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  1. Hi there, i was just wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction and tell me if this is even possible? (i am very new to all this)

    I have a few MP4 X264 files that i would to put on Bluray Disc, but i do not want to re-encode them at all. i want them untouched. But i also want to add some sort of menu to the bluray.

    Any ideas on what software i need to get this done.

    Thank you so much in advance for the reply's.
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    Originally Posted by hiten View Post
    I have a few MP4 X264 files that i would to put on Bluray Disc, but i do not want to re-encode them at all. i want them untouched. But i also want to add some sort of menu to the bluray.
    There are certain very specific attributes and characteristics a file must have to be deemed blu-ray compliant, so you first have to find out if they are. x264, for one, can create them with the templates at http://www.x264bluray.com/ . Authoring programs will check to see the files submitted are so, and will not proceed with authoring or offer to re-encode if otherwise.
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    Have you tried bdtoavchd or avchdcoder?

    But your mp4 might not be bluray compatible. Www.videohelp.com/hd#tech
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    Strictly speaking, it's only possible if they used proper blu-ray compatible encoding settings in the first place, and there were proper specs (frame rate, dimensions, etc...) .
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  5. Thanks for the quick reply, my MP4 is bluray compatible. so i will give what you said a try.

    thanks so much for the qucik reply....


    any other suggestions would be cool to
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    If they are mp4, then even if the video is compliant, then likely the aac audio is not. You can try multiavchd. It will likely only re-encode the audio if the video is compliant.
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