Encoding .m4v results in an .mp4..?

Community Beginner ,
Aug 02, 2018 Aug 02, 2018

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I am trying to prep my blu ray using Blu-Disc, but first I need the right type of movie file.

Blu-Disc supported file types are MPEG-2, H.264 and VC-1.

The format I use is H.264 Blu-ray, 1080p, 23.976.

The result is an .mp4 and a .wav but the .mp4 cannot be loaded into Blu-Disc.

I don't understand, howcome when I render an H.264 Blu-Ray, I get a file type that Blu-Disc doesn't recognize? Encore even states that the file type will be a .m4v.

Render setting:

encore render output.PNG

Result:

result after render.PNG

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Adobe Community Professional , Aug 10, 2018 Aug 10, 2018
Can you try exporting as a MPEG2 Blu-Ray instead of an H264 one?

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Aug 08, 2018 Aug 08, 2018

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MP4 is just a muxed M4V and M4A in a single container. I haven't made a Blu-ray before, but can you just change the extension of your MP4 to M4V?

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Aug 10, 2018 Aug 10, 2018

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The Extension is set to M4V, check out the first image in my post, that is the output setting and it says .m4v. Also, multiplexing is set to "none" so I'm still not sure how to get around this.

Thanks.

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Aug 10, 2018 Aug 10, 2018

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Look at the file with media info or similar and confirm that it is a single video stream.

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Aug 10, 2018 Aug 10, 2018

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I don't understand...

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Can you try exporting as a MPEG2 Blu-Ray instead of an H264 one?

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Aug 11, 2018 Aug 11, 2018

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I tried it and it worked, it created an .m2v.

I wonder how the H.264 Blu Ray setting ought to be used...

Thanks for the suggestion on MPEG2!

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