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  1. I am about to shoot some videos with my digital camera for the first time. The camera is capable of shooting AVCHD with five choices for 1920 x 1080. It can also shoot in MP4 file format, but would prefer using AVCHD format. There are five AVCHD shooting formats to choose from; 60i 24M, 60i 17M, 60p 28M, 24p 24M and finally 24p 17M Which one or how many of the above listed formats are compatible with VideoWave and MyDVD? Would perfer using either 60p 28M or 24p 24M. According to the info contained in David Busch's photography guide, 24p 24M setting produces the most cinema-like appearance in the final movie image. Both of the above use progressive scan.
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