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Beatsncredible
post Jun 23 2012, 11:28 PM
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I just purchased a blu-ray burner and nero 11 platinum. i am having trouble understanding how to burn nrg movies to blu-ray. i can burn a data disc fine, but it doesnt play on my ps3. it says "no titles". is it possible, and which program of nero does it? i hate to ask, but can someone tell me step by step? Thanks in advance.
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adrianob2
post Jun 24 2012, 02:19 AM
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If you have a .NRG file, just double click on it, and Nero Burning Rom will start.
...but when you create it, was it a blu-ray ?
If not you need first to mount it (if you can) or Burn It to a correct media, then utilize Nero Video to create a Blu-ray movie.

and this requires some more help. Do you need it? If yes, let us know something more about your .NRG and your system configuration.

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post Jun 24 2012, 02:23 AM
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In burning rom, select BDMV-Video. Then select New. Using File, Open, open your nrg. Burn. Does that work?

Hey Adriano- seems we're in here at the same time.
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post Jun 24 2012, 11:55 PM
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Yes wither, What's your time ? Mine is GMT+1 (and DST) like the German time.

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post Jun 25 2012, 03:53 AM
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I'm on EST (with DST) which is 6 hours behind GMT Berlin right now.
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post Aug 13 2012, 02:44 AM
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the file wasnt originally a blu-ray. it was a copy of a dvd i own. i want to convert to blu-ray. i guess it isnt possible.
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post Aug 13 2012, 03:19 AM
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We're getting a little bit off the original subject.

Did you try what I mentioned? You said you have a .nrg file to burn to blu-ray. I'm assuming that all you want to do is burn the file to a blu-ray disc.

There's some interpretation in what you mean by "converting" to blu-ray. You can import the VTS.....vob files from the DVD-Video into Make Blu-ray and then Export them to file as AVCHD/Blu-ray, Blu-ray compatible (.m2ts). However, that doesn't gain you anything since DVD-Video has a resolution of 720x.... and the resulting .m2ts will have the same resolution. If you change the resolution to a higher value in the configuration before exporting it, you would probably not be satisfied with the results since there would probably be a lot of pixelation and other unwanted effects.

I'm just curious. How did you create the .nrg file?
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post Aug 16 2012, 09:11 AM
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if that's a copy, i think you need to try the original. find the problem



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post Aug 16 2012, 11:41 AM
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Damn "hidden" ad! Don't click the link, folks!

Back to topic. @Beatsncredible: You could convert your DVD, if you again rip it to your hard drive. But instead of using the image recorder use the option "Write to disk folder" (or something like that, translated from German version). Those files can be imported into a bluray project in Nero Video then.

But I also have to ask, why you want to convert a DVD-Video to bluray? Like wither said, the output will normally be stored in the same resolution until you want to upscale the picture. But upscaling won't really result in better picture quality.
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