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Quote When you're in the Create Disc module and you're ready to produce your video, click on the Burn in 2D button and then choose the following option:

You can then copy the .ISO file to the other computer and simply use File Explorer to copy the file onto the BR disc and burn it. No need for PD14 on the other machine.

Another option would be to pack the project on the first PC and save everything to a USB drive, then plug it into the other computer and burn the disc directly from there.
I've produced a video on my laptop which doesn't have a Blu-ray writer. Now I would like to burn the video to my Blu-ray writer in my desktop computer. What's the easiest way to do this? I have PD14 on both computers.
Select the first transition. Hold down the Shift key and select the last transition. Hit the Delete key. Done!

I can't thank you enough for the workaround. I've spent untold hours on this. I'm surprised that more people haven't complained about this problem.

Your solution works perfectly. I used a 1920x1080 png file for the background and I now have sharp, clear menu backgrounds.

Others have had this problem, but I have not found a solution in the forum.

1. Create disk
2. Menu preferences, create menu
3. Set background image. I've selected a 1920x1080 png file because that's what's used in the canned menus.
4. "Conflicting aspect ratio" window appears (even though aspect is correct).
5. Select crop or stretch. Apply to all menu pages.
6. Save template.
7. Apply saved template to all pages.
8. Burn Blu-ray at MPEG-2 or H.264 at 1920x1080 OR burn DVD at HQ-best quality.
9. Burned menu background is blurry. Looks like low resolution. All other images and videos in project come out high quality.

Looking at the Custom Menus directory in My Documents/Cyberlink/Custom Menus/3.0/Background there is no png file as there is in the canned menus. Adding the hi-res .png file does not help.

Any ideas will be greatly appreciated!

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