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Old 4th November 2018, 18:57

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For burning anything onto a CD/DVD/Blu-Ray I suggest you to use the great FREE IMGBurn and use UDF as the filesystem (if you're burning files larger than 1-2 GB each).
The built-in Windows burning software is great if you wanna create audio CDs or burning small documents onto DVDs, on the go. But for anything more "professional", I highly suggest you IMGBurn. That should cover most of your needs.
If your DVD player doesn't support MP4 or MKV, and you want to create a DVD-Video (even from 1080p files), without too much hassles, get DVDFab.
It has an option to create DVD-Video's from whatever file you throw at it, and it does even allow you to create chapters, easily, from every single file you add to the list and even create menus.
Hope this helps!
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I guess I'm old school. I still burn both R & RW discs, mostly burned with Imgburn & Power to Go 10 (PtG, if a file gives me problems with play-back). If I still have problems, I copy the files onto a USB stick, & play on on Samsung Plasma. Right now, I play the discs on a marginal quality LG BD player, but I am about ready to upgrade to something else. (Samsung BD player was better in the functions dept.) I use a USB extension cord so I don't have to crawl around the side of the TV. Memorex RW discs aren't too bad quality-wise, & seem to last with all the minor scratches you p/up in the process. I'm not going to unplug 1 of two WD external hard drives (2 TB) & carry them down to the TV & plug them in & out! Old WMV files with funky codecs haven't played too well in either the LG or the Samsung, usually play them on the computer @ the last resort. I have the best results with MP4's - all sizes. I also have an external bluray burner, that I don't use enough. Use all the stuff you got to enjoy the files. (Somebody went to a lot of trouble to process & post that file!!!)
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Some newer DVD players can accept MP4's without even converting. Almost like a USB flash drive. You just burn the MP4's on as data but you do not convert them to DVD format. I'd invest in a newer DVD/Blu-ray player that can support MP4 out of the box sort of speak
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That's what I do now, put mp4s on a USB
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Some newer DVD players can accept MP4's without even converting. Almost like a USB flash drive. You just burn the MP4's on as data but you do not convert them to DVD format. I'd invest in a newer DVD/Blu-ray player that can support MP4 out of the box sort of speak
Even the older players do the same: if you want to make a disk that will be played successfully by DVD players, you need to create a DVD-Video disk.

If you don't know what this is, see my previous post in this thread.
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Even the older players do the same: if you want to make a disk that will be played successfully by DVD players, you need to create a DVD-Video disk.

If you don't know what this is, see my previous post in this thread.
You're right, because dvd-video is set in stone. MP4 format isn't. Now it can contain files encoded with a H.264 or H.265 codec and 2 years from now it will probably support AV1 so older hardware won't be able to play these MP4 files encoded with newer codecs.
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There's also the new 4K "beast" to take into account, be it in MKV, MP4 or plain UHD Blu-Ray .ISO files, which they range between 19-30 GB (for a good quality rip, be it WEB-DL or just plain UHD BDRip) and up to 56-90 GB (for the uttermost 1:1 UHD BD copy). That's definitely gonna be a pain in the butt to store, convert or play all these files back on a standalone player, for sure.
I'm already stocking up on some UHD Blu-Ray titles, and i'm also saving some moneys to buy a dedicated 4 TB drive and one of those notorious external UHD-Friendly drives as well as a USB 5,25" Enclosure to "experiment" with the format on my PC.
I'm surprised to see that a PC UHD drive cost way less than a dedicated standalone one such as Oppo, Sony or even Samsung, despite all the claims that say that 4K Blu's sales are going strong.
One would think that if a format is so successful than the prices of dedicated players will drop to a more affordable "human" price. But seems like it's not the case, here. And it's probably gonna be this way for so long.
The situation of 4K UHD Blu-Ray, at this point, kinda reminds me of when I was 15, when I was getting hooked to SACD and DVD-Audio and all that was surround sound, and was desperately looking for a "cheap" dedicated Denon DVD-Audio/SACD capable player, to play my high-res audio discs
Feel kinda nostalgic, when I think that's been almost 15 years since I purchased my very first DVD-Audio disc and started experimenting with Surround Sound, HTs, ripping/converting stuff and taking professional private Final Cut Pro and ProTools classes, in my freetime......good times.
4K, Atmos/DTS:X and HDR it's definitely gonna feel like "returning home" once again, for me.
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Yes, it's interesting that Sony went for a UHD BD format, now that we are in a Netfl1x world. I don't think it'll be as popular as they think: simply because everyone's moved to streaming services (except me, I'm still doing optical media).

Don't know about you, but UHDs are like £30 in the UK, seems a lot for a movie on disc. I'm personally skipping this edition and waiting for streaming services that seem more "complete", you see if I want to see a certain TV show, sometimes I would have to use other services, and that's going to be expensive in the end.
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Yes, it's interesting that Sony went for a UHD BD format, now that we are in a Netfl1x world. I don't think it'll be as popular as they think: simply because everyone's moved to streaming services (except me, I'm still doing optical media).

Don't know about you, but UHDs are like £30 in the UK, seems a lot for a movie on disc. I'm personally skipping this edition and waiting for streaming services that seem more "complete", you see if I want to see a certain TV show, sometimes I would have to use other services, and that's going to be expensive in the end.
Yeah, i'm still doing optical backups and still buy physical formats, despite having Netfl1x and Sky HD.
I dig mostly special editions boxsets of my favorite movies. But for the rest, it's all digital.....be it games, music and softwares. I do backups primarly on BD-R discs, as it is more convenient than burning 5 DVDs all at once. And in that department, Blu-Ray definitely is a winner as an archival format. As in just 40 minutes, I can have all the files I need in just 1 disc, be it P0rn, music or games.
As for 4K Blu-Ray, I believe that it was clearly a strategy of Sony and HTs to make people change their TV/AV Receivers sets, as when Blu-Ray first came out, the most high-selling Blu-Ray players in the game have always been mainly PS3s and Xbox, because of their super user-friendly plug-and-play setup and use. And they still are, to this day.
When you think that a console can play/do almost anything for only £270 or even less, for most users there was no point in buying expensive Opp0s or Sony players.
Problem is, after the failure of 3D-at-home, most manufacturers ended up losing a lot of money and ended up with many unsold units in their factories. So, in order to cover most of these losses, Sony cut out 4K Blu support on the PS4 and standalone 4K Blu and relative dedicated hardware came into play.
Problem is, as always, they didn't warned or teached potential consumers about what is needed to have everything ready to enjoy a 4K movie. And if you see around, there still is way too much confusion in regards to HDMI/HDCP/AACS requirements for 4K Blu's.
Funny thing is that if you're brave enough with computers and softwares, you can circumvent the "Rabbit Hole" that is AACS and even pass-through, with the correct softwares and filters/plugins, untouched 4K video with HDR over HDMI 1.4 or DVI (the one that was designed to pass-through a 3D video signal and that is capable of delivering video past the standard 1080p resolution, provided you have a monitor with a huge resolution than 2160p), as it have enough "guts" to digest those high video bitrates.
Blu-Ray movies, for me, have always been just another way to deliver a digital file at uttermost quality. Nothing more.
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Yep, BD is a great format for backing up, especially on dual layer.
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