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Blueray authoring software for mac


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I was wondering if anyone had any good Blue ray authoring software for Mac. I have a bunch of avchd/MTS home movie files I am looking to burn to blue ray format. I am not into heavy editing so simple is better and freeware is best.
Also most of my High def files are shot in 1080i(Sony handycam did not shoot 1080P in 2007). Will the programs deinterlace the movie or reformat to 1080p or is that done at the level of blueray player/TV?
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