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I recently had a failure with my RAID5 setup that caused me to decide to burn my favorite videos to disc to preserve them in case of catastrophe. I have a couple hundred videos saved that I have trimmed commercials, etc and they are saved at 1080p/24, 1080i/60, 720p/60 and some at 720p/24. Most of the 1080 material will fit a DL DVD and the 720 stuff will generally fit a DVD5 or DVD9. What is the best way to assure the most compatibility with various BD players?
I tried a 720/24p video yesterday just burned it via ImgBurn in build mode and it played flawlessly on one player (3 years old) but would not play on a newer player. Is there something to watch for in the player, or is there a process I should be aware of? Both of these players show in the specs that they should play AVCHD but I am not really sure.
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