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Video export problems for Blu Ray

New Here ,
Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021

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Good morning. I use Premiere Elements Version 2019. After months of work to edit a video; at the time of export I realized with great disappointment that export with Blu ray burning is no longer available.Using the Export-Share function and choosing Personal - Advanced settings, changing the parameters from time to time, I saved a dozen versions of the movie in the PC, obtaining, as regards the video, a bad result especially for the moving clips that appear with a kind of ripple as if water was flowing on the clip. The audio, on the other hand, is perfect. The only fairly good export in which the listed defects are present, but reduced to a minimum is the following: H264 Blu ray format; 1920 x 1080 (1.0); 25 fps; Superior; VBR 2 steps; Destination 32.00 Mbps; Max 35 Mbps; PCM 48 kHz, Stereo. Selected: Render at maximum depth. After exporting, I find myself in the 4 files destination folder: 1 .m4v file - containing the video1 .m4v.xmp file (5 KB)1 .xmpses file (6 KB)1 .Wav file - containing the audio The structure is not that typical of Blu ray disc with BDMV folders (and subfolders) and CERTIFICATE.I ask what can I do with the 4 files obtained? My ultimate goal would be to create a Blu ray discThanks to those who will give me some suggestions.

 

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Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021

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You need to find and buy a blu ray authoring program

 

I don't do blu ray so I can't suggest a program OR the file format to give to the authoring program

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Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021

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Elements does not do BD any more.

TMPGEnc Authoring Works 6 - The Ultimate DVD / Blu-ray / AVCHD Authoring Tool - Pegasys Inc.

is a good alternative to author to bluray.

You need all those 4 files and keep them together. Although you only import the video file. Rest is done under the hood.

Tmpg wont re encode these files.

BTW you dont need Max Depth on export.

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Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021

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I've been working with elements 2021 for 2 weeks after yrs of inactivity. Attempting to export/burn to DVD-video disc, old burner not even recognized. Found Adobe list of compatible DVD and Blu-ray burners, but can't find any of those models for sale! Adobe elements doesn't do DVD discs anymore either? Tried your link and found TMPGEnc...6 claims to accept ISO image files. Any experience with it? I bought and used Nero Platinum (7?) to author my discs, but Nero .ngr image file did not preserve menu as composed with Nero. Crude but at least it worked. Nero would not accept the ISO file, had to compose new menu after importing from Elements .avi file and resetting about 30 chapter points.

-Dave

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Feb 19, 2021 Feb 19, 2021

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Set your DVD output to an ISO file on your hard drive and then use something like the FREE https://www.imgburn.com/ to write the ISO to disc (send the author a PayPal donation if you like his program - DO be sure to uncheck anything you don't want from the download site) You may also use Imgburn for general backup of files or folders to disc

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Feb 20, 2021 Feb 20, 2021

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On windows you still can make a dvd (mac is no longer)

For TMPG you dont need iso's to make BD.

The 4 files that Elements makes will do just fine.

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Feb 22, 2021 Feb 22, 2021

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Inspired by Ann Bens Feb. 20 reply, I tried to get Elements to write DVD files to HD w/o success. Then thought of .iso image file. Believe I right clicked on .iso file and chose to open in Windows Explorer. Virtual "DVD drive E:" appeared with 2 folders (Open DVD and DVD TS, something like that, not on big laptop now). Highlighted (selected) both folders and copied to the real DVD drive. Clicked on "Management" at top of WE window and then clicked "Finish Burn". Voila! Vaguely remember I can burn CD/DVD discs with WE, but certainly not converting an image file to DVD-video files. Thanks so much!

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