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AVCHD on BD Disc


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Can you write AVCHD format files on BD discs or is AVCHD only for DVD discs?

 

thx....

 

Well yes and no. Are you just trying to archive the AVCHD files or are you trying to make a Blu-ray disc for playing on a blu-ray player? If the latter, then there is a set of folders that are created to enable playing the discs. The format can be either mpg2 or AVCHD (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC).

 

I have never tried to determine if one is better than the other but remember that AVCHD is a relatively new format that is highly compressed. The blu-ray discs I have burned, I burned with mog2 and they are as good as what came out of the camera.

 

Can I ask why you are asking?

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Just curious as to whether anyone has done it and whether it worked. I have written lots of AVCHD DVD discs and they work well. BD media is starting to get more reasonable so I'm going to buy some 25gb BD discs...a first for me.

 

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Get the rewitable ones to play with (BD-RE).

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NOT!

 

It simply will not work:

 

Jim, I'm sure it will work if you burn to an ISO file and then burn that to a disc. I did that. I just double checked.

 

This first image probably doesn't tell you anything.

 

 

 

Perhaps this is more definitive. BTW, I have not tried to erase that disc.

 

 

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Jim, I'm sure it will work if you burn to an ISO file and then burn that to a disc. I did that. I just double checked.

You are really simply creating a BD Project and burning it.

 

If you attempt the same thing in an AVCHD project, not going to work!

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But I think I was interpreting otown's question too literally… While the AVCHD project option does not say so, it is confined to use DVD media ONLY!

 

Is there such a thing as an AVCHD Player that cannot play BD Movie projects but still read BD's???

 

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