With Nero Burning ROM you can burn a BDMV-Video disc made up of BDMV (= Blu-ray Movie) files from your hard drive. You can play your burned BDMV-Video on almost all Blu-ray players.
You can use Nero Burning ROM to burn a BDMV-Video if the complete BDMV folder structure including premastered files is already available.
In Nero Burning ROM it is not possible to create a DVD-Video, an AVCHD video, or a BDMV-Video from video files. You can convert video files to DVD-Video, to AVCHD video, or BDMV-Video in Nero Vision for example. Nero Vision is included in the full version of Nero Multimedia Suite. More information about Nero Vision is available on the Web site www.nero.com, and more information about video editing is available in the separate Nero Vision manual.
- Select the Blu-ray entry from the drop-down menu in the New Compilation window. (In case that the New Compilation window is not opened, it can be opened by clicking the New button on the main screen.)
- Choose the BDMV-Video compilation type from the selection list.
- The tabs with the configuration options that are valid for this compilation type are displayed.
- Enter a name for the BDMV-Video disc in the Disc name input field
- Click the New button.
- The New Compilation window is closed and the selection screen is opened.
It includes the specific and predefined BDMV folder structure.
- Select the movie that you want to burn from the browser area on the right side.
- Drag the existing BDMV folder structure including premastered files into the compilation area on the left side.
- The files are added to the compilation and are displayed in the compilation screen. The capacity bar indicates how much space is required on the disc.
Files and Folders
The BDMV-Video contains different folders. Only certain files are allowed in an individual folder. If you only have individual files, you must allocate the right files to the specific folder:
\BDMV\BDJO\*.bdjo (this files are optional; however, the folder must be available)
Also, the folders \BDMV\META, \BDMV\JAR and \CERTIFICATE must be available but may remain empty.
If the folder \BDMV\BACKUP is available, it contains a copy of the files index.bdmv, MovieObjects.bdmv and the folders PLAYLIST, CLIPINF and BDJO.
- You have successfully compiled a BDMV-Video disc and can now burn this compilation.