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Old 24th March 2019, 10:28   #28441  |  Link
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BDRB Failed to Find All the Videos on a DVD - again

BDRB failed to find 6 videos on a DVD.

Here is an image showing what BDRB saw and what VRD saw.

No idea why BDRB is not seeing them.

UPDATE: BDRB missed displaying a file for selection on S1-D5. It displayed the first one in the title, but failed to display the 2nd.
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Old 27th March 2019, 04:17   #28443  |  Link
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Hi guys I have to convert UHD to FULL HD a movie and I have no idea what number put just right there where arrow is? I mean, for get the best quality possible what number I have to set in CRF?




Thank you in advance!!

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Old 27th March 2019, 06:31   #28444  |  Link
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DVD to MKV files failure

OK, on another DVD, of the same 90210 S1, I told BDRB to import two of the special feature files. It did, in that the Stream directory has the two files. But, when I import the current project into the Batch queue, it only converted the 2nd M2TS file into a MKV. The first file was ignored, not even mentioned in the log.

When I re-did it, only selecting the first file that it wouldn't do, it did it.
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Old 27th March 2019, 11:27   #28445  |  Link
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Hi guys I have to convert UHD to FULL HD a movie and I have no idea what number put just right there where arrow is? I mean, for get the best quality possible what number I have to set in CRF?
18 is high quality.
Basically,
low crf = high quality, big file size
high crf = low quality, small file size

If you go too low the file becomes bigger than the source file so you have to find a compromise. No one can tell you what you would like because it's subjective. You have to experiment a bit.
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Hi guys I have to convert UHD to FULL HD a movie and I have no idea what number put just right there where arrow is? I mean, for get the best quality possible what number I have to set in CRF?

Thank you in advance!!
A CRF of 23 is X264's default and is a good compromise between size and quality. A value of 16 is pretty close to a lossless encode, but creates a huge file size. Anything below that is massive overkill. I'd recommend keeping it at 23, but if you are really worried about quality, try something a bit lower.
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A CRF of 23 is X264's default and is a good compromise between size and quality. A value of 16 is pretty close to a lossless encode, but creates a huge file size. Anything below that is massive overkill. I'd recommend keeping it at 23, but if you are really worried about quality, try something a bit lower.
Hi Jdobbs and yes Im talking about quality I mean, the idea is to get approximately the same quality that you got with you have the full bluray BD50, if I have the UHD from some movie so far I understand it I can convert to Full hd but keeping the quality of BD50 ?

What is exactly, dear Jjdobbs of CRF number to obtain, I dont know, 48gb is the normal size of a BD50?

i really hope you can understand it because English is not my first language

Thank you in advance!!
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18 is high quality.
Basically,
low crf = high quality, big file size
high crf = low quality, small file size

If you go too low the file becomes bigger than the source file so you have to find a compromise. No one can tell you what you would like because it's subjective. You have to experiment a bit.
Yes I tried it with a very low crf and I get a120gb larger file

Like I said to Jdobbs the idea is to encode UHD to Full hd but the result file keep the BD50 quality and fit on a 48gb file

ps: as an example, think just like this, we have an UHD file that we need to encode to Fullhd but keeping the quality and the file size have to br 46/48gb (a BD50 disc)

You know what I mean?

Excuse me my English I try to do my best
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If you want to hit a certain target size .. select "Two Pass Target Size (MB)" and enter the size you want. Not CRF.
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If you want to hit a certain target size .. select "Two Pass Target Size (MB)" and enter the size you want. Not CRF.
Thank you for that speaking about CRF I forget about that option but, as I always use BD rebuilder with CRF option and I love the quality I preffer to keep using this crf option dear Sneaker because maybe I get a lite bigger file size but that file Ill can convert again with BD rebuilder this time to fit an BD25 is that correct?

I mean, maybe no matters if the file size is 48 or 80gb, Bd rebuilder can convert this file to a BD25 keeping the amazing quality is that correct?

ps: if you all have to convert UHD to Full hd using CRF what number you put there?
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You are confusing me. What is your goal? Why are you doing this? Are you targeting HDD, BD25 or BD50?
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You are confusing me. What is your goal? Why are you doing this? Are you targeting HDD, BD25 or BD50?
Thank you for tell me that,

1) I have a movie that is in UHD

2) as my tv led doesnt play UHD, just Full hd (I love it) I want to convert this movie to Full hd

3)As Always do I want to set Bd rebuilder for do that job but I want to get the best quality just like any BD50

4) for that I just like to know what number put in CRF option?
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Do you mean performed by any chance?
Heh... Who the hell do you think you are, Mr. Video??!
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Thank you for tell me that,

1) I have a movie that is in UHD

2) as my tv led doesnt play UHD, just Full hd (I love it) I want to convert this movie to Full hd

3)As Always do I want to set Bd rebuilder for do that job but I want to get the best quality just like any BD50

4) for that I just like to know what number put in CRF option?
If your end goal is to make a BD25 why not skip all the in betweens and start directly making a BD25 with BD-Rebuilder? BD-Rebuilder will give you the best quality that will fit on a BD25 disc. All your steps in between only make the quality worse.
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If your end goal is to make a BD25 why not skip all the in betweens and start directly making a BD25 with BD-Rebuilder? BD-Rebuilder will give you the best quality that will fit on a BD25 disc. All your steps in between only make the quality worse.
Thank you again Musiclover and you right and that is the best option but I just dont know how to do that? I mean, if you dont mind of course what are the steps? I have to import the MKV file that contains the uhd with audio files and subtitles?

If you dont mind could you tell me the steps?

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Ya, I got beaten to the punch (not beaten to a pulp ).
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Thank you again Musiclover and you right and that is the best option but I just dont know how to do that? I mean, if you dont mind of course what are the steps? I have to import the MKV file that contains the uhd with audio files and subtitles?

If you dont mind could you tell me the steps?

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1. Import the video file
2. Set mode to full backup
3. Set encoder to high quality or highest quality
4. Set target size to bd-25
5. Click the backup button

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Enhancement

I'm not sure if I've requested this or not, so I'll just do it, just in case I hadn't.

Allow for more characters in a menu item.

I've run into some show episode titles that are too long. And yet there is plenty of room on the screen, I only ever do a single column. Maybe a hidden menu option:
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MENU_NUMBER_COLUMS=0    Max number menu item colums: 0=as needed (default). Setting to 1 will allow for more characters in the menu item. The more columns allowed, the less numbers of characters per menu item.
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I was just wondering if it's my system or has anyone else been having problems down-converting TrueHD 7.1 (ATMOS) audio to DD 640K? The last couple of Blu's (Aquaman, Fantastic Beasts Grindelwald) have down-converted ok EXCEPT it ended up with 448K, NOT 640K even with all the audio switches unchecked. Perhaps I just need to reinstall everything if I'm the only one with this problem. Thanks
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