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Cannot Archive Avchd Video To Dvd (Not Blue Ray Discs)


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I use Creator 2011 Pro and the instructions to archive AVCHD video is clear but after burning 10% the message "invalid format: Value of FrameRateCode not supported in the BD standard" appears. Is there a button to choose to burn to DVD, not Blue Ray discs? I don't own a Blue Ray system. I want to archive raw video, format the SD cards and later edit the archived video to make DVDs of my trip. I am using a Panasonic HDC-TM90 camcorder and recorded video in HA1920. :unsure:

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Archive will only do so to a blu-ray disc, DVD single layer or DVD dual layer disc Put the disc of your choice in the optical burner and select that burner from the drop down. If the files you want to put onto the disc won't fit, you can select a different type of disc. I would caution about burning one file to multiple discs.

 

 

All the AVCHD videos that you want to Archive have to be in an AVCHD (named) folder. You cannot have them in a folder with another name.

 

Thank you for your response but as I wrote, I am trying to archive to a regular DVD and it stops at 10% with the message stated above. What must I do? AS to the caution to burn to multiple discs, I will need to do so. :glare:

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Thank you for your response but as I wrote, I am trying to archive to a regular DVD and it stops at 10% with the message stated above. What must I do? AS to the caution to burn to multiple discs, I will need to do so. :glare:

 

Save yourself a lot of grief; buy a USB connected external hard drive. You can get a 1G drive for around $80.

 

I know that doesn't answer your question. I speak with the voice of experience about spanned discs.

 

What is the resolution of the file and what frame rate? It may be something that is not part of the standard and therefore would not work. I don't know why but I found some articles on the web that refer to that error code. It was a discussion about a Canon HV 20. I have that camcorder but never tried to archive with that application. Google for more.

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I use Creator 2011 Pro and the instructions to archive AVCHD video is clear but after burning 10% the message "invalid format: Value of FrameRateCode not supported in the BD standard" appears. Is there a button to choose to burn to DVD, not Blue Ray discs? I don't own a Blue Ray system. I want to archive raw video, format the SD cards and later edit the archived video to make DVDs of my trip. I am using a Panasonic HDC-TM90 camcorder and recorded video in HA1920. :unsure:

 

 

Archive will only do so to a blu-ray disc, DVD single layer or DVD dual layer disc Put the disc of your choice in the optical burner and select that burner from the drop down. If the files you want to put onto the disc won't fit, you can select a different type of disc. I would caution about burning one file to multiple discs.

 

 

All the AVCHD videos that you want to Archive have to be in an AVCHD (named) folder. You cannot have them in a folder with another name.

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