I have previously owned a video camera which was not compatible with PC. I used a very sophisticated video controller which also added music. I now have a Panasonic camera HDCTM300 with HD writer AE 1.0 software,cannot add music and then burn to C.D with this software. I can add it afterwards using my video controller but then I have defeated the object of using the software, Is there any possibility that I can download a later version which will work with this camera and add music. I have also nero on my P.C. CAN I USE THIS.
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I use a panny which produces AVCHD video and use Powerdirector to add all sound effects (church bells, traffic, bird songs and so on) plus a couple of extra tracks for music.
Its quite easy to just drag and drop the sound files (vob, wav, mp3 etc) into the software and it has some pretty simple audi editing tool as well.
once done - you click the "produce DVD" and hey presto.
Thank you this looks interesting I will have a look at this I had an older version which I cannot use on windows7 but it was not that sophisticated
In answer to your other query I have a keene video controller the camera and a stereo are connected the outlet to a DVD recorder. levers are used to control the sound video and music track. But because it uses scart sockets it is analogue so defeats the object of having H.D. Also scenes cannot be moved and titles cannot be added