[QUOTE=Albert;2739749]You said you have a BD-reader drive (not the Pioneer BDR-209!) in your computer. Can it read the BD-RE after you write it? And can you play the disc back on the computer like a Blu-ray movie you’d buy from the store?
Also, you mention AVS4U. When I do a Google search, I can’t find that, but I did find AVS4YOU. Is that the brand name for the product you’ve been using? If so, have you been using AVS Video Converter, AVS Disc Creator, or something different?
And what other burning software have you used?[/QUOTE]
Hi, Albert, Have been away,first I have tried the burnt blu ray discs in the other blu ray players: An LG and a Sony, both seem able to play some of the discs, I have used AVS4 You, Aura software,Ashampoo Burning Studio 14. Previously when I have used this type of software the discs created had to be finalised,then formatted before future use. I don
t seem to be able to find any way of doing this with bluray? do you need to have to finalise? My Panasonic, non computer, blu ray recorder also plays some discs but refuses to copy them in high-definition format. Now Im realising the implications, discovering all the other video formats being used and not being conversant with them all, something which you aquire after probably years of use. Is there any software you can suggest which may help me understand. Thanks Dave