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BURN CHOICES FROM AN AVCHD ISO IMAGE ?

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Jun 25, 2017

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I completed a photo slideshow with music, using Premiere Elements 14 (PRE) that is "80 min 53 sec" long.  I then made an ISO image that was captured and opens with Roxio Creator 2012 Special Edition.  I then made a DVD with the Roxio program by selecting Burn Disc Image.  It all worked fine and the program created a M2TS DVD that plays in my Samsung 3D Blu-ray Player. 

I did not see an option, during the Burn Disc Image process, to select any final DVD format.  FYI - I do not know the final DVD/Blu-ray players that the slideshow will be shown, because there will be a copy of the slideshow provided to each attendee of our HS reunion - 100 classmates registered.

Is there an option during one of the steps to obtain something other than a M2TS format for the DVD?  If yes, how and what should be the other choices? 

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

MTS, M2T and M2TS files are the same basic -- a high-def video. However, these files can be made up of a number of codecs (MPEG2, AVC, etc.).

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BURN CHOICES FROM AN AVCHD ISO IMAGE ?

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I completed a photo slideshow with music, using Premiere Elements 14 (PRE) that is "80 min 53 sec" long.  I then made an ISO image that was captured and opens with Roxio Creator 2012 Special Edition.  I then made a DVD with the Roxio program by selecting Burn Disc Image.  It all worked fine and the program created a M2TS DVD that plays in my Samsung 3D Blu-ray Player. 

I did not see an option, during the Burn Disc Image process, to select any final DVD format.  FYI - I do not know the final DVD/Blu-ray players that the slideshow will be shown, because there will be a copy of the slideshow provided to each attendee of our HS reunion - 100 classmates registered.

Is there an option during one of the steps to obtain something other than a M2TS format for the DVD?  If yes, how and what should be the other choices? 

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Correct answer by Steve Grisetti | Adobe Community Professional

MTS, M2T and M2TS files are the same basic -- a high-def video. However, these files can be made up of a number of codecs (MPEG2, AVC, etc.).

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Jun 26, 2017

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DVD video is not M2T AVC high-def video. DVD video (at least the kind that can be played on a DVD player) is made up of VOB files, which are standard definition MPEGs.

When you burn an AVCHD-DVD, you are essentially using a DVD disc as a smaller BluRay disc. The video you are putting on the DVD disc is a BluRay video file. You're just using a DVD disc (which is cheaper than a BluRay disc but can only hold a fraction of the data).

So you can not burn an ISO of an AVCHD video to a DVD and get a DVD disc that can be played on a DVD player.

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Are there more than two file extensions for an AVCHD video, e.g. MTS & M2TS?

If yes, then what are they and is one version better over another?

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MTS, M2T and M2TS files are the same basic -- a high-def video. However, these files can be made up of a number of codecs (MPEG2, AVC, etc.).

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