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Disk space. The 3d content takes more space so there is generally not enough room for special features. The 2d special features are only on the 2d disk. They take up the room that the second eye takes on the 3d disk. They could make a special features only disk, but this is generally more expensive since it requires another master and another production ...


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I regularly use Sony DVD Architect for building complex DVD (as well as simple, it's quite intuitive) like commercials ones. DVD Architect is compatible with Blu-Ray, but doesn't include advanced features like BD live and other. From the same editor with a similar ergonomy, you can use DoStudio. There are two editions: DoStudio Ex: expensive but complete, ...


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M2TS as a format / container is not able to store chapter information itself. On Blu-Ray disks, the chapter data is stored in the playlist files. Therefore you won't see chapters when you just load an M2TS file in a player. I am actually a total newbie to this, so I have no clue whether tsMuxeR creates appropriate playlist files when producing the ISO file. ...


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It really depends on the methods of upscaling in both cases, but your TV upscales "on the fly" for each moment, which is meant to be fast while compromising on quality. One would imagine a studio releasing a 4k version took their time processing and rendering that 4k upscale to their liking and only then release it.


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Whatever else you may be facing, one big obstacle is the DVD players themselves. They're not designed to output 1080p. Even if you could get the image onto them in Bluray format, they couldn't output it. (If they're really Bluray players, then you don't need any hacks, just a dupe of the image.) If the content is something they want to see, people will be ...


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No it is not possible to create a hybrid DVD/Blu-Ray disk in the manner which you describe. The reason for this is that in addition to the digital formats between the two being different the physical media is different too. You would require a multi-layer or multi-sided disk such as the one you linked to and different digital data on each side. DVD ...


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The only thing I can think of is that the audio channel may not be getting set on the timeline for some reason. I would verify what audio track is associated by default with the timeline as a first step and try a simple case of a disk that immediately plays the timeline with the audio set to the default audio track. If that still doesn't work, I'm out of ...


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