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3 ninjas knuckle up part 7

You can then burn the resulting files by following this guide: /how-to/burn-avchds-blurays-imgburn In this mode, you can adjust the write speed under the Device tab I think. Try one of the other tabs if it s not there. However, just be sure that the pixelation is not there BEFORE you burn the disk. If the output generated by BD Rebuilder has the pixelation, then you have another issue entirely. ADUB In order to save High BP, I will next use BD-Re-B to file then the next morning I should be able to do a playback in FastF monitor/search for any imperfections. Adub, I do come from 3 ninjas knuckle up part 7 school that a slow burn is a better guarantee for a good burn. Somewhere, I forgot apologize for asking again: How can I?? What program can i depend on IMG Burn? How can I be assured 3 ninjas knuckle up part 7 each movie DIR will be separate and play as I chose meaning not in any order. I have my own 2-disk set of PEARL HARBOR I figure I ll use Any-D to do what it does thren what PGM to burn pEARL HARBOR, as well as Indiana Jones more until the BD-4 is filled. I tried it B-4 I found your great informative site 5 DVD movies were abe to be saved w/a lot of space remaining, si I added 3GB of family pics. But the damn samsung wouldn t play them maybe I only tried on the BD-1500 and NOT on the newer BD-55 I m sorry 2 b so wordy. As we all know money is getting tighter, at least I m not too proud to admit this. I just wanna be FRUGGEL w/the BD-Rs I own. I need to backup the BOXED DVDs I own Losing minimal quality, if any by using anyDVD so I can give them as Holiday presents. Who needs a pretty box anyway. : Thaks again ahead of time. Buddy Hi Adub, this is not a question related directly to BD Rebuilder but I thought you could answer it. Please forgive me if you ve answered this before. If I want to back up a movie onto a blank BD-50, then BD Rebuilder isn t even necessary, right? After ripping the movie using AnyDVD HD, can I just burn the BDMV and Certificate folders directly to the BD-50 using ImgBurn? Can most Blu-ray burners burn to BD-R DL? Mine s a factory-installed burner from Dell. Yes, it is possible to combine several movies onto one Bluray. BD Rebuilder cannot do it, but multiAVCHD can. I have written several tutorials on it s use not on this particular topic, but similar ones so you can read around here to get yourself oriented. Several people have done this very thing with the Planet Earth BBC series actually. And yes, if you have a BD-50, then no compression is required. A simple rip with AnyDVD and burn with IMGBurn will do the trick. As for if your Blu-ray drive supports BD-R DL, my first instinct is to say yes, but I can t say for sure without knowing your drive model. IMGBurn will tell you your drive model in it s log window, and a simple google search will confirm, if the DL logo is not already on your drive s disk tray. 4:30pm hI aDUB rICHARD ALL: I ve read that you, Adub, are the student yet, i can not fine, nor SEE with these 4-eyes, a HOW to combine X-amount of SD-DVDs onto ONE 25gb bd-r. Sorry please, please have patience. With selling BD-Rs for 29/10pak-To me, it s a good way to combine 4-5 DVDs with NO compression. Thanks Adub. /That offer for the beers still stands. 2:15pm thur. Hello, Am I asking too many?s?? I m just trying to be sociable, not just an igmatic person sitting in front of his monitor. I d like to share that I-Man2-came out really well. Thanks 4 all your help. It was very early this morning so I didn t want to lose any more sleep. Yet, I can t seem to control that program. It s got me baffled. Please, anyone, I have mite-hockey games other separate video in the DVD VOB? mode of files How can I put them on 1 BD-E 25 having a separate Icon, or whatever, for each differant game, movie etc. ??? It looks like your drive will not let you burn slower than 4x. That is not IMGBurn s fault, it s the drive s. And did you read my previous comment? I said I would try and make one this weekend if you really wanted it.

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