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Old 14th February 2020, 01:56   #29281  |  Link
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If I re-open of re-rebuilder and have it continue from where it left off, it rebuilds the BD file structure the progress bar on the bottom gets to 100 percent rebuild then the error occurs at very end?
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Old 16th February 2020, 15:04   #29282  |  Link
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Today .. Dvdfab failed to do a movie only, of
A Shaun the Sheep Movie Farmageddon...
It came up error on disk `message from oppo .

But BdRebuiler did it, no problem ..(with no re-encode) options.
but I also took 2 audio streams out .. Things are getting good.
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Old 16th February 2020, 23:33   #29283  |  Link
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If I re-open of re-rebuilder and have it continue from where it left off, it rebuilds the BD file structure the progress bar on the bottom gets to 100 percent rebuild then the error occurs at very end?
It's rare -- but I've seen that error a couple of times. It comes from TSMUXER. Sometimes it just gets confused by the source. I'm not sure why yet, but if I can put my finger on the issue, maybe I'll be able to find a workaround.
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Old 18th February 2020, 17:25   #29284  |  Link
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How is BD-RB so wildly off-size? I have a blu-ray that's only 4.73GB, so I ask it to encode to BD-5 (4.37GB). Result: 3.73GB. This is with highest quality, 2-pass. The entire point of 2-pass is to get exact size. I've repeated this with FULL blu-rays, to BD25. The result is ALWAYS smaller than DVDFAB, thus, lesser quality. It's off by GIGABYTES. Custom size 23.3GB? BD-RB gives me 19-21GB.
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How is BD-RB so wildly off-size? I have a blu-ray that's only 4.73GB, so I ask it to encode to BD-5 (4.37GB). Result: 3.73GB. This is with highest quality, 2-pass. The entire point of 2-pass is to get exact size. I've repeated this with FULL blu-rays, to BD25. The result is ALWAYS smaller than DVDFAB, thus, lesser quality. It's off by GIGABYTES. Custom size 23.3GB? BD-RB gives me 19-21GB.
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From your log:

- Bitrate: 15,000 Kbs

You are hitting the maximum bitrate for an AVCHD disc. BD-RB can't make it any larger without risking exceeding the speed that a BD-5 can handle.

So... BD-RB isn't "wildly off-size" -- it is doing exactly what it supposed to do to prevent the disc from skipping and/or failing during playback.
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How is BD-RB so wildly off-size? I have a blu-ray that's only 4.73GB, so I ask it to encode to BD-5 (4.37GB). Result: 3.73GB. This is with highest quality, 2-pass. The entire point of 2-pass is to get exact size. I've repeated this with FULL blu-rays, to BD25. The result is ALWAYS smaller than DVDFAB, thus, lesser quality. It's off by GIGABYTES. Custom size 23.3GB? BD-RB gives me 19-21GB.
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The Max official allowable bitrates for AVCHD are:

1. (BD media) ~24Mbps v+a+sub/pic
2. (DVD media) ~18Mbps v+a+sub/pic (this is supposed to also equal BD-9 spec)

and the new Max AVCHD/3D and AVCHD/60p rates are:
~28Mbps v+a+sub/pic (only BD media is supported)

As you can see, BD/AVCHD titles on DVD media are more limited by the spin/transfer capability of the DVD playback chain than by the spec's limits, so it often depends on the brand/quality of the playback equipment. Realistically speaking, you should set the target bitrate to fall in the 1/4 to 1/3 (possibly/occasionally 1/2) compared to BD rates.
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