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Heavytiger [Avatar]
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I have never been successful burning AVCHD to DVD RW discs with PD. The video played on my Sony bluray player has ghost like layers of images. But if I create a disc with a different older video editing program the disc plays crystal clear. I have the same problem authoring bluray discs when trying to burn a disc in AVCHD. In PD I have to burn as a mpeg 2 for clear video. Of course I can't do that with a DVD RW with PD.
My question is can I author a AVCHD disc that will play on a home bluray player with Imgburn?

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Jimbo223 [Avatar]
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I don't see why not.
Here's a screen capture of the ImgBurn menu tools.
If you haven't used it before, the top half of the screen are the tools, the bottom half is a report/diagnostics which always pops up when you start it and works in real time as you burn.

I suspect that if you haven't got an ISO to burn, you would choose either the "Write files/folders to disc" option where your AVCHD files would be or the "Create image file from files/folders" option. I've never tried it myself. "Discovery" is just a tool to check the status of a disk and the rest are pretty self explanatory.



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