Hello, I am considering buying DVD Architect for a blu-ray authoring project, understanding that it's discontinued.
I would like to burn a disc with 6 episodes of a documentary series I worked on. About 30 mins each, so 180 mins total. Each episode was translated into many languages, both audio tracks and subtitles. Is there a limit on the number of audio tracks or subtitle tracks that can be included for each video file?
Bonus question, is there a way to offer a language selection menu in the blu-ray menu structure, that would allow the viewer to select their preferred audio / subtitle language once, that would be remembered across all six episodes? And I presume I can set the default languages when I author the disc?
I have looked at TMPGEnc Authoring Works 6, but they state a limit of 4 audio streams and 8 subtitle streams. We have more languages than this, so ideally DVD Architect could handle more.
Related question, I have read here on the forums a mention of buggy subtitles that stay on the screen until the next subtitle appears. Is that still the case, and does that apply to blu-ray BDMV discs?
Based on the scope of this project, if you think DVD Architect would or wouldn't be suited to handle it, I'd appreciate the advice. It looks like one can still find VEGAS Movie Studio Platinum 17 boxed on Amazon for $40, would that include the latest/best version of DVD Architect? Thanks!