May 10, 2016 at 4:05PM


Blu- Ray Question

I recently finished shooting a wedding and I want to burn it to a blu-ray. At the moment I am work with dvd studio pro and it does not burn to dvds. any recommendations on any programs or other alternatives that will allow me to make a menu and scene selection?


Try out if you really need a Blu-Ray for this.
But I think most people won't notice the difference between DVD and Blu-Ray Full HD on their home 1080p TV. Because people still buy DVDs and watch them. If there would be so much of a difference between the DVD and the Blu-Ray quality there wouldn't be many films on DVD today on the market but only Blu-Rays.
For us, as filmmakers, we will notice the difference in quality. But we also look for it. We are trained for it and we work with different resolutions and qulities every day. We can judge the difference of a HD and a 4K image. Most "ordinary" people cannot. So also consider that.

May 11, 2016 at 8:00AM

Eric Halbherr
Director, DP, Editor, Creative Storyteller

Adobe Encore allows you to create Blu-rays. Create an ISO and then use your favorite burning software to burn the disks. It is just as easy as burning DVDs.

I am very reluctant to put things on DVD as I simply do not find the quality good enough.

May 11, 2016 at 8:52PM

Cary Knoop

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