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Burning To Hd Dvd


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Do you have Easy Media Creator 10 or Creator 2010 - there is a big difference between those two and we need to know which you have

 

I have Roxio Creator 2010 Pro

 

P.S.

 

And I'm using Windows 7, 64 bit.

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Aha! Thankyou Oh Wise One!!! All is revealed.

:rolleyes:

 

:blink: Ah! So it would seem in theory. I am in the UK (PAL region).. does that make a difference. It recorded and played OK when I did it in standard def but not in hi def.

 

Any thoughts, please?

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:blink: Ah! So it would seem in theory. I am in the UK (PAL region).. does that make a difference. It recorded and played OK when I did it in standard def but not in hi def.

 

Any thoughts, please?

<_<

 

To play an AVCHD disc, you must play it on a blu-ray player that is capable of playing that type of disc. Do you have a blu-ray player? Which one?

 

You cannot play it on a stand along standard DVD player.

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Ah Ha! Once again all is revealed! I have a standard DVD player, although it does play your run of the mill Hi Def DVD.

 

So, I am assuming that if I want Hi Def (The pictures and video clips are hi Def) then I have to use alternative software?

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Ah Ha! Once again all is revealed! I have a standard DVD player, although it does play your run of the mill Hi Def DVD.

 

So, I am assuming that if I want Hi Def (The pictures and video clips are hi Def) then I have to use alternative software?

 

I don't know of any software that goes outside the international standards set for high definition video (Blu-ray and AVCHD). If you find one let us know! :blink:

 

As stated above, you can play a AVCHD disc on your computer if it has the right program. You can always try connecting the computer to your high def TV or a bigger monitor.

 

Some blu-ray players that will play AVCHD discs are now a lot cheaper than even in the last couple of months. You may want do look at those if you want the High Definition playback. The following is NOT a recommendation; it is just an example for price (reburbised Sony)

 

Apparently not all was revealed ! There is more; just ask.

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