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When I put kerosine in my truck it doesn't fly. Any relation?
Try burning to Blu-ray disks instead.
If I had a BluRay recorder I would, alas, I got none.
Therefore I was hoping to get my HD recording onto a regular or dual layer DVD. Are you saying the media is too slow for this?
If so - what is the max Mbit/sec I should export at in order to make viewing on regular DVD's possible but still record in high def? :)
Bluray is for bluray. Buy a bluray burner to go with your HDTV and PS3 player.
I agree with Curt.
Sure BluRay is for BluRay but even my own Sony Camcorder software has an option to record the AVCHD straight onto a regular drive but in HighDef mode - these videos play perfectly fine.
All I wanted to know was what were those settings so I can convert my videos into same type Sony exports my AVCHD's in - so the video donesn't jump.
I guess none of you know...
Maybe somebody knows. But I am not at all interested in squeezing HD down to a stream that will play on a DVD. Thats not what I invested in HD for.
If you dont want to burn HD bluray; then You might be better off following Dan's HD to SD scaler 3rd party utility to convert your hd to high quality SD and let you TV scale it up SD DVD to HD. It would probably e better quality than trying to squeeze hd into a SD DVD stream.
The idea is that my HD is only 20-30 min long - therefore it would almost be a waste of a BR DVD when it can really completely fine fit on an 8GB DVD ;)
Trust me I want a BR DVD burner, but right now after buying a new MacBook Pro I'm a bit short on tech money ;)
> Trust me I want a BR DVD burner, but right now after buying a new MacBook Pro I'm a bit short on tech money
Too bad. You could have gotten a PC notebook with Bluray burner for the same price :)
Ain't that the truth...
IIRC, there were some discussions on how to get BR material onto a DVD-5/DVD-9 over in the Adobe Encore forum. I believe that some folk were doing what you want to do successfully. Might want to pop over there and do some searching. I'd start in the Blu-Ray sub-forum, but don't completely limit yourself to it, as these threads might be in the main forum, or another of the subs, like DVD Burning.