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.m2t To Blue-ray On Dvd


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I use Adobe Premiere Elements 4.0 to produce Hi-Def .m2t video files which I can then encode and burn to Blue-Ray disks,and then play on my Play Station 3 Games machine.

 

However for smaller projects I would like to do the same process using Roxio Creator 2009 Ultimate SP 3 to produce Blue-Ray format DVD disks.

 

As soon as I import the .m2t file VideoWave wants to convert it and when I do I cannot get the result into Blue-Ray Format.

 

Can any one help ?

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That is how it works as well as the vast majority of editors…

 

You Edit in VideoWave and do a File Save – Save As. (dmsm file)

 

You close VW and open MyDVD and set it for a new AVCHD Project. Then add the dmsm file or files you have created.

 

Burn one on an RW and see if that doesn't work.

 

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IF you have already edited the video in PrE4, no need for Videowave. MyDVD is the authoring application to create the DVD and menus. As Jim points out, select the AVCHD on standard DVD project and add the .m2t file there. MyDVD will still convert to 'editable' format, but you won't lose the hidef. Customize your menu and buttons, etc., and then burn to DVD. Most of us like using DVD RW for testing first.

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IF you have already edited the video in PrE4, no need for Videowave. MyDVD is the authoring application to create the DVD and menus. As Jim points out, select the AVCHD on standard DVD project and add the .m2t file there. MyDVD will still convert to 'editable' format, but you won't lose the hidef. Customize your menu and buttons, etc., and then burn to DVD. Most of us like using DVD RW for testing first.

 

Thanks Jim_Hardin and ggrussell.

I tried the russell solution as it was simpler.

I chose the AVCHD on Standard DVD without Menus first.

This worked fine in my PS3 except the video repeated itself once finished.

I will try again using menus.

However it would not play in my LG GGW-H20L Blue-Ray Rewriter which plays normal Blue-Ray videos OK.

 

Thanks for the fast response. So far I have had no satisfaction from Roxio support on the same problem.

 

Kind Regards from Australia Colin

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Thanks Jim_Hardin and ggrussell.

I tried the russell solution as it was simpler.

I chose the AVCHD on Standard DVD without Menus first.

This worked fine in my PS3 except the video repeated itself once finished.

I will try again using menus.

However it would not play in my LG GGW-H20L Blue-Ray Rewriter which plays normal Blue-Ray videos OK.

 

Thanks for the fast response. So far I have had no satisfaction from Roxio support on the same problem.

 

Kind Regards from Australia Colin

 

Followup.

 

First ignore my problem with Blue-Ray Rewriter. It will not play normal Blue-Ray movies either at the moment.

 

Secondly. By using a Menu the Hi-Def video on my PS3 now reverts back to the menu on completion.

 

Third I also tried the Blue-Ray with menu setting and successfully produced a BD-RE Blue-Ray which works OK in the PS3.

 

Thanks again - you guys are great. Colin

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XP or Vista? – XP cannot play Blu-Ray unless you add a special driver.

 

Playback loop is working as designed:

 

No Menu = Loop

Menu = No Loop

 

Trick for Auto start but stop at end is Make a Menu project and add the movie as the Intro. – you can get cute and label it END or something like that.

 

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XP or Vista? – XP cannot play Blu-Ray unless you add a special driver.

 

Playback loop is working as designed:

 

No Menu = Loop

Menu = No Loop

 

Trick for Auto start but stop at end is Make a Menu project and add the movie as the Intro. – you can get cute and label it END or something like that.

 

I am using Windows XP Professional.

 

Normally I can play Blue-Ray disks using My LG Blue-Ray Rewriter and a patched copy of Cyberlink PowerDVD.

At present I can play the .m2ts video in the STREAM folder on the DVD Blue-Ray disk you helped me create.

 

I also installed Toshiba UDF 2.5 Drivers in my XP Pro computer.

 

Awaiting assistance from Cyberlink so that I can play Blue-Ray movies again.

 

Will try your Stop at end idea. Thanks again. Colin

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I think you need PowerDVD8 or 9 to playback Bluray. I"m surprised the LG drive didn't come with it's own UDF 2.5 drivers for XP.

 

Cineplayer 5 which is included with Creator 2009 can also playback Bluray discs that you have created. However , it does not support commercial Bluray disc playback.

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