Thanks for the replies. Some of this is over my head. I’ve always used High Quality. My machine is a Core 2 Duo and never had problems before. Do I not use “Use DirectShowSource for frame serving” in the setup? I know it takes 10-12 hours for a movie and always has. I’m sure it is using “USE_LAVF=0”. Temp on the CPU runs 43-51 Degrees while the MB is usually around 33.
I tried one of the .264 Files and it played on Windows Media Player from the Re Encoding failure I posted here originally from the 17th.
Also do I have to Run in Windows 7 as an Administrator as shown by Dobbsbelow:
Note to Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 Users: The first time (and only the first time) you run BD Rebuilder, you may have to “Run As Administrator”. This is necessary so BD-RB can make CODEC preference changes in the Windows Registry. If so I forget how I did that originally years ago.
What do you think and would you have to do this for every NEW Version of BD REBUILDER.
I am trying it again with CRF one pass , High Quality. I would appreciate your insight(both of you). If I could replace the Intel chip with a Quad Core one, I assume that would help with more speed. Being retired I can’t afford right now an I5 or I7.
In SETUP, I would use the following with the check marks:
Use DirectShowSource for frame serving
Strict AVCHD for BD-5/9 Movie only(I’m doing Movie only)
Keep only BDMV/CERTIFICATE folders
IVTC sources with 3.2 pulldown