I'm a little confused but maybe this explanation can help. If you have the Toast Blu-Ray plug in there is a setting in the Toast Video window for a High-Definition DVD. This creates a Blu-ray format video that is burned to standard or dual-layer DVD media. It requires a Blu-ray player. With the plug-in you have the option for either MPEG 2 or MPEG-4; either of which will retain your 1920x1080 resolution. Toast, however, will always re-encode the video to whichever of those you choose. As for menu, you can choose a menu style and then mark the auto-play disc at start so that it begins playing when the disc is inserted rather than go to the menu. At the end of the video playback the menu appears unless you checked the box next to play all items continuously.