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Old 18th December 2017, 16:24   #26821  |  Link
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Do you mean x265? x264 cannot set master display information AFAIK.
Yep. My mistake. I corrected it.
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Old 18th December 2017, 17:09   #26822  |  Link
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That would depend upon what you are using to serve the frames. But, yes, you can retain it when reencoding with X265.
Which frame server will allow you to retain the HDR info? And will you make it the default frame server for re-encoding UHD-BD?
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Old 18th December 2017, 18:06   #26823  |  Link
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Which frame server will allow you to retain the HDR info? And will you make it the default frame server for re-encoding UHD-BD?
FFMPEG apparently allows it... and it will be used by BD-RB for UHD-BD encodings.
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Old 19th December 2017, 23:05   #26824  |  Link
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I'm still working on the UHD-BD capability in BD-RB -- but I thought some of you might find this post interesting in the meantime.

Merry Christmas!
Yikes TSM2UHD???

I recall when BD-RB was just a gleam in your eye, what, eight? nine? years ago? and here you (still) are approaching 10 million views of this thread.

Congrats, Merry Christmas, and may you find some Amazon Wish List goodies under your tree!
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Old 20th December 2017, 02:02   #26825  |  Link
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Yikes TSM2UHD???

I recall when BD-RB was just a gleam in your eye, what, eight? nine? years ago? and here you (still) are approaching 10 million views of this thread.

Congrats, Merry Christmas, and may you find some Amazon Wish List goodies under your tree!
Hard to believe it was that long ago, isn't it? I'm still hoping to earn the "longest software in beta" award.
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Old 21st December 2017, 03:22   #26826  |  Link
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I remember until today when Mr. Jerry Dobbs decided to release the first version of BD Rebuilder in 2008 for us more or less at that time, time flies, I was only testing after several versions because it was still "nailed" to DVD-Rebuilder and had not yet purchased a blu-ray driver. Although I participate little, I am always following this thread.

Merry Christmas to all!
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Old 21st December 2017, 08:28   #26827  |  Link
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Yep! DVD-Rebuilder was/is a great software and BD-RB is one-of-a-kind!
Happy holidays jdobbs!
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Old 23rd December 2017, 14:09   #26829  |  Link
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Quick-play reauthoring mode with attempt to find the original background for BD import/Quick-play.
All went fine until:-
- Building menu structure ....
seemed to last forever, until I noticed that the full feature was about to be copied as menu backdrop.

Inspecting the clip 00000.m2ts which most probably should have been used for the menu backdrop with media info:
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ID : 0 (0x0) 
Complete name : K:\BD Movies\BD LOTR_RETURN_OF_THE_KING\BDMV\STREAM\00000.m2ts 
CompleteName_Last : K:\BD Movies\BD LOTR_RETURN_OF_THE_KING\BDMV\STREAM\00029.m2ts 
Format : BDAV 
Format/Info : Blu-ray Video
I wonder whether the blue line was the culprit? (I have never seen the "CompleteName_Last" before.)

Anyway, I eventually remuxed with a static menu backdrop picture and all went fine.

Happy Holidays!
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Old 23rd December 2017, 15:41   #26830  |  Link
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Quick-play reauthoring mode with attempt to find the original background for BD import/Quick-play.
All went fine until:-
- Building menu structure ....
seemed to last forever, until I noticed that the full feature was about to be copied as menu backdrop.

Inspecting the clip 00000.m2ts which most probably should have been used for the menu backdrop with media info:
Code:
ID : 0 (0x0) 
Complete name : K:\BD Movies\BD LOTR_RETURN_OF_THE_KING\BDMV\STREAM\00000.m2ts 
CompleteName_Last : K:\BD Movies\BD LOTR_RETURN_OF_THE_KING\BDMV\STREAM\00029.m2ts 
Format : BDAV 
Format/Info : Blu-ray Video
I wonder whether the blue line was the culprit? (I have never seen the "CompleteName_Last" before.)

Anyway, I eventually remuxed with a static menu backdrop picture and all went fine.

Happy Holidays!
Now that's interesting.
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Quick-play reauthoring mode with attempt to find the original background for BD import/Quick-play.
All went fine until:-
- Building menu structure ....
seemed to last forever, until I noticed that the full feature was about to be copied as menu backdrop.

Inspecting the clip 00000.m2ts which most probably should have been used for the menu backdrop with media info:
Code:
ID : 0 (0x0) 
Complete name : K:\BD Movies\BD LOTR_RETURN_OF_THE_KING\BDMV\STREAM\00000.m2ts 
CompleteName_Last : K:\BD Movies\BD LOTR_RETURN_OF_THE_KING\BDMV\STREAM\00029.m2ts 
Format : BDAV 
Format/Info : Blu-ray Video
I wonder whether the blue line was the culprit? (I have never seen the "CompleteName_Last" before.)

Anyway, I eventually remuxed with a static menu backdrop picture and all went fine.

Happy Holidays!
Well, that WOULD save you one click if the movie were playing as the menu background...
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Well, that WOULD save you one click if the movie were playing as the menu background...
Sharp reasoning! Bravo!
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Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!

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Happy Holidays to ALL!
May your Beta bdrebuilder years last another 2 decades, and your forum live on forever in the library of congress
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Sharp reasoning! Bravo!
Thanks! I must admit that I've learned a LOT from all you guys here... I really owe all I am and all I know to all of you!
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Thanks! I must admit that I've learned a LOT from all you guys here... I really owe all I am and all I know to all of you!
I feel sorry for your school teachers. How did you ever graduate high school?
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I feel sorry for your school teachers. How did you ever graduate high school?

... and who says that I even WENT to high school...?

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... and who says that I even WENT to high school...?
There is that.
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Thanks! I must admit that I've learned a LOT from all you guys here... I really owe all I am and all I know to all of you!
And after 10 seconds you must have fallen asleep

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... and who says that I even WENT to high school...?
We didn't even accuse you of seeing the inside of a kindergarten room
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We didn't even accuse you of seeing the inside of a kindergarten room
Well, I just might see them more often now than you think, but, I don't really think it's necessary to get into that right now...
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