Question for those who have ventured into the HD realm. I've begun creating edits in HD. I released my Because You Were Home edit as a 1080p MKV. It was quite easy to make the MKV, but I thought I should also offer it as an AVCHD disc. I can easily make a no frills disc using tsMuxer, but it would be really nice to have menus. And this is where I am starting to run into problems.
DVD Architect 5+ can create Blu-ray discs, however I have read that there are some differences between AVCHD discs and Blu-ray discs burned onto a DVD5or9. I don't want to go to the trouble of creating a BD disc if it is incompatible on people's players. Can anyone shed some light on this?
SO, if there are differences, what methods have people used to create an AVCHD disc with menus? I have tried multiAVCHD, and I can not get any version of the software to function properly on my system (Win7 64-bit). I have heard that DVD Lab Pro can do this, but I didn't see the capability (though I confess I don't know much about the software, as I am an Architect user).
If I'm stuck creating menu-less AVCHDs, I probably wont upload one for Because You Were Home, but rather just post simple instructions on how to take the MKV and create an AVCHD disc (using mkvExtract, and tsMuxer), and for worthy future projects I might just create a full fledge Blu-ray version (like for T2).