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  1. I'm tackling a project that should be easy. I'm not a novice at DVD authoring but this has got me buffaloed.

    I have Panasonic DMC-ZS7 Lumix that records video as MPEG4 (H264) 1280x720 59.94fps with audio as Dolby AC3 48000Hz stereo 192Kbps. It puts it in a .MTS file.

    I want to create DVDs from these files.

    I have VideoReDo Plus 3-10-3-609 (not TVSuite), Ulead DVD Movie Factory (DMF) 6.00.0004.0, Handbrake 0.9.8 (2012071700).

    I realize that I need to get the .MTS transcoded to MPEG2 video with AC3 audio for the DVD. I have experimented with various settings using Handbrake but they all result in DMF showing that the file had no audio.

    When trying to directly import the .MTS files into DMF, DMF says that there's a file-type mismatch.

    I have tried Panasonic's PHOTOfunSTUDIO 5.0 that came with the camera. After I got around it crashing from jpegs that it didn't like in the "registered" folders, it wouldn't even display the .MTS files.

    I think all I need is the necessary parameters for Handbrake to create DVD compatible MPEG2s. Could someone help me with these Handbrake parameters?

    Or should I upgrade to VideoReDo TVSuite H.264?

    Or is there another solution?
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    Handbrake can't make any dvds. Skip it.

    Maybe try something free like avstodvd. It can also convvert to mpeg2 files so you can author the mpeg2 to a dvd with menus in dvd moviefactory.

    Or try the videoredo tvsuite trial. YOu don't need the h264 version.
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