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Old 16th November 2018, 17:55   #28081  |  Link
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There are a lot of hidden options to rerender video, to change video, but I don't see anything for changing BD menu(s) that have 4:3 set when 16:9 should be. I got a hold of a compilation BD, and the movies are fine in 16:9, if I play the .TS files (or convert them to MKV from BD-RB). MPC-HC plays them as should be. But through PDVD 12 and Player, naaaah. Every video "displays" as 4:3 until the menu. Which is 16:9. Pick a movie, and menu for it is displayed with an clip from the movie. In 4:3 with Subtitles On/Off, or back to menu...a cheap menu. Pick Play and the movie starts..in 4:3. For PDVD 12 I have to change "Keep Aspect Ratio" and select "Stretch to Fit Screen". Solved, but I'd like to not have to do that. Is there an option I haven't come across yet, or some other tool? I don't use TSMuxeR outside of BD-RB..so I'm not sure. I don't want to rerender the videos, so I suspect it's as "simple" as editing a DVD and changing a flag and saving back (DvdRemakePro) and is non-destructive to video. :-)
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Old 16th November 2018, 22:22   #28082  |  Link
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If so desired, those of us with GTX 10xx cards can run some tests so others don't have to get one unnecessarily
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If so desired, those of us with GTX 10xx cards can run some tests so others don't have to get one unnecessarily
And how is this going to help the user that cannot afford a new GTX card? BDRB with UHD support that requires the purchase of an expensive graphics card is going to keep that user from using BDRB.
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And how is this going to help the user that cannot afford a new GTX card? BDRB with UHD support that requires the purchase of an expensive graphics card is going to keep that user from using BDRB.
Maybe we can figure out some settings that carry over to software encoding
By the way, BDRB already supports DGIndexNV
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16814125920
Why don't you offer some suggestions to help the situation
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Maybe we can figure out some settings that carry over to software encoding
By the way, BDRB already supports DGIndexNV
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...82E16814125920
Why don't you offer some suggestions to help the situation
Yes. But DGIndexNV isn't required for BD-RB to work!
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