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tried different ways, but is there anybody who can give me a step-by step description on how to make a movie from my .mts-files to be played on my PS3-system.... Don't have BD-writer, so have to make on DVD, but would like to maintain HD (1080). Using Creator 2010 Pro...

 

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Use Videowave to edit the .mts files. Cuts, transtions, effects, etc.

Save as Videowave project file

Open MyDVD and choose AVCHD (with or without menu)

Defaults to 4.7GB. Change if you have dual layer discs.

Select a menu style

Click on 'Add New Movie' and choose your Videowave project file

This should create a button if you have a menu.

Customize the menu if needed

Burn to disc, folder or ISO

 

MyDVD defaults to 'fit to disc', but some users have issues although I haven't. You may need to change that.

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Use some DVD RW media at first - great to learn on :lol:

 

Thanks for Your tip, am trying to make this work now, but got another problem, get an error message from MyDVD;

"Project_BuildToDevice() AuthorScript call failed. Error while Writing Format".... What is this?

 

Am trying to make an .iso file and try to burn on another computer, to try???

 

Thanks

 

Johs

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Thanks for Your tip, am trying to make this work now, but got another problem, get an error message from MyDVD;

"Project_BuildToDevice() AuthorScript call failed. Error while Writing Format".... What is this?

 

Am trying to make an .iso file and try to burn on another computer, to try???

 

Thanks

 

Johs

 

When you go to burn, encode (burn) to an ISO file or to a folder set with the "quality" setting at 1080i. I like to make a new folder just for this ISO or folder set. Copy the iso or folder set to a DVD using Video Copy and Convert.

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When you go to burn, encode (burn) to an ISO file or to a folder set with the "quality" setting at 1080i. I like to make a new folder just for this ISO or folder set. Copy the iso or folder set to a DVD using Video Copy and Convert.

tnx, have already tried to burn to file, but get the same error message, and no output file???? Running Dell Studio XPS, Vista64...

 

will restart again, and try, and then get back with more problems.... ;)))) Or hopefully with a report on success... :))

 

Best regards,

 

Johs

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