My work around to this was just to create the blu ray folders then use ImageBurn to build and burn an image file, when using ImageBburn ( a free download ) just go to mode/build then add folders, choose UDF as your burning option. Don't worry if you forget to change anything as ImageBurn will hold your hand and advise you if you are doing something wrong.
I have now created 4 blu ray disks this way and each one has worked 100%, I see no reason why the same should not apply to dvd's.
Statistics: Posted by dodahday — Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:50 pm
Work flow is a big topic and your feed back was exactly the type input I was hoping for. Everyone else, please chime in. Tips and ideas always appreciated.
User Experience: I have only used VSP. Owned various versions over the last 10 years. I am curious about other programs but have no experience with another video editor. My video projects have always been very basic and have always been burned to DVD.
Version: VideoStudio Pro X6 Ultimate
Video Type: Standard Definition Mini DV
Camera 1: Panasonic AG-DVX100A
Camera 2: Canon Optura 20
End Use: DVD for playback on TV/PC and internet playback
Statistics: Posted by jaykafarski — Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:44 pm
It shows absolutely regular AVCHD fully progressive 1920 x 1080p video at 59.94 full frames per second and a data rate max of 25999 kbps, with Dolby stereo audio at 256 kbps. And I have to add that there is no reason why this should not be processed normally by VS X5 (and X6) apart from the possible conflict with Win 8.1 which is the subject of this thread.
Can I ask, though, if in this particular project, you ticked the box under Settings in X5 "Enable 50/60p Editing"? And though you have chosen the output specifically as mp4 iPhone/iPad, have you tried any other output format? Does it work? In other words, I am trying to find out if the problem is a general one, or relating specifically to that mp4 iPhone/iPad format...
By the way, I can now confirm that I have already sent an email to Corel, drawing their attention to your problem.
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Sun Nov 24, 2013 8:35 pm
Thanks for correcting me on name VideoStudio . I am sorry to vent my frustration on this board. The video format of my original video are all the same as
Thanks for all your help.
Statistics: Posted by okyou — Sun Nov 24, 2013 7:51 pm
Is there are issues between Visual Studio and window 8.1 64x ?
Please note that the product name is Video Studio and NOT Visual Studio (which is a rather expensive Microsoft program which does other things). And I suppose you also have to ask if it is specifically Video Studio X5 which is incompatible with Win 8.1. The answer is that none of us know since we don't work for Corel. However, X5 was produced when Windows 8 was being developed and others have used it successfully with Windows 8. But 8.1 may have produced other changes which affect some of the ways that X5 works. Some users are, however, reporting errors even with X6 and Win 8.1, so I guess it is safe to assume that X5 too is not fully compatible with 8.1. But unless some other user here has had the same problem as you and found a solution, the only people who can perhaps correct the problem is Corel through an update pack -- though I have to say it is unlikely that they will release an update pack for X5 since it is no longer the current version of the program.
Is there a limit to VS project size, or voice track size ?
The answer is no to both of these, there is no limit, and your project sounds as though it is only an average size and not large at all. However, can you please tell us the format of the video and of the original sound track? Right click on one of the clips in the timeline or library window and copy ALL its Properties here or take a screen grab and upload it here.
Do you know of any tool so I can read the DMP file ?
Again, the short answer is "no". No one, apart from Corel, can interpret those files and none of us here in this forum have ever known how to read them.
I know that what I have said must sound pretty negative and not helpful at all. But as I already said, unless someone has experienced the same problem as you and found a solution, or has some other possible solution in mind, then Corel may be the only ones who can help resolve it. I will, however, undertake to draw your problem to their attention and see what their response is.
Statistics: Posted by Ken Berry — Sun Nov 24, 2013 7:28 pm