I have a new Panasonic HD video camera (SD900) and am looking to find the best way to distribute high quality video to friends and family on disc. I am able to transcode to a DVD successfully but this means a drop in image quality and I don't currently have a Blu Ray burner in my PC so can't burn Blu Rays. I was wondering if it was possible to burn a recording to a DVD-R in such a way that it will play back Blu Ray quality. I understand that the capacity of a DVD-R would limit the max recording length quite substantially but is this even possible? I seem to remember from the early days of DVDs that a short length (around 20mins?) of DVD quality video could be recorded onto a CD-R in a way that a DVD player could understand (was it called Super Video CD?) so I am looking to do something similar with Blu Ray quality video on a DVD-R disc. I am also open to any alternative suggestions! Software-wise I have Adobe Encore CS4 and Sony DVD Architect. Thanks for your help.