Hello everybody! I need your help again! Let's say I really wanted to make a 1080p50 recording for modern Blu-ray Disc players, which you can play with today's devices directly from a BD-R (including menus, etc.). Would that be the right settings for it? In principle, I have taken everything from my 1080i50 settings, but disabled the TTF option and changed the AVC level to 4.1. Would that be so correct?
Is it possible tu burn such a format with Magix Video Deluxe 2019?
And which devices are suitable for this and can handle this format? Which Blu-Ray players are recommended?
Thank you in advance for your tips.
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And here are my other settings.
No disc authoring software I know of will accept 1920x1080p50 as it is not blu-ray compliant. You can expect nothing but problems. You should resize to 1280x720p50 or make it 1920x1080i25.
If you want to burn Blu-ray discs you should strictly follow the standard.
Many people here did recommend me authoring programs which shoudln't have any problems with it, especially MultiAVCHD which I would prefer.
And the latest Blu-Ray Player should also accect such disks, see here:
Or should this info be wrong? I don't really think so but it would be very helpful, if there would be a few other users to speak, who have already made experiences, since I would like to burn only 1080p50 videos on Blu-rays in the future.
Blu ray does not support 1080p50 .
You can make a AVCHD 2.0 disc on blu ray media - that supports 1080p50 playback on BD players that have the AVCHD2.0 sticker . But this has limited bitrates (<28Mbps), no BD features, no BDJ, no HD audio types
Those suggestions for multiavchd were for actual blu-ray 1080i25 . And UHD BD players , not old BD players
Many older style BD players can playback 1080p50/60 - but not authored as a blu-ray disc with menus (from USB for example, or as a data disc) .
Last edited by poisondeathray; 3rd May 2019 at 18:48.