hi all friend, sorry about my bad english i serch the best solution for build a avchd on dvd-r type 5 or 9 from my camcorder sony hdv hc3.
i wont use tsmuxer and tsremux with my video clip hdv format m2t is not recognized
give my a best solution for create avcd dvd-r wonderfull quality from my video clip hdv .
thanks a lot
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I have the HC7 camera and use Ulead's latest version of VideoStudio to convert my HDV footage to AVCHD and burn on a DVD9 to play on Bluray players. Works very well and allows you to create dynamic menus. You can try the demo on Ulead's website but I don't know if the demo is striped down or limited (except for the limit on number of days, of course).
Correct me If I'm wrong, but won't Blu Ray support Mpeg2 Transport Streams as source files? If he's got HDV as source, then maybe the conversion to AVCHD isn't needed.
HI friends, i have make a little tutorial please see my file image STEP_CONVERSION.jpg
i have follow this procedure the step number 5 is
i am waiting your help.
Originally Posted by TuxOmatic
hi tuxomatic you use only video studio 11,5 for capture -editing - encoding - burning to avchd dvd 9 ???
give my your setting parametries for best encoding to avchd format with video studio ???
how minuts of video avchd on dvd9 for regolar video from your video hdv ???
how minuts of video avchd on dvd9 if you build a slide shop photo ???
you have tested another sw authoring as dvdmovie factory 6 plus ???
bye i am waiting your important information
leone from italy
Yes indeed you can do that straight forward just burn the MTS files (be sure you change the extension file as MPEG) using nero or whatever burner software you have (just change to UDF 2.5) and youll be able to play DVD disc with HD content on a bluray player. I have sony bdp-s1 and the files play flawlessly. If you need menus and authoring you will need DVDit pro.
Same problem here, have HDV files from my HC3E and would like to convert to AVCHD to be able to put more data on the DVD than with the native 25MBPS MPEG-2 Codec.
I tried Nero vision but it does not produce good quality AVCHD files (HD CINE/720/5MBPS or HDTV/1080/11MBPS) with some noticeabe "strobinge (probably bad handling of interlacing).
Sounds like VideoStudio might be the way to go ? Not sure if TS Remux can do that ?
Originally Posted by webvanOriginally Posted by webvanOriginally Posted by webvanOriginally Posted by webvanI hate VHS. I always did.
Hi again. Actually I don't have to upload them. You can check Racer-X's first post in this thread to get them.
Burned on a DvD, it will not play in all BD players (of course). But of all the BD players that have the "AVCHD" logo I have tested this on, all is well.My main problem with the Nero produced AVC files was the "strobing" that I suspect come from bad handing of the original interlaced HDV content.I hate VHS. I always did.
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I've made a friend through bribes :P at a certain electronics store chain who allows me to continually try my encodes on several BD players, but no I haven't done any testing with PS3. I certainly don't see why it shouldn't play it though since it accepts AVCHD, and it's the ultimate multi-media machine today.
And that's why I avoided doing tests on the PS3 to be honest. The fact that something plays on a PS3 may lead to a false sense of security about overall compatibility among BD players.
But next time I'm there I can run a test for you if you like.
PS: If anyone's interested, the LG line of stand-alone BD players have been the most impressive. They seem to play almost anything, even the wrong specs.I hate VHS. I always did.