Originally Posted by ndaa75
Now cannot seem to get over the last hurdle and create a BD disk from these files, using a standard DVD....any ideas?
Not all players function exactly the same with DVD media, so the easiest thing is to know what your player will play and create something similar.
If you are burning AVCHD or HDMV (Blu-ray) files to disc yourself, I suggest using ImgBurn, since it will ask if you want to add the required UDF 2.5 or 2.6 formatting.
tsmuxer can create AVCHD files without a menu. It includes a few extra folders that I removed from the AVS HD 709 AVCHD. If your player happens to play our AVCHD disc and doesn't play a tsmuxer disc, then just remove the extra folders and burn again.
A newer free program called EasyBD Lite can apparently create HDMV (Blu-ray) files without a menu, but I haven't tried it.
I think MultiAVCHD can create either AVCHD or HDMV with menus, and it can also add AVCHD information to HDMV. Again if you happen to have a player that requires AVCHD, there may be a few Samsung players that might require the extra AVCHD folders to be removed.
After that there are semi-professional options like Encore or Sony, but the older versions only created HDMV (Blu-ray).
If none of this helps, compress your files with 7-zip to .7z and put in a .zip file to post.