One of my friends has just bought a Panasonic HDC-SD60 to take fantastic High Def footage. And the videos play back the scenes seamlessly on the camcorder. However, when he tried to use the supplied Panasonic HD Writer AE to burn the movie to a DVD on his PC, the resulting DVD does not play perfectly on a DVD player. The picture freezes for a couple of seconds, and the image is slightly burry.
You may also have other problems making camcorder videos accessible to Windows DVD Maker, and Aunsoft Video Converter is the recommended Panasonic HD video converter for you to import the recorded videos to Windows DVD Maker with perfect video and audio synchronization, and make it easy to burn DVD with Windows DVD Maker or other free DVD burner tools.
Below are the simple steps to convert Panasonic HDC-SD60 AVCHD videos to WMV for Windows DVD Maker on Windows 7 for perfect playback on DVD player, instead of the in-box Panasonic HD Writer AE.
Step 1. Load Panasonic SD60 videos to Aunsoft Video Converter.
Use USB cable to connect Panasonic HDC-SD60 camcorder to computer and transfer the .mts files from camcorder to hard drive. Run Aunsoft Video Converter as the Panasonic SD60 video converter, and click the "Add" button to load 1080i .mts videos.
Step 2. Choose WMV HD output format.
Click the "Format" option, and choose HD Video > WMV HD(*.wmv) as output format, and the Panasonic HD video converter will transcode High Def 1080i MTS to HD WMV with original 1920x1080.
Step 3. Convert Panasonic SD60 HD video to WMV3 for DVD Maker.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Panasonic HD video converter will convert SD60 HD Video to WMV with WMV3 as video codec, which is compatible to Windows DVD Maker.
Step 4. Burn Panasonic HD video to DVD.
Run Windows DVD Maker, and click "Add" button to load the HD WMV videos, and click the "Next" button to choose menu style. Then you can import the HD videos to Windows DVD Maker, and arrange the sequences, the title and chapters with creative menus.
1. With Windows DVD Maker, you can burn DVD with no more than 150 minutes. It is recommended that you keep the video time length and the video size to 4.38GB for a DVD5 disc and 7.95GB for a DVD9 disc.
2. As Windows DVD Maker is only available for Windows Vista and Windows 7, you may use ImgBurn to burn the output HD videos to DVD.