Would you like to know if a menu-less AVCHD image will work on your standalone player? Read on.
1. Download this file (AVCHD.rar), containing a properly created AVCHD image. Decompress the file. This image plays PERFECTLY on a PS3 with firmware 2.35.http://www.sendspace.com/file/a0p609
2. Download and install ImgBurn. You may also choose to use different software (Nero or other), if it is compatible with .nrg images.http://www.imgburn.com/index.php?act=download
They don't allow direct linking, so please grab the file from one of the listed mirrors.
3. Once you launch the tool, select the icon in the top left, named "Write Image File to Disc"
4. By "Source", click the icon of the folder with a magnifying glass, and browse to the extracted AVCHD.nrg file.
5. Put a blank DVD into the device you wish to write with.
6. Make sure the DVD Recording device that you wish to write to is selected in the "Destination" drop down box.
7. Select the "File" menu up top, and choose, "Write".
8. When the writing is complete there will be a message box from ImgBurn stating it is finished. Simply click on the OK button.
9. Pop disc into your player. If your system is compatible with the process described in the next post, you are all set to author your own Blu-Ray discs, using cheap DVD-R media.
This image is a 30 second video of an MPEG-2 720p feed, digitally extracted from a cablebox. The video was not recompressed or altered in any way, other than to place it in an AVCHD container.Reported Compatibility for Following Players:
Panasonic DMP-BD10: Success
Panasonic DMP-BD30 v1.3: Success
PS3 firmware 2.35: Success
Samsung BDP-1400: Success
Samsung BDP-1500: Success
Sony BDP-300: Success