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Post #1338717

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alexp120
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Amadeus - Theatrical Cut Restoration 1080p (V2) (Released)
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Date created
28-Apr-2020, 1:42 PM
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28-Apr-2020, 1:42 PM
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alexp120
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alimento said:

Thanks again to stretch009 and everyone else who has kept this project alive.

I am wondering if anyone can help me with burning the Theatrical Cut Restoration to disc. It’s my understanding that this should be possible with a BD25 disc, but when I input the MKV in tsMuxer, it produces an ISO file that ImgBurn says is too large to fit on a BD25 disc.

I would like to include the subtitles provided so generously by ak47wong, but even if I don’t include them, tsMuxer produces an ISO file too large for burning.

I assume I am missing something simple, but as a beginner in this process I’m not sure what it would be. I have tried using the tsMuxer setting “Do not change SEI and VUI data”, but that does not seem to affect the resulting ISO file size.

You have two options:

  1. Get a BD50 blank disc to burn the ISO file on.
  2. Use the free software Handbrake to decrease the file size of the video stream, itself–demux the audio/subtitle tracks, first. Then, go back to TSMuxer and load-in the new video stream and the audio/subtitle tracks, making sure you uncheck the video stream of the original file. If the ISO file is still too big for the BD25 blank disc, then go back to Handbrake and make a smaller file size of the video stream. In other words, play with the file size of the video stream and see if the picture quality works best for you before making the ISO file.