I've got about 17 hours of youth soccer games in SD that I'd rather put on 2 Blu-rays than 8 or 9 DVDs.
PE8's Blu-ray presets are all for Hi-def or close to it. I would assume PE10's presets are similar, no?
blu-ray.com and PE10's Help page both say BD can hold 10 hours of SD video, which is why I'm holding out hope that software exists to put it there...
It appears you can do it with DVD Architect Studio ($39 from Sony), but you've got to have the file properties set up for BluRay disc media and standard resolution MPEG.
This type of disc will not, of course, play on a DVD player. You'll need to play it on a BluRay player that, hopefully, will recognize it as DVD files burned to a BluRay disc.
This is not how the media is designed to be used, so it might be worth doing a test run to see if it works at all before you invest hours of work and transcoding into it.
Thanks Steve. I haven't looked at DVD Architect Studiio yet, but I will.
I did find, however, a powerful little freeware program called multiAVCHD that seems to do exactly what I want, plus some simple Blu-ray authoring to boot. I'll test it and reply here with my results.