Originally Posted by GodobeHD
The Ulead response certainly isn't referring to MF5 version 000.0 which was released in April 2005 for only one week. It is understandable this person from Ulead had no knowledge of its existence since one year ago in software is like ancient history.
My version of Ulead MF5 handles the BD authoring in the identical manner as in HDDVD. It creates the BDMV folder with MENU, which can be burned either to red laser or blue laser media. The DVD will play in a BD player just like a commercial disk with menu.
Well... NOW..... your saying red OR blue laser... before you only said red laser. Are you saying that you have a blu ray burner and have produced AUTHORED blu ray disks.... cause you'd be the first.
It is understandable this person from Ulead had no knowledge of its existence since one year ago in software is like ancient history.
Come on... are you really serious about this line!? What you're talking about here is a pretty significant affair.... releasing what amounts to an illegal version.... you think a Manager s going to forget about this any time soon!!??
In fact now that I think about it... you may have things a little confused... a BDA
V disk versus an AUTHORED disk.
It's possible to create a BDA
V disk in blu ray. This was possible in MF5 as well as the present MF6. A BDAV disk will also go so far as to create a playlist (a crude kind of menu). Are you sure this is not what you are talking about? That would make sense.
But a BDAV disk it is NOT an Authored disk.
An Authored disk will produce a very refined menu (still or motion), chapters (still or motion), flags for things like disk copy protection, language selection, angle selection....etc, etc