>HD video with standard DVD reader
A DVD player will ONLY play a DVD... if you use the special process to write HiDef video to a DVD, it will only play back in BluRay player
The Elements Tutorial Links Page http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1275830 may also help
-has a link for how to put HiDef on a DVD (only for playback on a BluRay player)
I forgot to indicate that I am playing my recorded DVDs with a Sony Playstation3.
I have a standard DVD burner on my PC, therefore cannot burn a bue ray disk, but if I select AVCHD as option to burn the DVD, I can then play this DVD in HD on the Playstation.
My question was realy about; Is this the best option when no Blue Ray burner is availalble?
>Is this the best option when no Blue Ray burner is availalble
That is the ONLY option that I know of
Thanks a lot.
Happy to see that someone is listening ....and answering questions
Michael H Belgium
The AVCHD format on DVD disc appears to be a choice since you can produce it and play the end product on your Sony PS3. And, the resolution would be 1920 x 1080, same as Blu-ray.
However, if you wanted to generate Blu-ray disc image for use when you get your Blu-ray equipment, you might be interested in the Phantom Burner in conjunction with Premiere Elements. Have you looked at that?
Of note - this new version, Premiere Elements 13, now includes an alternative for Blu-ray burn to disc, that is, burn to ISO Image (Disk Image) which can be applied to a Blu-ray disc with a program such as ImgBurn, Nero, or CyberLink when you have a burner that accepts Blu-ray discs..
The above just in case you want to explore and experiment. Right now, in the AVCHD format on DVD disc, you have product and product that plays back on your particular player - the ultimate combo.