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How to convert/transfer AVCHD camcorder video to DVD on Mac?
 

How to convert/transfer AVCHD camcorder video to DVD on Mac?

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Guide to burn AVCHD file to DVD MPEG-2, or convert AVCHD video to iDVD MOV, MP4, free software to create DVDs, play AVCHD on DVD player for Mac.

Guide to burn AVCHD file to DVD MPEG-2, or convert AVCHD video to iDVD MOV, MP4, free software to create DVDs, play AVCHD on DVD player for Mac.

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    How to convert/transfer AVCHD camcorder video to DVD on Mac? How to convert/transfer AVCHD camcorder video to DVD on Mac? Document Transcript

    • How to Convert AVCHD File to DVD on Mac with AVCHD Video to DVD Converter Convert AVCHD (HD camcorder Video) to DVD or burn AVCHD Files to DVDs with iDVD freeware for enjoy on DVD player Guide to burn AVCHD file to DVD MPEG-2, or convert AVCHD video to iDVD MOV, MP4, free software to create DVDs, play AVCHD on DVD player for Mac. Apple iDVD is really a good freeware to create and burn a DVD with high speed and multi functions. So you are eager to import your favourite HD camcorder videos (AVCHD format) in iDVD yet it seems that you can’t import AVCHD format into the free program directly. Doremisoft AVCHD to iDVD Converter can help you solve this little problem. Just easy clicks convert AVCHD files to iDVD formats quickly, like AVI DVD, MOV and MP4 formats, then create your AVCHD video to DVDs with iDVD at will. Let’s do it now. How to convert/transfer AVCHD camcorder video to DVD on Mac? Ready: Save HD camera video to your computer. Plug in your camcorder to your computer and save the video file that you need to burn. Part One: Convert AVCHD video to iDVD supported formats 1.Load AVCHD Video Download Doremisoft AVCHD Converter and launch this application. Click the Add File button to insert your saved AVCHD file from your computer.
    • 2.Choose output format Click the "Profile" menu and find the iDVD format you like.
    • 3.Edit AVCHD video if you need or bypass Click the "Clip" button to shrink/trim your HD camera video or click the Edit button to edit your HD video effects. 4.Convert AVCHD video Click the "Start" button to start converting AVCHD video to iDVD. Part Two: Use iDVD to burn converted AVCHD video to DVD 5.Open the iDVD tool Tip1: iDVD lies under the Machintosh HD icon from the Applications folder. 6.Click "Create a new project" to create a new project.
    • Make sure to select the correct aspect ratio. Then name your project. 7.Select a DVD menu theme for your DVD. Each template comes with an entry theme and other screens with accompanying chapters 8.Rename the title of the iDVD movie with your unique style. 9. Drag pictures and music into these blank boxes (Under the Tabs icon, you can see the Drag Zones). Tip2: You can also add music from you r iTunes to your DVD menu. 10.Now, drag the converted AVCHD videos into the movie drop zone of the selected template and you will see them to be put on the menu for the DVD. 11.Burn AVCHD video to DVDs by clicking Burn. For more video tutorials how to create and burn a DVD from Apple at Tip3: AVCHD and Blu-ray Players AVCHD is compatible with most Blu-ray players. Absolutely, Sony and Panasonic Blu-ray players come first since they developed AVCHD, in particular, Sony BDP-S1, Sony BDP-S300, Sony BD507, the Panasonic DMP-BD10, the Panasonic DMP-BD30K, the Panasonic DMP-BD35, the Panasonic DMP-BD60K, the Panasonic DMP-BD80K, and the Playstation 3 etc. can all play AVCHD discs,
    • while other manufacturers do not always provide reliable AVCHD compatibility. Apart from playing back AVCHD discs, some Panasonic and JVC Blu-Ray Disc players also supports AVCHD playback from SDHC memory cards.