Im am currently investigating PrE 11 after having PrE 5 and leaving out PrE 9 due.
PrE 11 is almost a pleasure to use, but I consistantly fail in checking bluray support.
One major lack of PrE 11 is that it does not allow to burn blurays to disk, wheras this option is available for AVCHD and for DVD - Adobe: why the hell did you do this?
So - I downloaded the Phantom Burner 18.104.22.168 which perfectly runs for DVD and AVCHD burning.
But when I "burn" a bluray on the phantom burner, it consistently fails with "device error" at 99%.
I included menues and removed them just to be sure whether this is the cause.
But: I can burn exactly the same footage as AVCHD in to folders as well as into a disc with phantom burner. Always in 50i 1920x1080.
The only problem exists with bluray - so I am in a deadlock - I cannot test bluray support.
System: Windows 7 Enterprise, 64 Bit, PrE 11 Trial.
Please don't create two separate threads with virtually the same topic. It makes it very hard to keep up with what has been suggested to you and what you've already tried.
>Adobe: why the hell did you do this?
Also, this is a user to user forum. Please direct any communications for Adobe directly to Adobe the clicking the Contact Adobe button.
Please continue this discussion in your other thread so that we aren't chasing two threads at once. With your permission, I'd like to lock this thread to avoid confusion and cross-talk.
both of my threads are only loosely coupled - if at all. The one is about a burner problem, the other one is about menus in AVCHD not working.
Please keep them as different threads, thanks.
Well, I made progress on it.
Thrown out "Phantom Burner" and instead making use of "Virtual CD V10" which does the same or even more (and better?) and is about the same price. The trial seems to be even less restricted than that of Phantom Burner. Great tool so far. I think I will buy it.
Using a virtual single-layer media inserted and a newly setup project I could successfully burn the media several times with success.
And the media looks correct - tested with "Corel WinDVD 11".
In case it helps someone.