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Old 21 Jul 2008, 11:20 PM   #1
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Default How to burn m2ts to DVD

I have recently purchased the Sony HDR-S12 HD digital camcorder and I like it very much. I have set the output quality to maximum (1080, I presume). I use Nero 8 to burn the M2TS files onto a regurlar DVD, but the quality is pretty poor, I have tried to set the output quality to "high quality".. Does anyone know how to burn M2TS files onto a regurlar DVD while keeping the quality? I see all the Hollywood movies from DVD and their quality is perfect. Is there a way to burn these M2TS (AVHCD) files onto regurlar DVD in good quality?

Anyone please help...

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Old 22 Jul 2008, 03:58 AM   #2
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Not if you want to output at 1080P.

If you want to output at something less than 1080P on a std def DVD then use an upscale player to get an output of 1080P

This is what I would do:

Input the M2TS files into tsmuxer, set the output to blu-ray structure.

Burn the blu-ray structure to a BD-5, BD-9, BD-R or BD-RE using imgburn
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Old 22 Jul 2008, 05:29 AM   #3
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Dear Eddie,

Many thanks for your reply. I have no clue what tsmuxer is, but I will investigate this.

I want to burn the M2TS files onto a DVD (4,7GB), but I want the quality to be good as when I watch normal DVD movies which I rent.

Is Nero or Unlead DVD MovieFactory Plus HD not a good way to make DVD's?

I'm so lost in this, I have spent many hours on trying to make a DVD in decent quality, but without any luck.

I have heard the Apple has an application called DVD Studio Pro and than one can make DVD's in good quality, but does a Windows program exist which can make (burn) a good DVD?

Please advise, many thanks in advanced.
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A BD-5 is a blu-ray structure built on (in my case) a DVD+R (4.7gb)

A BD-9 is a blu-ray structure built on (in my case) a DVD+R DL (8.5gb)

These are the standard DVD-5 and DVD-9 used in standard defination movies
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Old 22 Jul 2008, 08:05 PM   #6
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I tried that and when I burn the BD output using imgburn, (I created a folder and chose to burn the folder with the files tsmuxer has created). I'm not able to play these in any player on my PC? Am I doing something wrong?

I noticed that tsmuxer has created lots of folder's (Blueray folder's) and will these be burned as a normal DVD?

When you mention that BD-5 is a normal DVD (4,7) ... This is where I'm lost.

Isn't there another way to create a DVD in good quality?

Please help...

PS: Is Sony Vegas, Adobe Encore or any other application good to make good quality DVD's?

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Old 9 Sep 2008, 01:17 PM   #7
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hey there

I am in the same shoes as you buddy.

I have myself a Sony HDR-SR11 60Gig HD Camcorder and am boggled as to how to get the best possible quality onto a standard DVD.

Thus far i have tried TMPGEnc, Sony Vegas, Pinnacle Studio 12, DVD Flicks and Nero itself. So far, the best results from from Pinnacle Studio 12. I'm very interested in this software mentioned here and am willing to give it a try, i will let you know if this software is any better then any of these. Will be back to update you soon.

Cheers!

hmmmmmm so i tried burning with tsmuxer but i can't for some reason...when i go to add my files it says this
"Some tracks not recognized. This tracks was ignored. Filename: "C:\ <'Directory of file'>"

any ideas?

by the way i specifically joined this forum for this reason ...

so apparently i had an older version (stupid me)...downloaded the new version and it converted using the blu ray structure as 'eddie' had suggested...
but im having trouble as to how to use imgburn to burn the files that tsmuxer has made....

do i just burn them as data? theres no specific setting that i'm to use?

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Here is the guide link for how to burn M2TS to DVD and you can also burn TS, MTS, TP, TRP to DVD. Hope that will help you!

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Here is the guide link for how to burn M2TS to DVD and you can also burn TS, MTS, TP, TRP to DVD. Hope that will help you!

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No Link, but I guess it is the address in the header.
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Thanks.

Ouch. They want money.

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Old 7 Jun 2009, 07:03 PM   #12
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Superb camera, but lousy if you look at the result on DVD. I'm using the standard software but am searching for something that is supporting the quality of this camera's images without going to blue ray, because blue ray is still not used that much and I want to make DVDs that can be given to others.

I'm watching closely how this will be solved. I am using other forums also to find a solution and I will keep you informed.

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you may want to consider one of these solutions:

- output to AVCHD and burn the structure to DVD5/9 to be played on most blu-ray player
- use AVStoDVD to convert blu-ray input to dvd
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Hi AutumnTree,

THANKS for the link (even though I am Windows guy) and WELCOME Aboard!

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For Mac users:
1. Open iDVD
2. Click "Create New Project"
3. Save it.
4. Drag the video clip into iDVD.
5. If you don't want a menu, click View -> Show Map. Then, arrange the video clip before the menu, click it, click Advanced -> Loop.
6. Burn.

For Windows users: check the windows dvd maker, it is free
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