I am new here... I'd like to author a (simple) blu-ray. The source material is .f4v files with the following specs:
1280 x 720
aspect ratio = 1:1
frame rate = 23.976
Can I use these files without re encoding them? what program could I use?
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ok, since multiAVCHD wouldn't take f4v files as inputs, i first used avidemux and transformed the f4v's into mp4's (no re encoding, right?).
then i put the mp4 into multiAVCHD, which, as you predicted, (if i understood correctly) only re encoded the audio... i then created an iso with imgburn and it played correctly in powerdvd.
that all went too smooth, as a first experiment!!
if i now want to create a a blu ray with menus, can u recommend any software i could start playing with?
edit: i have just noticed the menu section within multiAVCHD. i'll start playing with this first, but i assume it's not very versatile...
If you use video COPY and audio COPY in avidemux there will be no reconverting, just remuxing to a mp4.
For more advanced menu creation you can use tmpgenc authoring works or https://www.videohelp.com/tools/sections/authoring-bd-hd-dvd . BUT most of them might reconvert your video....and they aren't exactly free.