Statistics: Posted by msuplantdoc — Thu Oct 09, 2014 9:11 pm
I am lost on the procedure of creating the BluRay on a HD to play to see if it's OK and then burning to disk.
On the final page of the burning module, untick the Create Disc option and instead choose 'Create Blu-Ray Folder' option. VLC will be able to play the folder for you. And the folder is the exact structure of what goes onto an actual disc.
If you can't initially see the "Create Blu-Ray folder" option, then click on the double arrow as shown in the attached image. (It is of a DVD, but is the same for Blu-Ray, though with Blu-Ray you don't get an ISO option...)
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Thu Oct 09, 2014 8:29 pm
Thanks for the suggestions. I will try to follow them. I discovered that it isn't just the first video that is not included on the BluRay disk. It can be any movie(s) or sometimes none and they all work. What's is odd is I can play the movie that isn't incorporated on the BluRay disk with VLC media player or within X7. If I watch the preview of the created BluRay within X7 which may include 4+ individual movies, it also plays fine. I did discover that turning off "do not convert....mpeg files" in the burning menu, results in larger files when added to the que. This may (not sure) increase the chance of success. The movies that don't play show for a second or so before jumping to the next video on the disk. However, the preview that plays from the menu on the disk will play for 10 seconds or so before repeating. These movies were mostly recorded in the lower avchd HD setting that matched AVCHD disk requirements. A few were recorded with a point and shoot and then rendered to work on the AVCHD disks. I am lost on the procedure of creating the BluRay on a HD to play to see if it's OK and then burning to disk. Already have too many coasters or disks missing playable movies listed in the menu. Regarding temp files. I find that when selecting files to work with and/or edit, they are added to c:video folder. This folder can quickly consume all of SSD drive space. I can move them after the fact but must use the relink function for each file rather than the folders within c:video created by each movie creation. X7 could certain use more detailed info about formats, compression types, and the precise implications of many of the menu and sub menu options. For example, I couldn't find any info about the option to convert or not compliant mpeg files.
Statistics: Posted by msuplantdoc — Thu Oct 09, 2014 8:04 pm
I have just run the trial download to extract the installation files, they are saved here:-
C:\Program Files (x86)\Corel\Corel VideoStudio Pro X7 Setup Files
And include the Quicktracks installer file…..
C:\Program Files (x86)\Corel\Corel VideoStudio Pro X7 Setup Files\Setup\RunTime\Quicktracks5Installer
Notice this is for the Pro version,
Where did you obtain the program?
Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 09, 2014 7:02 pm
On Win 7 - 32 bit I see the following
Quiktracks W7 32bit.PNG
Trevor obviously sees similar on his Win 7 64 bit system.
On Win 8.1 64 bit I see
Quicktracks W8.1 64bit.PNG
so where is your gone ?
Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Thu Oct 09, 2014 6:48 pm
And welcome to the forums
If it’s a bug then its embedded within the program and everyone should be affected.
Using the samples from the photo library do you still have the same problem?
or any error messages?
Some images saved as Progressive rather than Baseline have caused some problems with some software programs.
Some images saved with additional exif details within the camera have also caused some problems.
Please update your forum profile to include your pc specification.
Graphics Drivers have also been a problem, personal experience with lenovo laptops.?
Statistics: Posted by lata — Thu Oct 09, 2014 6:47 pm
OS is W7
Statistics: Posted by ct valley views — Thu Oct 09, 2014 6:16 pm
File format mismatch
Video Studio Pro X6 - software
Have done the software update
Have reinstalled several times
This is a bug in the software.
I've had this before searched the internet last time for a few days and found the answer, but had to reinstall it and now I have this issue again and can't remember what the solution is.
I know its a software bug because I've seen it on 2 different computers, I was able to solve it before on a computer that has it again. Have tried reinstalling the software.
It may be a conflict with other software, not sure.
Also corel does not have links to download older versions of the software as adobe does.
Have tried searching internet = 3 hours
calling corel on hold = 30 minutes
reinstalling 2 times = 45 minutes
searching for X6 download link = 50 minutes
searching FAQ on corel = 40 minutes
logging into the site as it logs you out when you go to different pages on corel.com = 15 minutes
registering and posting this in this forum = 10 minutes
Statistics: Posted by atlars — Thu Oct 09, 2014 5:59 pm