I have the solution to the "Pes packet" error as posted by Samurai70. Yesterday I installed my new Blu-Ray burner and attempted to burn my first BD-R. I got the same error.Tonight I figured out what the problem was. My version of AnyDVD was only registered for DVD �� not Blu-Ray. Tonight I bit the bullet and paid for the full version, and at this moment the Blu-ray disk has passed the "Extracting A/V streams" section and is re-encoding the disk image.In addition to the BD-rebuilder error, I also found that AnyDVD wouldn��t rip the disk, either. It kept saying "Disk is not Ready". When I opened the console and clicked on the Blu-Ray section, everything was greyed out.I��m betting Samurai70 is making the same mistake I did �� assuming that since you have the HD version of AnyDVD installed (which is the only option since they merged both DVD and HD executables together), you now have the ability to decode anything. Not true. You must still have a key that enables the HD options. avi to ipod
Video Converter allows you to convert video files between various formats including DVD, VCD, SVCD, MOV, RM, AVI, MPEG, WMV, 3GP etc. A big advantage is that the encoders are built-in so you don't have to search to download and install codecs and encoders for all the above formats. In this guide we are gonna see the steps that are required to convert a video file (like DivX/XviD/WMV/RM/MPEG) to a DVD MPEG2 ready to author and burn.