I'm running on a new Windows 10 machine that's dramatically faster than my old Windows 7 box. But Roxio Creator 2010 dies on Windows 10, so I can't save video content, which was the primary motivation for the upgrade (ouch).
I've tried the freeware - AVCHDCoder, multiAVCHD and tsMuxer - and they have all failed me on DVD-RW media I can do over, so I don't trust them to create a BluRay. I'm not done trying, but I want to explore paid options.
I have two program sources - a Tivo with MPEG-2 and MPEG-4/H.264 content and an HDMI recorder that writes to MPEG-4/H.264. I use VideoReDo to trim out commercials and promos and the tail ends of my captures, and Roxio on Win 7 burned them all with some issues. I'd keep using it if it worked, though I have to say the program has enough bugs and pathologies that make me hesitant about upgrading. I think better of Nero from having used their tools to burn CDs back in the day, though I don't know what version I might need to do this.
Do you author BluRays with a Roxio or Nero product? Have you had a good experience? What version and trim of the product do you use to do this? If by chance you have used both, what do you think works best? Am I missing any other great options?
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