Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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EasyBD has a clean and simple interface. You can simply add video and audio and click "Mux". To add a menu, you can use the IG Editor (included with Easy BD). It allows to import menu from PSD files or create it directly. The user interface is based on an internal BD structure. If you need to create a more complex disc you can use the "Advanced commands" page.

Screenshots: https://dvd-logic.com/easy_bd/screenshots

Features:
- HDMV commands and interactive menu (IES stream) based;
- "Import BD" feature (built-in BD Reauthor);
- User must create HDMV commands for menu operation (includes IG editor);
- User interface is simple and shows the fields of the original BD specification;


Blu-Disc Studio interface is based on a "constructor" model. You design menus as separate pages and assign navigation between them and movies. Here you can also use PSD import. It allows to use true-color images and various animations. Also has several wizards to automate some actions.

Screenshots: https://dvd-logic.com/blu_disc_studio/screenshots

Features:
- Java-based menu;
- No need to have knowledge of Java-programming to create a beautiful and powerful menu;
- "Import DoStudio project" feature;
- Built-in wizard for creating simple Blu-ray or Blu-ray Audio discs;


Please note that both solutions do not support Dolby Vision (supported in KITe UHD only https://dvd-logic.com/kite).
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Alexey Kolesnikov

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Hi! I am new to the forum, I plan to buy Blu Disc Studio, but I do not decide whether to buy the stardar or MX version, both versions have the same characteristics except for Muxing project using internal muxer.
The question can I compile my project on physical disk in stardar version, or Would the MX version be very fundamental? Someone from the forum could advise me. I appreciate your valuable time in advance

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Re: Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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To compile project in the Standard version you need to use tsMuxer or Scenarist.

tsMuxer does not produce Blu-ray specification compatible output. This means that it may not play or play incorrectly on some players. Thus, test your player with tsMuxer output before.

The price of Scenarist is significantly higher than difference between BDS Standard and BDS MX.

Thus, if you do not have Scenarist and need Blu-ray that plays on all players, we recommend you to buy MX version.
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Re: Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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Thanks for your valuable information

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Re: Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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Any guide or tutorial to properly compile Blu Ray with any guide or tutorial to properly compile Blu Ray with?

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Re: Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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restating my question, ¿any tutorial to compile with the internal muxer?

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Re: Key differences between EasyBD and Blu-Disc Studio

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There are no tutorials regarding the compilation process itself. You just need to specify the target (a small drop-down triangle on the fourth button at the left on the toolbar) and click this button (not a drop-down triangle) to start multiplexing.

But there are some general tutorials from Theo de Klerk https://blu-disc.net/downloads#guides and some video-guides https://blu-disc.net/guides
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