How to burn 4k movies
Open imageburn and select following
create image file from files / folders
Tick auto which is near calculator
Browse for folder
Then the following will appear
Click yes and this will adjust everything to suit a disc burn
Go to options make sure following
Select destination and save as ISO file
Then this screen will appear
Then final screen will appear
Then iso file will be created
Then select a file
Which will open up and look for file
Select iso file that was created using imageburn
Make sure write speed as it 2x
Close down antivirus software and all other programs
Disable primary bd drive and use USB external bluray burner
Tick on verify to make sure disc burns
Screen should look like this
This should then burn disc.
Last burn notes
I 16:02:44 ImgBurn Version 188.8.131.52 started!
I 16:02:44 Microsoft Windows 8 Core x64 Edition (6.2, Build 9200)
I 16:02:44 Total Physical Memory: 16,713,284 KiB - Available: 13,563,640 KiB
I 16:02:44 Initialising SPTI...
I 16:02:44 Searching for SCSI / ATAPI devices...
I 16:02:45 -> Drive 1 - Info: ASUS BW-16D1HT 3.00 (F (USB 2.0)
I 16:02:45 Found 1 BD-RE XL!
I 16:04:53 Operation Started!
I 16:04:53 Source File: D:\ISO\The.Running.Man.1987.2160p.BluRay.HEVC.DTS-HD.MA.7.1-TASTED.iso
I 16:04:53 Source File Sectors: 34,930,752 (MODE1/2048)
I 16:04:53 Source File Size: 71,538,180,096 bytes
I 16:04:53 Source File Volume Identifier: The.Running.Man.1987.2160p.BluRay.HEVC.DTS-HD.MA.7.1-TASTED
I 16:04:53 Source File Volume Set Identifier: 535B735C0214FFD6
I 16:04:53 Source File Application Identifier: ImgBurn v184.108.40.206
I 16:04:53 Source File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 16:04:53 Source File File System(s): UDF (2.60)
I 16:04:53 Destination Device: [0:0:0] ASUS BW-16D1HT 3.00 (F (USB)
I 16:04:53 Destination Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: VERBAT-IMk-000)
I 16:04:53 Destination Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x
I 16:04:53 Destination Media Sectors: 48,878,592
I 16:04:53 Write Mode: BD
I 16:04:53 Write Type: DAO
I 16:04:53 Write Speed: 2x
I 16:04:53 Hardware Defect Management Active: No
I 16:04:53 BD-R Verify Not Required: Yes
I 16:04:53 Link Size: Auto
I 16:04:53 Lock Volume: Yes
I 16:04:53 Test Mode: No
I 16:04:54 OPC: No
I 16:04:54 BURN-Proof: Enabled
I 16:04:54 Write Speed Successfully Set! - Effective: 8,992 KB/s (2x)
I 16:05:57 Filling Buffer... (80 MiB)
I 16:05:58 Writing LeadIn...
I 16:06:08 Writing Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 34930751)
I 16:06:08 Writing Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 34930751)
I 18:14:54 Synchronising Cache...
I 18:14:56 Closing Track...
I 18:14:57 Finalising Disc...
I 18:15:58 Exporting Graph Data...
I 18:15:58 Graph Data File: C:\Users\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ASUS_BW-16D1HT_3.00_WEDNESDAY-27-OCTOBER-2021_4-04_PM_VERBAT-IMk-000_2x.ibg
I 18:15:58 Export Successfully Completed!
I 18:15:58 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 02:11:04
I 18:15:58 Average Write Rate: 9,042 KiB/s (2.1x) - Maximum Write Rate: 9,186 KiB/s (2.1x)
I 18:15:58 Cycling Tray before Verify...
W 18:16:04 Waiting for device to become ready...
I 18:16:21 Device Ready!
I 18:16:38 Operation Started!
I 18:16:38 Source Device: [0:0:0] ASUS BW-16D1HT 3.00 (F (USB)
I 18:16:38 Source Media Type: BD-R (Disc ID: VERBAT-IMk-000)
I 18:16:38 Source Media Supported Read Speeds: 2x, 5x, 6x
I 18:16:38 Source Media Supported Write Speeds: 2x, 4x, 6x, 8x
I 18:16:38 Source Media Sectors: 34,930,752
I 18:16:38 Source Media Size: 71,538,180,096 bytes
I 18:16:38 Image File: D:\ISO\The.Running.Man.1987.2160p.BluRay.HEVC.DTS-HD.MA.7.1-TASTED.iso
I 18:16:38 Image File Sectors: 34,930,752 (MODE1/2048)
I 18:16:38 Image File Size: 71,538,180,096 bytes
I 18:16:38 Image File Volume Identifier: The.Running.Man.1987.2160p.BluRay.HEVC.DTS-HD.MA.7.1-TASTED
I 18:16:38 Image File Volume Set Identifier: 535B735C0214FFD6
I 18:16:38 Image File Application Identifier: ImgBurn v220.127.116.11
I 18:16:38 Image File Implementation Identifier: ImgBurn
I 18:16:38 Image File File System(s): UDF (2.60)
I 18:16:38 Read Speed (Data/Audio): MAX / MAX
I 18:16:39 Read Speed - Effective: 2x - 6x, 6x - 2x
I 18:16:39 Verifying Session 1 of 1... (1 Track, LBA: 0 - 34930751)
I 18:16:39 Verifying Track 1 of 1... (MODE1/2048, LBA: 0 - 34930751)
I 19:20:34 Exporting Graph Data...
