normal 1080p BluRay, its only for 1-2 seconds dont know why was surprised too they are more blurays with such high peak bitrates (in the past it was common on VC1 content).
Seems like the Pi can do some amount of bitrate for a short period.
Iam not sure if the UK BluRay is identical to my BluRay but it seems so. Yeah i know the specs but the BluRay labels seems to not care about that. I saw an documentation about it were you can get the peaks to 70 Mbps that would be “ok” for 1 second or something.
Was quiet surprised about that
" Many early-ish MGM discs have very high bit rates:
Manhunter is at 37765 kbps
To Live and Die in L.A. is at 38006 kbps
One of the highest I’ve seen is Shout’s Monkey Shines, at 38500 kbps.
This one apparently has a 40000 kbps bit rate, but it can’t be played on all blu ray players because of this.
BTW, these are only video bit rates, you can look up the audio…"
seems like its a common thing.
" The specs say that max video bitrate is 40Mbps & max data transfer rate is 54Mbps…"
Thats Video 40 Mbps and Audio 14 Mbps, so i suspect they peaked it out. Because i know that the “To Live and Die in L.A.” is not playing on my bluray player (the disc is playing but at some point it comes an error).
Also find this:
"The specs changed - Profile 1.1/2.0 has a higher total rate than profile 1.0 does.
Always best to keep to profile 1.0 specs though to minimize returns "