2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 18, 2012 10:09 AM by whsprague

    How to burn a AVCHD Disc

    mcmuckel

      Hi,

       

      i have saved my rendered Project into a folder on my HDD. I have used the settings DISC --> AVCHD --> Folder 8,5GB --> Foldername --> Folderposition on my HDD.

       

      Now i have the Folder on my HDD.

       

      But how can i burn it onto a Double Layer Disc?

       

      I use a MAC.

       

      Is it correct when i go into my Folder e.g. Movie --> Holiday 2012 and burn this folder on a Disc. Or must i go a little bit deeper in the Folder an Burn the next file(s) on a disc? The next File is called BDMV.

       

      I hope you understod my question.

       

      Regards,

      mcmuckel

        • 1. Re: How to burn a AVCHD Disc
          the_wine_snob Level 9

          If you were on a PC, I would recommend the great, free burning utility, ImgBurn, to do the physical burning of the folder, it's only available for Windows, Wine and Linux. I see nothing about Mac (thought that they had gone X-platform, but apparently not).

           

          Now, I hear a lot about a program, Toast, on the Mac side-of-the-street, but know nothing about it. I think that it is a commercial burning program, but they may have a free version too? There are probably free Mac burning utilities out there, but being a PC-only guy, I do not stay current on such.

           

          You might need to do some searching on the Internet, or wait until a Mac-user can step in and give you recs. I'd do some Googling for you, but as I know zero about Mac, would be afraid that I'd just be giving you unnecessary, or useless links.

           

          Good luck,

           

          Hunt

          • 2. Re: How to burn a AVCHD Disc
            whsprague Level 4

            With versions 10 and 11 on  PC, it is built in as an output choice under "Disk" along with DVD and Blu-Ray.  You do it directly from an open project.  I have a laptop with a standard DVD burner/player and I know it works with single layer DVDs that play in my Blu-Ray player.

             

            Does the Mac version not have that?

             

            Bill