anystream to blueray

Discussion in 'Third Party Products' started by Jimmy keffer, Jun 30, 2021.

  1. Jimmy keffer

    Jimmy keffer Member

    i'm a long time anydvd user
    i got anystream last week i have 2 mp4 that i want to make blueray discs of
    these movie are not sold on discs or i would buy them
    so what tools both free and paid do you like for anystream to blueray?
    thanks jimmy
     
  2. DannyBoi

    DannyBoi Well-Known Member

    thats a good idea for redfox devs for there next project make a bluray/uhd bluray burning tool now that would be great anyone else think so?
     
  3. Jimmy keffer

    Jimmy keffer Member

    i would buy it
     
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  4. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    No, burning DVDs and Blurays discs are going the way of VHS. Streaming video is here to stay, now let me explain, right now it may be still good for some, maybe a lot but it is definitely fewer people burning than 6 years ago. You can tell, by looking at computer cases, all of them used to have 3 or 4, 5.25" slots for CDs or DVDs players, now most of them do not even have one. Sure if you look you may find one, most people just use a USB enclosure for the DVD drive. If a company is going to spend money on development, it certainly wouldn't be smart to spent money on something that technology has started to phase out. Besides, there are free programs that were written years ago, that are still viable for most everyone burning needs. When you write a new piece of software it has to forward-looking, not looking in the rearview mirror.
     
  5. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Its cheaper right now to buy a low-priced USB drive and store them like that or just buy a large-good mechanical drive for storage. due to the limits of most DVD players' capabilities, the original MP4 files can't be played directly on regular home DVD players. ...
     
  6. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I have moved this thread to general chat.
     
  7. Jimmy keffer

    Jimmy keffer Member

    i under stand your point i just lookiing for help you guys are good at support i bought 3 yesterday to do thios
    2 of fail the 3rd degraded audio badly so i came here for help before buying anymore stuff
    jimmy
     
  8. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    You are correct DVDs and CDs degrade over time unless you have top quality, which is not even made anymore.
     
  9. Jimmy keffer

    Jimmy keffer Member

    i ment 2 of the programs i boughtt to make mp4 to bluerays fail tge 3rd defraded the auduo not discs
     
  10. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    Okay, thank you for your input.:thankyou:
     
  11. cartman0208

    cartman0208 Well-Known Member

    there is one freeware that I know of, and although it's in beta for like 12 years, it does, what it is supposed to to... create Blurays from video files (and other Blurays).
    But I'm not sure if I may advertise it, since it's kind of a competitor to one of the redfox products.
     
  12. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I am sure RedFox devs have thought of this many many years ago, and if they thought it was necessary, it would have been done. .mp4 containers have been around for a decade or more, you want your software to move forward not backwards.
     
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  13. cartman0208

    cartman0208 Well-Known Member

    Well ok ... take a look at BD Rebuilder https://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?t=143716
    Be warned, it's no One-Click-Installation ... but once installed and configured, it creates a Bluray Structure from your video files, which you can burn to disc and play with any Bluray-Player
     
  14. vikingár

    vikingár Active Member

    I have not tested it yet, but afaik tsMuxeR is able to create a Blu-Ray disk structure (or even ISO) and /or AVCHD.
    I use tsMuxeR only for remuxing videos with different audio tracks and play them via USB drives - never burnded a Blu-ray.

    Edit: The ISO can be burned on Blu-ray with ImgBurn. Alas, it will be no longer developed.
    And take care: the setup installs adware with OpenCandy. You can avoid this by starting the setup with the /NOCANDY parameter.

    i.e. > SetupImgBurn_2.5.8.0 /NOCANDY
     
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  15. Pegasus

    Pegasus Well-Known Member

    Google is your friend - Here's the first result from a quick search

    https://www.howtogeek.com/310705/how-to-burn-any-video-file-to-a-playable-blu-ray-disc/#:~:text=Open up ImgBurn and click,your ISO to the disc.

    However, personally I don't like discs anymore.
    I have a ton of BluRays and DVD's which I'm currently converting to mp4 for a Plex server (using Clone BD) and a lot of the original discs I bought a few years ago already have read errors.

    If you look to store your movies, buy an external HD. Unfortunately large HDD's are pretty expensive right now (Thanks Crypto :banghead:)
    If you just want to play the file without a computer, you could put the movie file on a USB stick and play it direct from the stick on your smart TV.
    If you don't have a smart TV, you should get one - they are pretty cheap :D

    To sum it up - physical discs wouldn't be my first choice nowadays. They break or deteriorate way too fast for the money you spend on the media.
     
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  16. whatever_gong82

    whatever_gong82 Well-Known Member

    VSO software has apps that can convert media files into a DVD or Blu-ray disc. The software is trial ware, so you can try it before you have to buy it.

    :)
     
  17. RedFox 1

    RedFox 1 Super Moderator

    I am not 100% positive but can’t CloneBD do that also?


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  18. Lowpro

    Lowpro Well-Known Member

    Hello, Jimmy. This is precisely what I use AnyStream for. The only streams I download with AnyStream are titles that aren't already available on Blu-ray. Once downloading a given stream I always author to Blu-ray. Once generating the Blu-ray folder structure I burn to BD-R. The only paid software involved in my process is AnyStream. That being said, I'd be happy to outline my process for you and the tools involved. If I'm going to take the time to do that though I'd rather cut out the noise and create my own thread for it. I'll work something up over the next couple days creating the thread in the "High Definition Software" forum section. In the interim feel free to send me a private message to discuss if you like.
     
    Last edited: Jul 1, 2021
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  19. Jimmy keffer

    Jimmy keffer Member

    i need a program to encode mp4 with e-ac3 audio to blueray so they play in a player wirh at least 5.1 sound
    if players can't play e-ac3 audio keeping full 1920 x 1080
    both free and paid programs are welcome i just want sothing that worka
    thanks jimmy
     
  20. Ch3vr0n

    Ch3vr0n Translator NL

    VSO ConvertXtoHD is a good one. Full fledged menu builder in it too.

    Sent from my Pixel 3 XL using Tapatalk
     
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