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Re: Problem with converting AVCHD-video (.MTS) for after effects

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Jim ArcoRe: Problem with converting AVCHD-video (.MTS) for after effects
by on May 22, 2012 at 11:21:06 am

AVCHD is supported natively in AE CS 4, according to Adobe's website.

However, I now remember there were some decoding issues with footage from certain model cameras. (Some cameras do not flag their streams correctly or add additional, non-standard data that confuses AE.) These incompatibilities were fixed in various updates.

First make sure you have all the current updates for After Effects. Otherwise, the workaround is converting the footage to another format. Google "AVCHD converter" and you'll find a ton of applications that do just that.


Jim


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