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Old 4th May 2022, 21:58   #1  |  Link
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UBR HEVC convert to h.264 1080p

how can i downconvert UBR 3840x2160 HDR video 23.976
to h.264 1920x1080 23.976 using bd_rebuilder.

possible? easily done?

currently running version 61.22
could upgrade if necessary.

thanks.
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What's UBR HEVC?
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ultra bluray = UBR
HEVC = codec hevc = basically h.265
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The official term is "UHD" (Ultra High Definition) Blu-ray discs. And all such discs are encoded using HEVC/H265.

There's really no need to make-up new terms...
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Easily done.
I would suggest to update to BD-RB 61.25 first.
If you want a BD volume ready to burn to BD-R/RE-25 or -50, just specify Full Backup, Target Size BD-25 or BD-50.
Otherwise Movie-Only Backup.
If you have a nvidia RTX card above 1060 and want it quick and dirty you specify Encoder -> NVEnc and choose your desired quality preset
If you want better quality and slow you specify Encoder -> x264 and choose your desired quality preset, and so on.
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i want movie only, yes bd25 target easy.
i have a very old nvidia card, so that is out.
so how do i specify x264 encoder versus x265.
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Settings -> Encoder -> x264/x265.
If you did not overrule anything by Hiddenopts, x264 is then assumed automatically because BD is your goal, and BD can only have H.264, and MPEG-2, and VC-1, no H.265.
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if i want x265, how do i specify that. yes that wouldn't be a BD,
it would be Ultra High Definition disk.
how can i do that with BD_Rebuilder?
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