As I had the ISO on the NAS and and my Mac was connected through wifi, it took me close to 2.5hrs / disc. If I had the iso in the mac and run the MakeMKV process I think it would have been faster.
So u took all 45gb and converted to mkv? Or did u select some of the file? Also do u still get the HD Audio?
Yes I converted the entire 45gb in to MKVs. Basically had the entire iso selected in MakeMKV and it will spit out each clip as individual MKVs. Yes I do have hi-def audio.
If ethernet is not an option, and you have a COAX outlet near the server, you can try a MoCA adapter or a DECA adapter that will give you a solid 100mbit over coax.
Try formatting the disc. Yes, it will take forever. Take a long lunch.
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Did you really need to quote that entire post in your reply?
Got latest imgburn?
Searching for the error you got leads to this: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?/topic/18606-power-calibration-area-error/
...and from there to this: http://forum.imgburn.com/index.php?showtopic=8000
Try with other blank media.
Do you know if he's trying a BD-RE disc? if yes, it's re-writable and can be formatted. If he's using a BD-R (write-once) then formatting is not an option.
Bori, you can also try to burn at lower speed. What speed are you discs rated?
Volume 1 is almost done.
I just left my computer on and hopefully it will be done when I get home from work today.
His error message shows BD-RE.
Any luck yet, bori?
Then please DON'T format them.
That's the name of the burner under Windows, not necessarily the disc type he used
EDIT: and he stated above he used a BD-R...
Try burning at lower speed, if doesn't work either, get a decent brand (Verbatim is usually good quality).
Just wanted to say thanks for the tip. I bought a Actiontec ECB2500C and plugged it into my Sony BDP-BX510 using a CAT6 cable. It now streams seamlessly from my media server. It's literally plug and play with the FiOS router.
Keep in mine that current MoCA v1 is good for 100mbit, v2 (which is still in the works, and some say it will be available commercially, as in non-residential, only in the beginning) should be good for gigabit.
I'm surprised LastButNotLeast (Michael) has not come to remind us all -- BUY at least one BD-RE
I would have to agree, $15 well spent. Test your burn, then BURN.
Actually, I just bought more. I was surprised at how much the price has dropped over time:
They haven't arrived yet, so I can't swear for them, but, yes, it's still a strong recommendation.
No problems whatsoever on my internal LG BD-RE.
Thanks everyone for seeding and for the OP for putting these discs together. They're awesome!
Can't stand optical media myself, I rather buy HDDs...
Yeah, you need a BD-R.
Even so, you'll need DL discs unless you convert the ISOs or remove clips.
DL discs are 50GB.