Premiere Elements 10 does not include support for 1920x1080 60p.
It does, however, include support for 1280x720 60p and DSLR 640x480 60p, just as version 9 did.
Even if you could run CS5/CS5.5 on your computer, that format will not "directly" go to BluRay according to I message I saw, which says the format is not part of the BluRay specification
The most you can do is edit in CS5/CS5.5 and then export to a format that will go on a BluRay
1080/50p or 1080/60p NOT to BluRay http://forums.adobe.com/message/3636265
-Premiere Pro will edit, but NOT part of the BluRay specification
Though this LIST is for BD-supported formats in Encore, PrE uses many of the same Sonic Authorcore modules, so they probably hold true for PrE too. I am not sure if these are more related to the Sonic Authorcore modules, or to the full BD specs.
Good luck to the OP,
My plan with CS5.5 was to import the original footage at 1080 60p and then output to 720p 60 which seems to be the most widely accepted format for blu-ray, PC, Mac, etc, but again since my MacBook Pro does not meet the specs for CS 5.5, that is a no go.
What are the exact AVCHD specfications for what is able to be imported from a camcorder such as the Panasonic TM700/TM900?
The great thing about the TM700/TM900 is the quality when shooting 1080 60p footage so I need to figure out how to edit the material in Elements.
Does something like ClipWrap help here??
What are all of the other TM700/TM900 owners doing to edit their footage is the best possible quality?