I recorded footage, imported the 66 chapters into my laptop, created a "Project" and moved the chapters onto the storyboard/timeline and did all my editing and added transitions, now I cant burn this "Project" to dvd!!! How do you do it? The only way I can get to my project is to click on "Edit dvd" and then the storyboard etc pops up again, but there is no "Write" tab. Just a "Save" tab. When I click the save tab, the window closes and shuts the program down. PLEASE help as this is a wedding video and they are bugging me for it!!
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Re: How do you save a "project" on regular size dvd?
You need to have DVD burning software. There are many out there, each with their own pros and cons. I use MyDVD 10 Premier from Sonic. It's and easy program that lets you create movies with all the bells & whistles then burn your movie easily to DVD. No matter what software you choose, you need good DVD burning software to get what you want. Hope that helps. Let me know if you need anymore help. Feel free to rate my answer if your satisfied and thanks for coming to FixYa.
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The AG-HPX250 Memory
Card Camera Recorder is a new handheld model for Panasonic's broadcasting and
professional P2HD Series. It's also the first handheld model to support
AVC-Intra codecs. So you may find that it's not easy to import such a file
directly into FCP. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac can help you convert AVC-Intra
encoded MXF to FCP compatible ProRes codec, then you will have to problem to
import the projects, pls download a free trail version from below.
Assuming that you want to do your video work later (editing,DVD burning)in your PC.
1.Your PC must have video capture device(either built-in or add-on). 2.Properly set your video editing software to able to capture video form your device. 3.Connect your camera to your PC in regular manner,like when you connect it to your TV. 4.Have your camera in PLAYBACK mode.wind the tape to the beginning of the footage you want to capture. 5.Open your editing software.turn on capture mode. 6.Start capture.At the same time,start playing back the footage on the cam. 7.When all footage were captured,click stop capture. 8.Start your editing work. 9.when complete,save it to some uncompressed video format like *.avi for later burning to DVD or converting to other format.
beginners,I recommend Windows Movie Maker video editing software that
should come bundled in almost every computer.It's fast,simple but
effective enough for home-movie work.Once your project is completed,save your movie in original .avi format for later burning to DVD,etc.
BTW forget the old-school Linear Editing (on the tape) thing.It's slow,complicate and much less flexible than Non-Linear method.
First plug in your USB cord to the comp and you'll see the options play
on pc, pc connection, etc. Select CREATE DVD! (You won't be able to see
or select any of the files you are going to import, oh well.) You
should see the regular screen pop up that says import, create, view
pictures. Click IMPORT PICTURES. It will automatically import both
pictures and video. For file name write something you can easily
locate, ex: AAAAAAAAAAAAAA (you can change it later) Then open MOVIE
MAKER. Click on IMPORT on the upper left hand corner and you'll see
their demo video listed. Click on picture and video files on the bottom
right hand corner and select ALL FILES. You should see what was
downloaded!!! YAY!! I haven't burn a DVD yet but the files are there
and the program should do it from there!
Canon DC210...To finalize the disk, you first probably want to have the AC adapter plugged in even if your camera does not require it in order to access the finalize menu option, as the process can be quite lengthy and use battery power -wouldn't want to run out in the middle of the operation....THEN....Make sure you are in VIEW mode -not record mode...THEN...Press the FUNC button on the side of the camera -you should then notice the FINALIZE option -among others -navigate to the actual finalize command using the joystick, then press it down and let it work its magic - try not to move it until it is finished. After it is finished -it can be removed and will be recognized by a dvd player, recorder or drive that is compatible with this type of disk in the first place, Apparently, this camcorder records video to the .VRO file type -so be sure any video editor/converter/player software on your computer recognizes this file type.
I had the same problem and after troubleshooting found out that the project was not opening because I had changed the location of some pictures I used on a slideshow.
It sucks that the project doesn't have it's own version of the slides and requires the photo files to be in the same physical location as they were when you originally created the slide or used the video file.
Not sure if this will help others, but if you moved any files that you used to create your project, try to restore them to their original location and see that fixes it for you...that fixed my problem.