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.part31 in the torrent is only a partial file. The torrent contents reflect this. Aside from using a usenet group, what are my options in getting this file?

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Its Complete. Just remove the !ut and it's good.
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Can someone please send me the link to the file? Greatly appreciated.
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Can someone please send me the link to the file? Greatly appreciated.
Read the bottom of post #3 in this thread.
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Its Complete. Just remove the !ut and it's good.
Worked perfectly. Thank you!!!!

I love these demo discs. Great job all around.
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Thanks. I did follow that link, i was not opening it properly. Finally got it right.
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Can someone seed the Reference Music disc please?
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can someone seed the reference music disc please?
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I'm looking to finish the Bass disc ... I'm at 16% and haven't made much progress in the last day or two.
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I can't download the multiavchd program from the link in Post #1 . Seems that the file is gone from all the mirrors. Any help? I have having all sorts of trouble trying to make these disks. I have a bunch of single layer DVD-R that have 4.7MB capacity, can I burn just a few movie scenes on those or do I need to get the DL disks? Thanks!
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I can't download the multiavchd program from the link in Post #1 . Seems that the file is gone from all the mirrors. Any help? I have having all sorts of trouble trying to make these disks. I have a bunch of single layer DVD-R that have 4.7MB capacity, can I burn just a few movie scenes on those or do I need to get the DL disks? Thanks!
The individual segments are designed to fit into a DL DVD, so to answer your question, no the file as it was created will not fit onto a regular DVD. If you use MultiAVCHD you can re-author the disc in any way you want to fit a regular DVD.


The next best thing is probably to copy the m2ts files from the STREAM folder to a USB drive or external drive. Most players or TVs have a USB connector that would play m2ts files.

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Seems that the file is gone from all the mirrors. Any help?
http://multiavchd.deanbg.com/

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I bought the DL DVD disks, but the DVD+R version. Did I buy the wrong kind? No luck so far, as I've made a couple of coasters. I'm also having trouble with the MultiAVCHD program, it bombs out a lot at the beginning when I am trying to load files to convert. My .m2ts files have hundreds of megabytes in them so I think the torrent download went OK. Any ideas? Thanks!
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I bought the DL DVD disks, but the DVD+R version. Did I buy the wrong kind? No luck so far, as I've made a couple of coasters. I'm also having trouble with the MultiAVCHD program, it bombs out a lot at the beginning when I am trying to load files to convert. My .m2ts files have hundreds of megabytes in them so I think the torrent download went OK. Any ideas? Thanks!

As long as your burner supports the format, either -DVD or +DVD, and of course they need to be doubled layered, no difference.


have you tried playing the discs through your computer? You can use any of the software available; VCL player, TMT or Power DVD. If you are able to play the discs, there should be no reason why they shouldn't play once you burn them to disc.


There should be no need for MultiAVCHD if you are burning to DVD DL. MultiAVCHD is used only if you are trying to play the disc(s) from a USB or external drive.


Hope this helps, let us know, if you have any other questions post them.

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No, the discs won't play in my computer with either Windows Media Player or the HP DVDSmart Player.

You said...""There should be no need for MultiAVCHD if you are burning to DVD DL. MultiAVCHD is used only if you are trying to play the disc(s) from a USB or external drive.""

I only have Sony and Panasonic Blu-ray players, so I thought I had to convert to AVCHD format to play in these players? Thanks.
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No, the discs won't play in my computer with either Windows Media Player or the HP DVDSmart Player.

You said...""There should be no need for MultiAVCHD if you are burning to DVD DL. MultiAVCHD is used only if you are trying to play the disc(s) from a USB or external drive.""

I only have Sony and Panasonic Blu-ray players, so I thought I had to convert to AVCHD format to play in these players? Thanks.
I'm referring the downloaded files (as disc structure) when I say play them from your computer. I don't think windows media player will play the downloaded disc structure and I'm not familiar with HP DVDSmart player. The main factor here is a software player that is capable to play BDs and that also has the necessary codecs for audio and video.


I would download TMT, free trial, and open the BDMV folder, it should play the segment disc. Once you are sure it plays then you could go head and burn it to disc.


Although higher success has been reported by using MultiAVCHD with Panys and Sonys players there are no guaranties.


I know that the disc with the highest success on playing BD9s has been the "Best of BD Disc" demo. You might want to try that one first. That disc has already been run through MultiAVCHD so no need to do any extra steps.

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I'm referring the downloaded files (as disc structure) when I say play them from your computer. I don't think windows media player will play the downloaded disc structure and I'm not familiar with HP DVDSmart player. The main factor here is a software player that is capable to play BDs and that also has the necessary codecs for audio and video.
OK, I just downloaded the "Best of BD Disc". I don't know what you mean by "play them from your computer". I right click on any of the .m2ts file names in the Stream folder and it wants a program to open up that file with. Usually Windows Media Player or some other player.


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I would download TMT, free trial, and open the BDMV folder, it should play the segment disc. Once you are sure it plays then you could go head and burn it to disc.
I did download that, but TMT, Arcsoft Total Media Theatre, won't let me open any of the folders. When I try to open the individual .m2ts file, TMT says "unsupported file type".

Any ideas?
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I did download that, but TMT, Arcsoft Total Media Theatre, won't let me open any of the folders. When I try to open the individual .m2ts file, TMT says "unsupported file type".

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Once you open TMT use the "open>disc folder". Navigate to the folder where the BDMV folder is. Then just click "Enter". TMT will play the folder just as it was a disc. You should be able to use the menus and have a physical like experience playing it this way.


I might be mistaken but I don't think Windows media player will play the individual m2ts files correctly. Windows is missing the lossless codecs for audio.

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Once you open TMT use the "open>disc folder". Navigate to the folder where the BDMV folder is. Then just click "Enter". TMT will play the folder just as it was a disc. You should be able to use the menus and have a physical like experience playing it this way.
It's not working. When I highlight the BDMV folder, the "OK" button is grayed out. Same thing happens when I highlight the Stream folder. Maybe the torrent download wasn't successful?
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Make sure TMT preferences screen is set to play all file types (for now, anyway; you may not want to keep it that way if you keep using the program). When you double-click on an m2ts file, it should open TMT and play.

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