My Panasonic BD35 Blu-Ray player still handles recent blu-ray movies just fine, for example Jurassic World, feeding my Pioneer Pro-151 Kuro plasma. I have some mkv files of older movies that I want to convert to blu-ray discs. My first attempt, used tsmuxer to convert the 9GB mkv file using the "Blu-ray folder" output option. Mkv info from tsmuxer:
Tsmuxer created CERTIFICATE and BDMV folders that I burned to a Verbatim 25GB BD-R using ImgBurn. Everything went smoothly, ImgBurn verified the disk.
The disc plays perfectly in my laptop blu-ray player, however, it will not play in the BD35. After it reads for awhile it transitions to stop. Should I try a different procedure, brand of BD-R, or ?
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Those text based SRT subs ain't happening for Blu-Ray.
One way to do the job with very simple programs:
1) Re-encode the cropped MKV to compliant resolution with uncropMKV.
2) Separate (demux) the subtitles with MKVCleaver.
3) Convert the subtitles to SUP (Blu-Ray) format with easySUP.
4) Load the uncropped MKV in tsMuxer. Deselect the SRTs.
5) Click ADD and select your SUP subtitle file. Repeat as necessary.
6) Output to Blu-Ray folder.
Good luck and welcome to the forum.Pull! Bang! Darn!
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Only those MKV files with 1920 X 1080 can be played on a BD Player . However, not all of them can be played without problem after converted to Bluray Format (BDMV and Certificate Folder) using TSMuxer. Some of them suffer motion artifact problem (picture will pause or in slow motion for 1 or 2 second). It depends on what brand and model of the machine you use, I have 4 BD players, some of them play without glitch. I prefer to burn the MKV file to BD Disc, all BD player will play without problem, but be careful with the audio stream, those BD player manufactured before 2013 or earlier may not play MKV in DTS-HD (High Bit Rate). If you really want to burn to BD format, please burn on the BD-RE disc and see the result first.
There have been a few occasions, however, when uncropMKV did for me what you describe. In each case a reboot or even just reloading the file solved it. I dunno why, but the program is a little sticky at times...So give it another try. If the problem persists, then probably the file is too damaged. I have had that happen too, once.
Good luck.Pull! Bang! Darn!