Originally Posted by airscapes
Would be nice if this could be master by the same person that did the 709 disk as that seems to work in most all players these days.
vega509 is using Multi-AVCHD, which is the same program I used for the AVCHD compatibility. The program appears to have only been updated once, so I doubt much has changed. Assuming you can play the AVS HD 709 AVCHD version on the player, I would guess there could be one of two issues. Some players seem to play or not play AVCHD depending if the BDMV/AUXDATA folder is included, and I think there are a couple options for how Multi-AVCHD outputs AVCHD. Since Blu-ray includes the AUXDATA folder and AVCHD doesn't need it, we simply host two versions. I did a quick modification to the files from vega509 and threw out all the folders that I didn't include on the AVS HD 709 AVCHD download. You will need a program like 7-zip to decompress http://www.filedropper.com/chads-repack_1
(choose "Download This File")
Edit: Removed part of post since he said that the disc was authored with strict option. If the above link doesn't work it might be a Multi-AVCHD issue. I can't think of other possible causes.Edited by alluringreality - 3/17/13 at 12:11pm