Before purchasing my new HD Sanyo camcorder I firewired my video footage to Movie Maker, created a project and then burned to DVD no problem. (this was using an older JVC DV camcorder)
I want to archive my HD video clips to DVD and accept that they will no longer be in HD format. However i can create a storyboard from my clips using Movie Maker but when I try to burn, the encoding process freezes. (using Windows DVD maker)
My laptop is high spec and I have downloaded a 15 day trial of Nero but experienced similar results.
Can anyone tell me if this is a common fault and do I need some alternate software or do I need to down convert the files into AVI clips before starting the whole process?
Any advice would be appreciate as I am stuck....
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Thread: Burning HD video clips to DVD
Yep, it's common. It will take a while until all video applications works fine with all hd video standards.
But try export to DV-AVI in Windows Movie Maker and then convert the DV-AVI with Window DVD Maker or use other dvd applications like the free DVD Flick.
Or try some newer all-in-one HD editing and authoring apps like Vegas Movie Studio.
Thanks for the advice. Tried DVD Flix and worked