According to Wikipedia:
"Blu-ray Disc media is not supported by AVCHD specification, though some software packages allow authoring AVCHD content on Blu-ray Discs. AVCHD encoding and container are compatible with Blu-ray Disc format, but naming convention is different. For better compatibility with Blu-ray Disc players, AVCHD video can be converted into Blu-ray Disc format without re-encoding audio/video streams. The resultant disc will play in any Blu-ray Disc player including those that do not explicitly support the AVCHD format"
^I have Architect 5 and Vegas 10 how do I go about this? I think I should render using either MainConcept AVC/AAC or Sony AVC. But neither say "DVD Architect video stream" just "Blu-ray" which I assume means a blu-ray architect stream. I just don't want Architect to re-render my AVCHD, and I also want it to be compatible with all Blu-ray players WHICH Wiki claims is possible without re-rendering (.m2ts in Blu-ray format?) I assume use Sony AVC since my footage is .MTS from a Panasonic camera?
"Sony DVD Architect 5 can author AVCHD-compliant discs with menus using AVC encoding as well as non-standard discs using MPEG-2 encoding. In both cases data rate is limited to 18 Mbit/s."
^My original .MTS files are 16,000kbps or less anyway