“I came across your product suite tonight when looking for a solution for Panasonic DMC-ZS7 MTS to DVD. Pavtube DVD Creator looks like a perfect fit but as I continued to look around I wondered if I should look at something more flexible? I also have TiVos…”
The user-friendly DVD burning software Pavtube DVD Creator lets you create playable DVD from pictures, music and various video types, including AVI, MKV, WMV, MOV, MTS, M2TS, TiVo, MOD, TOD, etc. This flexible DVD creator also provides you with plenty of editing features to personalize your DVD. You can freely trim videos by setting the start and end times and crop the video screen size to discard needless screen by modifying the frame size. Also you can add text or a picture watermark to brand your output DVD, and adjust video effects like saturation, contrast, hue, etc. The following guide shows how to burn Panasonic AVCHD (Lite) MTS to playable DVD. You may follow the same steps to create your own DVD with TiVo recordings.
Create Video DVD from Panasonic AVCHD (Lite) MTS Video files
Step 1. Import AVCHD .MTS/.M2TS files to DVD Creator.
To import AVCHD video files or pictures to DVD Creator, you can either drag and drop source MTS files to source area or select “Import Files” from the drop-down list of Quick Start menu.
Tip: When loading .tivo files for burning DVD, you have to set “Media Access Key” first because TiVo files are protected. Find details in Option.
Step 2. Arrange DVD titles and chapters.
Each file is recognized as a chapter after being imported to DVD Creator. To add new title to DVD Creator, press the “Add Title” button at the bottom of source file area. Use Move Up and Move Down button to arrange chapters and titles in proper order to form your DVD main movie. Edit Video Clip (Trim, Crop, Watermark, etc) if necessary.
Step 3. Customize DVD Menu.
Press “Menu” tab to enter DVD Menu interface. There are menu templates for you to use. To use a preset menu template from DVD Creator, simply double-click on the template. When/if you don’t need DVD menu, use “No Menu” from Menu Templates area.
You may also customize DVD menu in your own way. This includes changing the DVD menu template/style, menu text, display aspect ratio and background for the DVD menu. You can also set chapter mark, and playback mode. Read details in Customize DVD Menu.
Step 4. Preview Created DVD-Video.
Once the menu has been decided you can preview how it will look in DVD Creator. Press “Preview” tab and your DVD video will be played just like on a DVD player. The control buttons here are corresponded with the keys on remote control.
Step 5. Burn Video DVD
Switch to “Burn” screen when you finished authoring DVD and feel like to burn created DVD-video onto a writable DVD (or ISO image) that will plays on standard DVD player after burning. DVD Creator writes content to single-layer 4.7GB and dual layer 8.5GB DVDs. At the bottom of main interface you can set DVD-5(D5) or DVD-9 (D9) as target disc type.