Where are the Auidio/ Video Settings

Capture tells me to adjust the Audio/Video settings. Where are these settings and what do I set them to.

Set the Easy Setup to AVCHD 1920x1080i  50 or 60 for PAL or NTSC respectively.
Save a Project with these settings assuming your footage is AVCHD.
File>Log and Transfer over USB should do the job.

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