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ZeppHead72
2010-11-22, 06:51 PM
Can anyone guide me on how to burn these blu-ray files in Nero 10? I have the burner but I have no idea what to do to get these on a BD-R.

direwolf-pgh
2010-11-22, 08:32 PM
burn the BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders to the root of a blank BD-R ensuring that you specify UDF file system 2.5 or above

direwolf-pgh
2010-11-22, 08:40 PM
..and more FYI

Blu-ray Disc Folder and File Structure


Blu-ray Disc
BDMV
The BDMV directory contains the PLAYLIST, CLIPINF, STREAM, AUXDATA and BACKUP directories.
PLAYLIST
The PLAYLIST directory contains the Database files for Movie PlayLists.
CLIPINF
The CLIPINF directory contains the Database files for Clips.
STREAM
The STREAM directory contains AV stream files.
AUXDATA
The AUXDATA directory contains Sound data files and Font files.
BACKUP
The BACKUP directory contains copies of the "index.bdmv” file, the “MovieObject.bdmv” file, all the files in the PLAYLIST directory and all files in the CLIPINF directory.

index.bdmv
The “index.bdmv” file stores information describing the contents of the BDMV directory. There is only one index.bdmv file under the BDMV directory and its filename is fixed to “index.bdmv”.
MovieObject.bdmv
The “MovieObject.bdmv” file stores information for one or more Movie Objects. There is only one MovieObject.bdmv under the BDMV directory and its filename is fixed to “ MovieObject.bdmv “.
xxxxx.mpls
The “xxxxx.mpls” files store information corresponding to Movie PlayLists. One file is created for each Movie PlayList. The filenames of these files are in the form “xxxxx.mpls”, where “xxxxx” is a 5-digit number corresponding to the Movie PlayList.
zzzzz.clpi
The “zzzzz.clpi” files store Clip information associated with a Clip AV stream file. The filenames of these files are in the form “zzzzz.clpi”, where “zzzzz” is a 5-digit number corresponding to the Clip.
zzzzz.m2ts
The “zzzzz.m2ts” files contains a BDAV MPEG-2 transport stream. The names of these files are in the form “zzzzz.m2ts”, where “zzzzz” is a 5-digit number corresponding to the Clip. The same 5-digit number “zzzzz” is used for an AV stream file and its associated Clip information file.
sound.bdmv
The “sound.bdmv” file stores data relating to one or more sounds associated with HDMV Interactive Graphic streams applications. This file may or may not exist under the AUXDATA directory. If it exists, there shall be only one sound.bdmv file and its filename is fixed to “sound.bdmv “.
aaaaa.otf
The “aaaaa.otf” file stores the font information associated with Text subtitle applications. The names of these files are in the form “aaaaa.otf”, where “aaaaa” is a 5-digit number corresponding to the Font.

ZeppHead72
2010-11-22, 09:51 PM
Can anyone explain how to "burn the BDMV and CERTIFICATE folders to the root of a blank BD-R" in nero 10?

Unidecker
2010-11-22, 09:58 PM
ev brah

ZeppHead72
2010-11-22, 10:22 PM
ev brah

Translation?:hmm:

direwolf-pgh
2010-11-23, 09:41 AM
Translation?:hmm:
download bluray torrent > copy unaltered folders to burn software> check UDF setting > burn

AAR.oner
2010-11-23, 11:06 AM
google is a pretty cool little tool ;)

http://wesleytech.com/burn-blu-rays-a-how-to-guide-for-burning-bd-r-discs/713/

ZeppHead72
2010-11-23, 12:24 PM
Thanks for the helpful tips. If anyone has any experience burning blu-ray on nero 10, please let me know.

AAR.oner
2010-11-23, 01:08 PM
i'm guessing they cover that in their tutorials
http://www.nero.com/enu/support-nero10-tutorials.html

PhishPhucked
2010-11-23, 02:12 PM
Thanks for the helpful tips. If anyone has any experience burning blu-ray on nero 10, please let me know.I do. hope this helps, brah.

ZeppHead72
2010-11-23, 06:48 PM
Not really, but thanks for trying.

saltman
2010-12-03, 08:35 AM
click data>burn bluray disc>burn

It's exactly like burning a dvd, or a cd. You just need a bluray burner, and blank blurays.