I 19:20:34 Graph Data File: C:\Users\Dave Unwin\AppData\Roaming\ImgBurn\Graph Data Files\ASUS_BW-16D1HT_3.00_WEDNESDAY-27-OCTOBER-2021_4-04_PM_VERBAT-IMk-000_2x.ibg
I 19:20:34 Export Successfully Completed!
I 19:20:34 Operation Successfully Completed! - Duration: 01:03:54
I 19:20:34 Average Verify Rate: 18,226 KiB/s (4.2x) - Maximum Verify Rate: 26,707 KiB/s (6.1x)
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Last edited by Kadu7475; 27th Oct 2021 at 20:29.
tried again doing another one
used same function
tried on 3 different machines doesnt work
still no update on correct converting or burning process.
Yes they do
just won't play on uhd player
i will write step by step instruction of what i'm doing in a few hours when i get of work.
any updates on the creating iso and burning process please
Yes i'm sorry i had a lot of work lately but i will write a small guide today or tomorrow
Hey Rick any updates please
any updates Rick please
anyone got any updates on new players that work BDXL.
surely this problem can be solved somehow.
Rick can i please get those instructions.
Looks like this forum is now finished. Haven't heard from Rick and think that there is now way to make perfect copies of 4k with BDXL until a player comes out that will play everything and I am not holding my breath for it. bye
I already have a Sony player reading correctly first two layers, wich is fine for me as most of the films I'm interested in are two layer discs. The problem comes with two particular films I'm interested in, but covering all three layers. I then use DVDFab to convert the contents to a two layer disc, and then I burn it using IMGBURN. My Sony player plays them fine, but when entering the proper film, there is no image, just sound. It happens with both films. What am I doing wrong? It's getting very frustrating as discs are very expensive to be wasting them.
I have over 60 terabytes of movie data (the entire deleted catalog) burned to 100GB and 128GB BDXL discs. I have found that the best way to play these movies on my TV is by plugging in an external blu-ray drive (I am using Pioneer BDR-XS07 drive) to a Nvidia Shield TV Pro using a Y-cable (needs both USB ports to properly power the external drive) and hooking the Shield TV Pro to my TV via HDMI.
To access the content of the discs, you will need an application called 'MLUSB Mounter' as well as the 'UDF/ISO Mount' extension (costs like $2.50) for it. There are many media players for Android that you can use, but I personally use MX Player/MX Player Pro, and VLC.
Technically this method should work with any modern Android box with USB-A ports but I can personally vouch for the Nvidia Shield TV Pro. I also have a Samsung tablet with MLUSB installed that I use to read files on burned discs and playback my 35,000+ movie collection.
Last edited by Baldrick; 13th Dec 2021 at 12:23. Reason: Link deleted
So after months and months and countless hours trying to get this to work I can say only the sony will take 60gb disc only. this myth about a burn process with an external usb drive and it will play on any machine is an urban legend false doesn't work. I would say we will never see a 4k player that will play any type of burnt BDXL disc.
I have given up moved on. have blank disc and an external usb case with burner for sale pm me if interested.
Understandable, I got the right burner, enclosure, spent a lot of money on discs and got the Panasonic player. All in an attempt to burn a 52gb 4k file so it would play as a disc. I tried it all as well but every burned disc either didn't play at all or if it did, stuttered like crazy.
I gave up months ago. Bought a small external ssd and the files play flawlessly via the Panasonic's USB port. It's not the same but much less hassle.
The disc era is gone, I myself burned a lot of BD-R and BD-R DL back in the day from HD Blu-ray titles just to find myself backing them up back to HDD, Now I got tons of 1:1 copies on BD-R's and BD-R DL's and have no use for them, They will eventually get dumped in the trash one day when I decide to let go off of them.
For what it's worth, although the Blu-ray Disc Association released the initial spec for UHD Blu-ray on pressed discs in 2015, it has not yet amended the UHD Blu-ray spec to cover UHD Blu-ray on burned media.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
Which is why I mentioned it back in post #326 months ago.
Last edited by usually_quiet; 25th Jan 2022 at 20:28.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329
I can't provide you with instructions for burning BDXL (I burn them via ImgBurn), but what I can tell you for sure is that both 3-layer and 4-layer BDXL discs can be read (and this is stated in its data sheet and instructions for use) Panasonic DP-UB 9000 (Limited Edition Japan) https://panasonic.jp/bdplayer/products/ub9000.html
Before purchasing this player, I had a Panasonic DP-UB 900, I bought it in the UK. This player read all without exception recorded by me BDXL on three layers. I have not tried to play four-layer discs on it.
This is what I can say from my own experience.
Curious why the 4k UHD disc iso write to bdxl doesn't work on 4k player? Is that due to the 4k UHD disc format different to BDXL, or the encryption?
Otherwise, the explanation is here: https://forum.videohelp.com/threads/388243-BluRay-Player-with-BDXL-Support/page11#post2634730Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord, Snoopy329