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    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Hmmm - then I seem again to be at a dead end?? My research indicated that a dual layer DVD could play on both a standard DVD player as well as a PC. Basically anything that will play a movie because they are dual layers. The intent of burning these DVDs is for clients who do not have the capability of playing an HD video file, the format I generally use. So they need a DVD that will play in a standard player as well as a PC. Due to the size of the show, I went to dual layer as it will not fit on a regular DVD. Any other thoughts on this matter? Thanks again to those of you who have so kindly tried to solve this problem for me. If there is further hope, let me know. I won't give up until you all tell me to!
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    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Hmmm - I'm seeing a problem with total physical memory and available memory. Is that the culprit? Not that I know what that means - just looking at the numbers.
  3. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Sadly I have burned another coaster - soon will have place setting for 12! DVD player says "unsupported disc" VLC Media Player says to check log. Attached below.
  4. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    What I am trying to burn in a dual layer disc playable in DVD player.
  5. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Oh boy - here I am again. I get a message - am I trying to burn Blu-ray. No, I am not. Once I select that I get another error message - cannot add file to image. ????
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    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Thanks, y'all! As I mentioned, this is completely new territory for me. I have downloaded Virtual Clonedrive. I'm taking baby steps here. I have gone to my ISO file, right-clicked, and mounted Virtual Clonedrive, creating a drive H:. Things get a little fuzzy from here. (of course working at 3 AM is probably not the best time to try to work with something completely new!). I now see that magical VIDEO_TS file but not sure how to proceed from here.
  7. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Great - two votes so it's a winner! I just have to get a chance to work on this. THANKS!
  8. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Awesome - will definitely check this out - merci beaucoup!!
  9. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    WOWIE - this is encouraging - thank you LIGHTING UK! and dbminter!! This is totally new territory for me so may take a little time to try this out. I'm running Windows 7 (I know!) so quick research tells me I need 3rd party software to accomplish virtual drive. Will certainly give this a try - THANKS!
  10. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Nope! Think I'm at a dead end. Cannot burn a dual layer which is what this file requires.
  11. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Yes, it is. That could well be. I am trying one more strategy to burn this. I'll let you know. Not real hopeful but it's worth one more try. Thanks.
  12. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Thanks for the reply. My output from ProShow Producer is an ISO file that I then burn with ImgBurn. I have done this for many years with no problem until now - with the dual layer disc. There is no way to create a VIDEO_TS folder that I know of. It would appear that I am at a dead end trying to do this through ImgBurn - and perhaps other software as well. Thanks so much for trying to help.
  13. cinderellen

    How to burn dual layer DVD from AVCHD iso file

    Thanks. I am trying to burn a DVD video disc. I created the ISO file as output from ProShow Producer which I’ve used for 15 years - just not a video this large. I’ve always created an ISO file and used ImgBurn for the DVD. I’m a bit clueless as far as creating a VIDEO_TS file. I’m not trying to create a Blu-Ray as my clients don’t have Blu-Ray players. The only reason I’m using dual layer is because of the size of the file. I’m not seeing much on being able to do this. Maybe it’s not technologically feasible? Sure hope I can find a way of doing this. Thanks for your response. If you have any further suggestions, I’d surely appreciate them.
  14. I have created an AVCHD iso file that, because of its size (7.5 GB), I need to burn a dual layer DVD. I have been reading various articles that refer to BDMV and Certificate folders which I don't know anything about. I've also read that in order to burn a dual layer in ImgBurn, that I need to use a VIDEO_TS file. I have not found information as to how to burn this AVCHD iso file onto a dual layer disc. I tried just burning this file through ImgBurn onto a dual layer DVD but that did not work. It does not play, either on DVD player or computer. So apparently I need more steps to successfully create. I'm in need of some guidance here if someone could kindly assist me. Thank you!
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