Originally Posted by Joseph Clark
Are you talking about MF5 or VS10+? Could you give us a step by step for how you've done this?
I've been using MF5. What seems to work with the Canon HV10 is:
1) get an MPEG2 transport or program stream from the camera to the PC using CapDVHS for the entire video tape region of interest, all in one capture.
2) edit as desired using for example Sony Vegas Movie Studio + DVD Platinum Edition, rendering to an HDV-1440 60i .m2t file. Presumably Womble MPEG2VCR would also work.
3) open Ulead MF5
4) select New Project
5) select HDDVD under Create a Video Disc
6) bring up the project options (gear icon near lower left)
7) select the HD-1440 profile
8) click Customize
9) on the Compression tab
9a) set the quality slider to 100%
9b) under audio, select MPEG
9c) under audio, select 384kbps
9d) select "do not convert compliant MPEG files"
10) click OK on the Customize and Compression settings.
11) rename the .m2t file with a .mpg extension
12) drag the mpg file to the film window
13) continue with step 3d of your guide at the beginning of this thread