1 Reply Latest reply on Jan 13, 2014 7:54 AM by A.T. Romano

    Wie brenne ich ein AVCHD - Projekt von 04:16:00 Stunden (EINE Datei) in qualitativ gute 2-3 DVDs ?




      als Neuling habe ich folgendes Problem:

      mein Urlaubsfilm Ägypten ist fertig geschnitten gute 4,5 Stunden lang. Als Projekt.


      Bevor ich ihn vertone:


      welche Schrittfolgen muss ich machen, damit ich aus EINER Datei nun ZWEI / DREI Dateien für das Brennen auf normale DVDs erstellen kann???


      Trotz intensiven Studiums vieler Quellen bin ich mom überfragt und erbitte Eure HIlfe!


      Vielen herzlichen Dank,



        • 1. Re: Wie brenne ich ein AVCHD - Projekt von 04:16:00 Stunden (EINE Datei) in qualitativ gute 2-3 DVDs ?
          A.T. Romano Level 7



          The translation is not good, but let us see if can overcome the language difference.


          IMPORTANT: What version of Premiere Elements do you have and on what computer operating system will it be running?


          1. What brand/model/settings are involved for the camera that recorded your Egypt video?

          What are the properties of this AVCHD video....audio compresion, audio channels, frame size, frame rate, interlaced or progressive, file extension?


          2. Where is the video now - internal memory of camera, SD or memory card of camera, something else?


          The basic steps that I see in this type of project include


          1. Knowing the properties of the source video so that you or the project can set up the correct project preset (project settings).

          Once we know that, then we can recommend the appropriate settings.



          2. Importing your source video and trimming it in the Preview Window with its Set In Set Out points to generate segments to be dragged to the Timeline and/or stored in media as subclips.



          3. Edit


          4. Export for DVD-VIDEO on DVD disc, keeping in mind...

          DVD 4.7 GB/120 minutes in reality is 4.38 GB not 4.7 GB.

          DVD 8.5 GB/240 minutes in reality is 7.95 GB not 8.5 GB.

          In the burn dialog, check the Quality Area readings for Space Required and Bitrate (Max. 8.00 Mbps)

          and work with "Fit Contents to Available Space" with check mark next to it.


          Let us start here. If you have further questions or need clarification on anything written, please do not hesitate to ask.


          Thank you.