How to burn Canon HF10/XA10 MTS files to DVD for DVD player?

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How to burn Canon HF10/XA10 MTS files to DVD for DVD player?

Postby vivian68 » Tue Jul 31, 2012 11:06 am

How to burn Canon HF10/XA10 MTS files to DVD for DVD player?

Summary: This guide will tell you how to easily burn Canon HF10/XA10 recorded MTS footages to DVD for playback and backup.

Canon HF10 and XA10 camcorders are very popular in the photography market, they offers excellent video quality; fast focus; compact, attractive, and comfortable design. Canon's first flash-based camcorder, the Canon Vixia HF10, delivers excellent HD video quality and performance in a tiny package. And the XA10 Professional Camcorder allows users to record up to 24 hours of clear high definition video to a 64GB internal flash drive or to two SDXC-compatible memory cards.
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You must have used canon HF10 or XA10 camcorders recorded many HD footages, you may like to burn HF10/XA10 MTS files to DVD for backup, and it's great for sharing with others.

How to burn Canon HF10/XA10 MTS files to DVD so put them in DVD player for playback?

Here I recommend using free Pavtube DVD Creator, it's a free software which can help you to burn HF10/XA10 MTS to DVD ISO/Disc for backup or DVD Player. Below is a brief guide for you.

1.Free download Pavtube DVD Creator, install and run this free HF10/XA10 MTS to DVD converter, import the MTS files to the software.
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2.Click the import button to load your MTS footages, you can click Add title button to add more titles.s

3.Switch to Menu pane. Double-click a DVD menu beneath the Menu Template to apply it to your DVD. You can customize the background video/image, background music, text, title thumbnail and more for your DVD menu.
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4.Click the Burn button to start burning HF10/XA10 MTS to DVD. You can choose to Burn HF10/XA10 MTS to DVD disc, save HF10/XA10 MTS as ISO file, or Generate HF10/XA10 MTS to DVD Folder.
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Now you can follow the steps above and have a try. You can also follow the Canon column or MTS column on Pavtube website to know more solutions.
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