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Posts: 23
Registered: 02.05.2010
09.05.10 20:51:07
When I convert a movie to Blu-Ray, they ask me do you want to save it in a folder? So I save it to the desktop. When the converting is done, it asks to burn so I do. I lose the movie so I tried to reburn the file I saved in the folder but it doesn't work. Any way to fix this? I don't want to re convert it since it takes a while.
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Registered: 29.01.2012
11.05.10 13:08:15
To: phongtien4


Do you still have converted blu-ray movie on the desktop?
By the way, we would not recommend you to save blu-ray video to desktop. It's better to create the folder for it in My Documents or on local drive.

Regards.
Posts: 23
Registered: 02.05.2010
12.05.10 20:27:40
To: Vlad
Well the converted blu - ray cant be burned again. Is there a way to fix this?
Thanks
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Registered: 29.01.2012
17.05.10 06:44:31
To: phongtien4


If you have converted blu-ray files on desktop or on orther directory, you can burn them to disc again using AVS Disc Creator software and its function burn Blu-ray video files in Video&Photo section of AVS Disc Creator. Here you can download the program.

I hope it helps.

Regards.
Posts: 23
Registered: 02.05.2010
22.05.10 18:47:50
To: Vlad


Thank you for the file, but when I convert the video, it auto burns for me. Before that I save it in the desktop, it becomes a folder. That file can't be burned. Well, it can but no video, only data in the folder. When I try and burn it, it doesn't work.
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Posts: 23
Registered: 02.05.2010
22.05.10 18:57:51
Thank you for the file, but I already have a program to burn. When I convert the video, it auto burns for me. Before that I save the converted video in the document, it becomes a folder. That folder can be burned, but there is no video (disk won't play), only data in the folder (as the picture shows).

Please reply how to fix this problem


- Thanks


Please ignore the last post, there was some stuff I needed to add.
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Registered: 29.01.2012
26.05.10 11:51:18
To: phongtien4


Sorry for the late response.

Actually, these folders BDMV and CERTIFICATE contain video data (check m2ts files in Stream subfolder). You can burn them to disc using AVS Disc Creator, just find Burn Blu-ray video files in Video&Photo section and add these to folders to disc for burning.

Regards.
Posts: 23
Registered: 02.05.2010
29.05.10 20:10:19
To: Vlad


Thank you for your response. You are a very helpful and nice person. I have a little problem every time I convert the movie and the movie is burned. When I first play the movie, it starts freezing in the beginning (Lagging) It lags even when I try and change the Profile(Setting). Example: Blu-ray Full HD 1080p - (H.264, 24000kbps, 24fps), or Blu-ray Full HD 1080p - (MPEG2, 24000KBPS, 23.976fps) (MPEG2, 24000kbps, 24fps), Blu-ray HD Ready 720p - (MPEG2, 12000kbps, 23.976) I tried all the setting when converting the movie. Same lagging problem in the beginning when I play.
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Registered: 29.01.2012
31.05.10 12:34:48
To: phongtien4


Hello,

Thank you for kind words. As far as I know the lagging problem has already been discussed in the following topic. So, I invite you to continue discussing it there.

Regards.
Posts: 23
Registered: 02.05.2010
28.06.10 23:16:03
To: Vlad


Our movie file is about 20 - 30 gb. Any program we can use to split it up? Since the server is only letting us upload 1 gb at a time.
Posts: 2396
Registered: 29.01.2012
30.06.10 00:54:19
To: phongtien4


You don't need to upload the whole movie. Just the files which I asked.
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