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every time I try and burn a blu ray from Premiere Elements 11, the playback from the finished product in my bluray player is drastically choppy. 

Ive spent hours and hours trying different things and trying to find videos and pages/forums that will help but constantly let down.

The video file is in 4K and works fine when rendered down to low res files... but this is not what i want for my customer.

any ideas?

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choppy bluray output

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every time I try and burn a blu ray from Premiere Elements 11, the playback from the finished product in my bluray player is drastically choppy. 

Ive spent hours and hours trying different things and trying to find videos and pages/forums that will help but constantly let down.

The video file is in 4K and works fine when rendered down to low res files... but this is not what i want for my customer.

any ideas?

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Choppy or fluttery?

Is it more like start/stop/start or more like a constant flutter?

What happens if you play the disc on your computer using a program like VLC Media Player?

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same thing..... im getting super frustrated. 

choppy.... like the new mad max movie only ten fold.

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"choppy.... like the new mad max movie only ten fold."

I don't know what that means.

I'm trying to determine if you've got a glitchy playback or if there's a screen interlacing issue -- or if you've got a disc player that doesn't like home burned discs. Saying that you're getting frustrated doesn't help me troubleshoot that.

Are you saying the entire movie looks consistently fluttery or are you seeing irregular fits and starts?

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The whole thing is consistently choppy. 

Like it's missing frames. 

There aren't any options to change the burn settings for "blu ray" in the PE software.  

No matter what i play the disc on.... or program.   VLC, media player... etc.    Tried all....   nothing works.  

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Is there a way to change the "write" speed in PE?  Could it burning it too fast?

I even tried converting it to a lower res file and burning it that way to a blu Ray.   Still have the issue.

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It likely has nothing to do with write speed. It's more likely an interlacing issue.

I've seen it when using Premiere Elements sometimes, and it's why I now use a third-party program (DVD Architect) to output my discs.

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Can you burn blurays off of "DVD architect?

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Yes, if it is the latest version.

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