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  1. DECEASED
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    Just out of curiosity, has anybody already tried it

    at800 posted this info 2 days ago
    { https://www.videohelp.com/tools/Blu-Disc-Studio#11679 },
    however his post count still is = zero
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  2. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Tools comments are not counted as forum posts.

    Nope. I have not tried it yet.
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    Nope. I'm not thrilled that this software comes from Russia and for security reasons I don't think I'll ever try it. Each person has to make their own decisions about risk and decide what is and is not acceptable to them. I don't condemn those who don't share my concerns.
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    Having no fear in these things, I downloaded and installed Blu-Studio lite. I pointed to TsMuxeR and ffprobe in the options menu. I imported PSD menu along with video and audio streams.

    I cannot however figure out how to compile the Blu-Ray structure. I can't seem to find any guides on it. This is by far the screwiest BD Authoring app I have ever used and that's saying something. Maybe someone who has successfully compiled a Blu-Ray structure with this app can shed some light?
    Got my retirement plans all set. Looks like I only have to work another 5 years after I die........
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  5. jman98,
    Russian are different
    This program is a joint development with DVDLogic (http://bludiscstudio.com/) - they are not Russian.

    racer-x
    Did you downloaded a test project?
    1. Download http://blu-disc.net/download/Test.rar (5,2 Mb). Unzip to the C:\Test.
    2. Download video and audio tracks for simple menu http://blu-disc.net/download/DEMO_menu_Movie.zip (474 Mb). Unzip to the C:\Test\Movie.
    3. Open test project in the BDS. If you have properly set ffprobe and tsmuxer, the tsMux button should be available on the toolbar: http://blu-disc.net/tsmux.jpg - press it.
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    I downloaded the "lite" version and the "test project." The project compiled fine and played fine. However, trying to put a project together on my own appears arduous since it's more like baking a cake from scratch rather than something out of a box. Many "moving parts" and lack of a guide for the uninitiated make it a bit hard to tackle.
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  7. I am using (paid) version 2 from some months and, after some initial difficulties to learn how to use, now I am satisfied with this :roll eyes:

    If you have any questions...
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  8. It has little documentation but for some silent quick moving videos. I wrote some intro user's guides to it that I'm happy to share to get you starting. It's a bit of a learning curve as you have to set up a lot manually. But this comes with a lot of flexibility - even in the free Lite version. Once you understand that and need more, you can upgrade to their paid versions. Guides are in pdf and I'll send them if you drop an email to me at theo de klerk @ gmx com ( spaces are dots except around the @ )
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