Haven’t been to the forum since 2006, but I am having a problem now transfering 8 mm video to Blue Ray. Not sure this is the right forum, but I’ll give it a try.
A service has converted some of my 8 and super 8 movie film to Blue Ray and Standard DVD using a JVC Telecine setup scanning each frame individually. The Standard DVD came out nicely, but the Blue Ray showed
what I think is pixellation, kind of a snowiness and shimmering of the picture. Of course there was nothing wrong with the source movie film. I would like to stick with this service because they are reasonably priced and do the work only out of their location. I would also like to stick with the Blue Ray discs. I have purchased an LG writer,
model WH10LS30K for Blue Ray. There were a few bad reviews of this burner, so I hope I made the right purchase. Question for me is can I point the finger at the service for this bad transfer, or is it just pushing the state of the art to expect better results? They gave me both a data disc of BDAV as MPEGTS and a BDMV Blue Ray disc as AVCHD. Both media had the problem. I will be using Verbatim BD-R 6X to copy my own edited