Mixing resolutions is not so bad, but mixing different framerate can cause issues.
If the end product is DVD drop everything in a PAL or NTSC (depending of wich country you live in) SD project.
Export to a DVD a folder or image to watch on pc then burn to disk.
That sounds sensible, Ann. Just make them uniform, you mean?
Thanks a lot.
For burning to DVD, you should use SD project settings. It may cause your 1280x720 sized clip to show letter boxing(black bands on top and bottom)
If you wish to burn AVCHD on DVD, the quality will be much higher, but you will have to compensate on the amount of content that can be burnt.
Thank you for your post.
I think I know what you mean: a thick black frame around the clip?
Can I ask: is AVCHD the 'heaviest' (best quality) type of file compared to the others? The alternatives I can see are: Publish+Share | Computer | Flash (or MPEG, or AVCHD, or AVI, or Windows, or Quick Time).
You need a good converter to make pal into ntsc or vv.
No point in using avchd on a dvd disk. Your smallest clip is 640x360.
This clip might not even look good on a dvd which is either 720x 576/480 (depending on which country you live in; which is??)
Stick to a SD project and maybe choose some different footage to work with.
That's what I am having to learn, Ann: which frame size goes best with which file format (AVCHD, MPEG, AVI, Windows, Quick Time) for burning to DVDs, though I am getting considerable help from this forum .
In the UK here.