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May 21, 2009 at 2:14 PM #41675AnonymousInactive
Here is my system summary :
> Mainboard : ASUSTeK Computer Inc. P4C800
> Chipset : Intel i875PE
> Processor : Intel Pentium 4 @ 2600 MHz
> Physical Memory : 1024 MB (2 x 512 DDR-SDRAM )
> Video Card : Nvidia Corp GeForce FX 5600 [NV31.2]
> Hard Disk : Promise (240 GB)
> CD-Rom Drive : PLEXTOR CD-R PX-W8432T
> DVD-Rom Drive : PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-106D
> Monitor Type : LG Electronics L177WSB – 17 inches
> Network Card : 3COM Corp, Networking Division 3C940 Gigabit Ethernet PCI CODEC
> Operating System : Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.01.2600 Service Pack 2
> DirectX : Version 9.0c (February 2006)
> Authoring Software : Pinnacle Studio Ultimate V.12
I totally backed up my footage onto the computer and the file is in MTS File Format.
What I did is the following :
1. I converted the MTS file to AVI Interleave Audio Video Interleaved 1280×720 with 30Fps using Alive HD Video Converter which is a powerful video converter that converts HD video including m2t, m2ts AVCHD video to popular PC video formats which can be supported by Microsoft Movie Maker, Windows Media Player or Adobe Premiere Pro. Alive HD Video Converter converts HD video files to AVI, MPEG, WMV, DivX, Xvid, MP4, 3GP and MP3 format.
2. I used Pinnacle Studio Ultimate V.12 to edit my footage.
3. Burn into DVD format and voila, jerky videos….terrible “ghosting” effect.
Could anyone tell me what I did wrong ?
My guess is the current computer system is outdated, and I used the wrong codec. The Graphic Card might not support HD, or maybe the resolution was too high for DVD format.
I have used Sony Videocam before and transfered via Firewire, and succeeded in making good DVD, but with Canon HG10, this could not be achieved as easily.
Whatever it is, would anyone in the forum be able to help me with the situation ?
Thank you for time and effort.
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