Steps to use the downloads:
1) Choose either AVCHD, BDMV, or HD DVD - depending on what HD player you want to use as described above.
2) Download either the .exe or .7z file, according to the computer operating system you're using. The .exe will work on Windows, and the .7z is not system-specific so it will work with Windows, Linux, or Mac.
3) Uncompress the download. If you downloaded the .7z, you will also need the free 7-zip software to uncompress the file. The .exe should uncompress with Windows, but if it would happen to fail on your computer you might instead try the .7z version.
4) Burn a disk from the uncompressed file.
- For AVCHD or HD DVD, use a computer application to burn a single-layer DVD from the .iso file. Programs like Imgburn or Nero (burn image option) can burn the DVD in Windows, and on Mac the .iso can be burned directly from the disk utility application. If you're not sure how to use the .iso disk image to create a DVD with your software, then I suggest using Google and running a search with keywords something like - Burn, DVD, Iso, and the general name of your operating system or disk burning program. Here is a link Google returned for me on how to use different software in order to burn from a .iso http://iso.snoekonline.com/iso.htm
- For BDMV, I think the files can simply be recorded straight to BD-RE (or BD-R if you're willing to part with a non-rewritable disk) as a data disk if UDF 2.5 or UDF 2.6 remains the disk format. My understanding is that those are the default Blu-ray recordable formats, but I personally have not burned a Blu-ray. If you want to burn BDMV to DVD for one of the few players that support BDMV on DVD, you have to use UDF 2.5 format. Step 4 from http://club.cdfreaks.com/f142/bd2dvd...-guide-232165/
shows how to set the format with Imgburn or Nero.