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    It seems that the Blu-ray to DVD Converter is compressing the finished output too much. According to the internal logs for the 2 tries I have done and below is the internal log for the second conversion. A 22.6GB Blu-ray was compressed to a 4.05GB DVD but shouldn't it be a 4.36GB size. Also a 44.4GB Blu-ray was compressed to a 3.15GB DVD.

    Now I know the Blu-ray files I used was Full Disc but would think it would not compress the Blu-ray Main Title that much



    DVDFab 8.0.3.5 (2010/11/08 21:16:52)

    0m 02.40s: option dvd2dvd 1 dvd2mobile 1 bluray2bluray 1 bd2mobile 1 file2mobile 1 filemover 1
    0m 18.84s: detected dvd
    0m 18.87s: drive E
    0m 18.87s: dvd type 0
    0m 18.87s: volume label
    0m 57.43s: detected blu-ray
    0m 57.43s: drive G
    0m 57.43s: blu-ray type 1
    0m 57.43s: volume label THE FINAL DAYS OF PLANET EARTH
    0m 57.65s: root 02B57C49 THE FINAL DAYS OF PLANET EARTH:THE FINAL DAYS OF PLANET EARTH_#8810:THE FINAL DAYS OF PLANET EARTH:THE FINAL DAYS OF PLANET EARTH_#8810
    0m 57.85s: aacs 1 bd+ 0
    0m 58.10s: got discinfo
    0m 58.17s: got bdmv
    0m 58.17s: got agid 0
    0m 58.20s: sent host cert chal
    0m 58.20s: got drive cert chal
    0m 58.23s: got drive key
    0m 58.75s: got host key signature
    0m 58.75s: verified drive signature
    0m 58.75s: verified host signature
    0m 58.79s: sent host signature and key point
    0m 58.79s: got bus key
    0m 58.79s: got volume id
    0m 58.79s: got volume id mac
    0m 58.81s: volume id is correct
    0m 58.81s: got vid
    0m 58.87s: blu-ray 055B1164259742A3811D8006EEE026ECBCFB2882
    0m 59.46s: D 7B48360D
    0m 59.46s: got vuk
    0m 59.48s: got unit key 1
    1m 00.26s: got extended bdinfo
    2m 01.15s: Blu-ray Copy: Full Disc
    2m 01.17s: Source: G:\BDMV\
    2m 01.17s: SourceSize: 23211 MB
    2m 01.17s: RemoveHDAudio: 0
    2m 01.18s: OutputTarget: BD50
    2m 01.18s: OutputVideo: 1080p/i
    125m 10.90s: detected dvd
    125m 10.93s: drive H
    125m 10.95s: dvd type 0
    125m 10.95s: volume label
    125m 46.78s: got bdmv
    125m 47.29s: got extended bdinfo
    128m 26.90s:

    ------ begin mobile work(1/1) ------


    129m 13.75s: create config(5)
    129m 13.76s: convert profile(dvd.vob)
    129m 13.76s: blu-ray playlist(3) angle(0) chapter(1->30)
    129m 13.76s: stream(4113,MPEG-2,1) stream(4354,DTS,1)
    129m 13.81s: processing source(00004.m2ts)
    301m 07.25s:


    ------ finish mobile work ------
    Last edited by AGJ; 11-09-2010, 11:04 AM.

  • #2
    Yeap, devs are working on this.

    Thanks,
    Potti

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    • #3
      http://forum.dvdfab.com/showthread.php?t=9293

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      • #4
        Yeah AGJ, I had the same experience.
        I tried it twice and both times I had DVD9 output selected...did it twice just to be certain it wasn't me.

        My first clue was Img's warning that I didn't need a DL disc. Sure enough,
        LUK! was right on...it was "over-compressed".

        Looks like it's not just us and it should be fixed with the next release.
        Thanks for the link, Gruñón...
        If it ain't broke, don't fix it!

        You know how to whistle, don't you, Steve? You just put your lips together and... blow. | Lauren Bacall | "To Have and Have Not" (1944).

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        • #5
          My thread was posted 40 minutes before that members thread

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