No. Why would you want to export to either format? AVCHD is a recording format, not a delivery format and the same applies to Matroska.
I own a Samsung Blu-ray player (BD-C5500), that plays an AVCHD-DVD discs (DVD Discs with a blu-ray structure, and full HD movies - everything like on a blu-ray discs, except capacity), and in my computer I have a DVD recorder, so I can write AVCHD files to DVD discs, as it could be a blu-ray, without a blu-ray recorder
Many other aplications has feature to export an AVCHD files, or even AVCHD-DVD iso image files, that are ready to recording, why Adobe still doesn't have it? I think, Adobe plays through with Sony, Cyberlink or Avid, because of no AVCHD export.
DVD and BR do not support AVCHD or Matroska formats for the simple reason it is not in the specs. That is not an Adobe issue, but an issue of the media. You are much better of keeping to the specs of DVD (MPEG2-DVD) or BDR (H.264-BR).
> DVD and BR do not support AVCHD or Matroska formats for the simple reason it is not in the specs.
DVD do not support. But BR certainly support. Both the AVCHD, and Matroska. See over here:
And there is new disk format - AVCHD DVD - for recording AVCHD movies on DVD disks.
Hmm.. Now I'm shure, that Adobe product is not for me. Thank You. I thik, I will choose Avid Studio. It has wanted by me functions.
It is strange. Adobe doesn't know new technologies in the market? I think, any other software products has AVCHD export. Only Adobe has not.
I think, Adobe will loose he battle.
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You can make an Bluray folder with Encore, which comes with Premiere, and ripp the m2ts file from the Stream.
Yes. This is an idea... Thanks.
Trying to find your extensive guilines on export settings for DVD from an AVCHD video.
I'm returning to PP after 5 yrs on FCP. A lot has changed.
AVCHD is a recording format, not a delivery format
Ironic how often I've made an argument for the reverse.
The problem is simply the directory structure required for AVCHD, like AVCHDTN, BDMV, IISVPL, CLIPINF, PLAYLIST, STREAM, etc.
Oh, I'll agree with that. Directory structures are a definitely a problem with solid state recording.