Originally Posted by myg
Thank you for the answer.
I do not know how export option is named in HD writer because I use Russian version.
If you plug in a card reader with SD card to computer USB port, you will see it in HD writer during export.
The reason for me is to play my video on Panasonic dmp-bdt120 player.
This player supports natively 1080\50p video, I have called to Panasonic.
I use SD instead of USB drive because I have found that M2TS files play with problems from USB drives.
According the Panasonic player User's manual they support AVCHD play back from SD card, not from USB drive.
Sorry I didn't reply sooner. I was camping in a remote area without internet access for a few days.
The English version calls it "Copy to Media". There are lots of choices. You should be able to "copy" to both an SD card in your computer or to an SD card in the camera if it is connected to the computer.
I have an older version of Panasonic player, the BD30. It does very well accepting SD cards with AVCHD 1.0 files. That does not include 50/60p because it was not included until AVCHD 2.0. I don't know if the 120 player is 1.0 or 2.0.
I'm not where I can try it, but I think I was successful at playing 1080p files from DVD data disks. I used windows to copy the .m2ts to a standard DVD and played it on the Panasonic Player.
If you are not successful, I can try a couple things when I get to my office next week.
PS: Assuming you are Russian, you may recall we had a "Cold War". During that time your country kept a couple of submarines off our coast that were full of missiles that had nuclear bombs on them. My job was to fly over and drop a torpedo with a nuclear bomb on your submarine before you could launch your missiles. If I had been caught communicating with a Russian back then for anything (including video software) I would have been arrested! Two of our squadron airplanes were equipped with special secret gear that could spy on your surface ships and do things like count the nuclear bombs aboard! So, in a sense, I was even considered a spy! I'm glad those days are over.