- February 20, 2020 at 9:21 pm
I really don’t understand why there aren’t a myriad of blu ray authoring programs out there, pretty much like there is for DVDs. I used to use Encore, but Adobe discontinued that. I’ve tried Roxio’s Titanium Toast, but that’s not working so well. I’d like to use Vegas DVD Architect but that’s just for PCs and I’m a Mac user.
What do people use commercially to make blu rays? I go to the store, and there are thousands of blu ray discs, so there has to be a program.
- February 20, 2020 at 10:23 pm
LOL, I feel sorry for you, but ASFAIK there is not any serious tool in the world for Mac.
Probably the platform was dead for serious authoring when Apple dicontinued DVD Studio Pro and when they decided to not support Blu-ray.
Apples attitudes have a negative impact somtetimes!
- April 18, 2020 at 3:09 pm
Ron, I’ve only just seen your post of February. I still make a lot of BDs for HD videos and find that my edition of Titanium Toast (Version 11 I think) does a great job. I need to attach an external BD burner (Lacie). The later editions of Toast say that you have to have an extra ‘add on’ to burn BDs, so I kept my old version!
- March 25, 2021 at 9:37 pm
I’d suspect the market is really small these days for physical media. I like it, but most folks just stream and/or buy downloadable content.
Y’all take care,
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