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post #1 of 2 Old 03-10-2014, 10:28 AM - Thread Starter
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I am trying to create what I thought would be a simple process......but the more that I read, the more confused I become

I am recording ota HD programing on my pc via Windows Media Center. The recorded files are in wtv format. My goal is fairly simple (or so I thought)........I want to be able to create a blu ray dvd that will play in my stand alone Panasonice BD55 player. I have also learned that I could also create a HD AVCHD dvd that would also play in this unit. I want the highest quality video & sound track that I can get.

Hopefully, there is a simple procedure to accomplish thiss & someone can give me step by instructions......until I get more familiar with this process.

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Since WTV files are not copy-protected, you may just be able to use one of the big-name Blu-ray burning programs to make discs from HD over-the-air shows, such as Nero.


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