Not many years ago our fastest PC would take about 6 hours to create the DVD "image" which we would then record to DVD in the next hour.
I can assure you that machines and dvd recorders are much faster now but conversion takes time. But people watch TV and see an actor press a button and the video is enhanced and the DVD pops out in 20 seconds.
Back to how I make a DVD. I do NOT have the Canon. But if their product is defective did you contact them for a fix or replacement? Also, does Video DVD creation (the feature) come with said camcorder?
I bought a CANON HG-10 camcorder. Now, I try to convert videos downloaded from camcorder to my PC that have extension MT2S into a full length movie, copy to a DVD, using corel conversion software.
Firstly, it took like 3-4 hrs for the conversion, which I am unsure of.
Secondly, after the DVD is done, it is ejected. As I put it back and try to play it, not sure again why, real-player was used and perhaps I do not have the latest version of real-player, it failed and was processing forever. I forcefully stopped and ejected.
Now again, I tried to run it with default program/software by the name ulead (I assume that this is part of corel software), and this time again it takes forever and does not play.
Then, I decided to save the file used to copy into DVD in my VAIO Laptop which has Vista as OS, and run it from there. Now it plays only one of the selected videos, but with horrible and unacceptable audio quality. Video and audio NEVER sync.
As this is a second way I tried to copy into DVD and failed, first being windows media player - I am frustrated. Any help/guidance would be greatly appreciated. Even relevant links(I could not find anything specific to my problem) would do.