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EricLNZ wrote on 12/22/2018, 4:54 PM

Mp4 files are not part of the Blu-ray Specs so normally would be recompressed (re-rendered) by DVDA. Seems unusual to get the "not required type" message which presumably means DVDA isn't able to recompress your file?

Paula-Green wrote on 12/22/2018, 5:08 PM

What should I rerender the video as in VEGAS?

Former users wrote on 12/22/2018, 7:18 PM

You should use one of the Bluray templates.

Paula-Green wrote on 12/22/2018, 7:50 PM

Ok. Can I assume this will mean DVDA won't need to recompress the resulting file (so it won't be encoded a second time)?

Chief24 wrote on 12/22/2018, 7:59 PM

Here are some great tutorials by Derek Moran of Movie Studio Zen (a.k.a. Dr. Zen).

https://www.moviestudiozen.com/free-tutorials/dvd-architect-studio-50

I would recommend watching them, and even if you are not using either Vegas Pro or Vegas Movie Studio, the file types would remain the same for "the Standard of Blu-ray". And if you do not like those videos, then in the "Tutorials Section" above, you can find some by Steve Grisetti.

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