5 years - it's overdue for an upgrade to 4K . MSI X99A Raider
Intel i7-5820k @ 4.4 GHz
32GB DDR4 RAM
Gigabyte nVidia GTX 960 4GB
480 GB Patriot Ignite SSD (boot)
2 x 480 GB Sandisk Ultra II SSD (striped)
6 x 1 TB Samsung 860 SSD (striped)

2 x LG 32UD59-B 32" 4K
Asus PB238 23" HD (portrait)
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Eugen157
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Our 4K 70" tv is only 10 feet from my computer, in a den, viewing distance 6 to 8'.

The computer can output 4K 60P to either the TV or a 4K 27" monitor.



The seperate player is used for other than 4K so not to tie up the PC.



I am still wowed by that GTX960 encoding.



Eugene 73s, WA6JZN ex DL9GC
CYBERLINK PLEASE ADD UHD BLU RAY BURNING SOFTWARE
PD14,
Win10,64bit.CPU i7 6700,16GB ,C= 480 GB SSD ,GPU GTX1060 6GB 1 fan. Plus 3 int, 4 ext HDD's for video etc.LG WH16NS40 reads UHD.
4K 24" ViewSonic monitor.Camera Sony FDR-A
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Quote: Our 4K 70" tv is only 10 feet from my computer, in a den, viewing distance 6 to 8'.

The computer can output 4K 60P to either the TV or a 4K 27" monitor.



The seperate player is used for other than 4K so not to tie up the PC.



I am still wowed by that GTX960 encoding.



Eugene




Nice. Which 4k 27" monitor did you choose ? Is it an IPS monitor ?

For me, 70" would be way too small for the home theater as the viewing distance is about 18-23ft depending on how far back I place the very light couch.

In my home office on the other hand, there is no way I could fit a 70" 4K TV.

I have two HP LP3065 30" 2560x1600 and one Asus 23" at 1080p in portrait mode.

If I want to keep the same number of displays, 32" is probably about the limit for a 4K monitor. And there doesn't seem to be any 4K TV in that size or below that I could use as monitor. MSI X99A Raider
Intel i7-5820k @ 4.4 GHz
32GB DDR4 RAM
Gigabyte nVidia GTX 960 4GB
480 GB Patriot Ignite SSD (boot)
2 x 480 GB Sandisk Ultra II SSD (striped)
6 x 1 TB Samsung 860 SSD (striped)

2 x LG 32UD59-B 32" 4K
Asus PB238 23" HD (portrait)
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Eugen157
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It is made by ViewSonic, 24" and uses a pls panel.



Eugene 73s, WA6JZN ex DL9GC
CYBERLINK PLEASE ADD UHD BLU RAY BURNING SOFTWARE
PD14,
Win10,64bit.CPU i7 6700,16GB ,C= 480 GB SSD ,GPU GTX1060 6GB 1 fan. Plus 3 int, 4 ext HDD's for video etc.LG WH16NS40 reads UHD.
4K 24" ViewSonic monitor.Camera Sony FDR-A
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