Blu-Ray support

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mjt
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Blu-Ray support

Post by mjt »

Am I correct in thinking that DVD-Lab doesn't support Blu-Ray authoring?
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Vapymid
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Re: Blu-Ray support

Post by Vapymid »

That is correct.

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Re: Blu-Ray support

Post by mjt »

Thanks Vap.

It's a shame that Oscar has decided to direct his energies into other products as I still find DVD-Lab - and Editstudio for that matter - is/are streets ahead of anything else on this sector of the market.
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Re: Blu-Ray support

Post by neilwilkes »

mjt wrote:Thanks Vap.

It's a shame that Oscar has decided to direct his energies into other products as I still find DVD-Lab - and Editstudio for that matter - is/are streets ahead of anything else on this sector of the market.
Bluray is a completely different animal to DVD with the only thing they have in common being that both go on a 12cm optical disc.
DLP is indeed a superb tool though.
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