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kckuba
2011-10-20, 06:55 PM
Hello - from The Trader's Den FAQ on posting HD video as excerpted below, that to post a high def audience Blu-ray it needs to be authored and ready to burn a Blu-ray disc. Does anybody know if Sony Vegas Pro 11 can do that? All I can find in Vegas is how to create a Blu-ray .iso file which are not allowed to be posted. Any suggestions?

Many thanks!

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High Definition Video BitTorrent Seeding Policy

Permitted file formats.
* Blu-ray (BR) must be fully authored with menu(s) and chapter marks, and ready to burn Blu-ray video.
o It must have a properly named Blu-ray files and folders structure – see: http://www.videohelp.com/hd
o Not permitted is rough not authored .m2ts file due it larger size than the transport stream (.ts) format.
* High definition audience video has to be in form of authored and ready to burn Blu-ray (BR) video only.

schmoe75
2011-10-20, 07:31 PM
http://www.poweriso.com/download.htm

kckuba
2011-10-20, 08:18 PM
so is the workflow process to create a Blu-ray ISO and then use PowerISO to extract the files into the appropriate file structure for posting?

Ghostwheel
2011-10-20, 11:54 PM
vegas 11 can author to bluray? just asking because past versions of vegas just create files and you need sony dvd architect to actually author to a bluray .iso

jabulon
2011-10-21, 04:16 AM
The Sony Vegas Pro 11 collection combines the power of Vegas Pro with the elegance of DVD Architec Pro 5.2, and Dolby® Digital Professional Encoder.

kckuba
2011-10-21, 09:20 AM
right - i should have been more explicit. i am actually using Vegas Movie Studio HD Platinum 11 (it was on sale at fry's recently) which comes with DVD Architect Studio. so i am importing the video camera .mts files into Vegas Movie Studio, adding markers/chapters, then pushing it to DVD Architect Studio, adding the menu and scene selection, and then burning to an .iso or physical Blu-ray disc.

Is the next step to use PowerISO to extract the files from the .iso into the appropriate file structure for posting?

Ghostwheel
2011-10-21, 09:28 AM
Is the next step to use PowerISO to extract the files from the .iso into the appropriate file structure for posting?

yes.

saltman
2011-10-21, 11:58 AM
Is the next step to use PowerISO to extract the files from the .iso into the appropriate file structure for posting?

yes.x2. You've got it.

.iso files can contain any type of files and has a few other issues relative to torrents. This is our way of making sure that we get blurays and that people don't have to download 25GB of something wrong that could have been caught.