發表於: 星期日 十一月 18, 2012 8:21 am 文章主題: convert avchd to dvd for playing on dvd player
"Can I Burn AVCHD To DVD-R? I have a Blu-ray movie in AVCHD format and I want to BURN it to a DVD. But the ONLY DVDs I have are the regular 4.7 GB ones. And my AVCHD movie is 9.29 GB. Is there a way I can burn this AVCHD movie to multiple DVD-Rs, I have a Blu-ray player that will HOPEFULLY play the AVCHD format. But all the DVDs I have are too small. What I'm asking is: Is there a way that instead of using a BIGGER type of DVD, while keeping Video Quality the same....... Use 2 or 3 smaller DVDs? And is there some software that can help me with that?"
To burn AVCHD to DVD for preserve or replay, you need DVD burning software that supports burning AVCHD videos. Aiseesoft DVD Creator is a professional program to make video DVD from AVCHD files (MTS, M2TS, M2T, etc). Besides convert AVCHD to DVD, Aiseesoft DVD Creator also supports to convert other video files like AVI, WMV, MPG, MOV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, MOD etc to DVD. Moreover, it also offers rich video editing functions for you to customize your DVD movie. Download the DVD Creator and follow the step by step guide to convert AVCHD to DVD with ease.
Step 1.Add AVCHD video to DVD Creator
Add videos to the DVD Creator by clicking the "Add Video" menu. .
Step 2. Edit AVCHD video
Select the video need to edit and then click the "Edit" button to open the video editing panel.
Step 3. Select and edit DVD menu
Click the "Edit menu" button on the top right of the preview panel to open the DVD menu, button, frame, text editing panel.
Step 4. Burn AVCHD to DVD
After all these settings, you can click the "Burn" button to converting AVCHD to DVD for enjoy with you home DVD players and preserve.
"AVCHD stands for Advanced Video Coding High Definition, a format for recording and playing high-definition video. An AVCHD disc disc can be burned on a standard DVD burner with a standard blank DVD, but played only on Blu-ray disc players. With AVCHD, RealPlayer Plus 15 can take high-definition (HD) video files and burn them onto a standard DVD disc that will play on a Blu-ray player. You can burn up to 60 minutes of video onto an AVCHD disc."