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Naming an AVCHD archive disc?


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I was able to complete an archive of AVCHD footage from an SD card, but I was unable to figure out how/where to type in my desired volume name for the disc. Now, when the disc mounts, the name that appears is "AVCHD" and inside are the "BDMV" and "CERTIFICATE" folders. The problem is, when I launch "Log and Transfer" in Final Cut Pro, the Volume Name is displayed as "AVCHD," which isn't going to work. If I archive footage from Christmas, I want to be able to name the archive disc "Christmas 2009," so that when I import into FCP, the volume name shows up as "Christmas 2009" instead of "AVCHD."

 

Anyone have any idea how this can be done, how I can name my AVCHD archive disc before I burn it in toast?

 

Thanks to any and all for help!!

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In the Video tab, select the Blu-ray Video option. In the bottom-left of the window is an Options section with a "More" button. This pops up a new window with three tabs: Disc | Menus | Encoding. The Disc tab has a field for naming the disc.

The information you have provided applies to Blu-ray Video...I am trying to name an AVCHD Archive disc, the last project option available in the "Video" tab. For this video project (AVCHD Archive), I cannot, for the life of me, figure out how to name the AVCHD disc!

 

Does ANYONE KNOW?!?!?!

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