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charan kanAvid - way to import AVCHD .mts files in to Avid MC 5.0.3
by on Oct 6, 2012 at 9:39:57 am

hi
i am using avid media composer 5.0.3 on windows os 7.
1. Best and no cost, way to import AVCHD .mts files in to Avid MC 5.0.3

2. i need the Best Workflow of AVCHD files "recorded from Sony HD-CX160 " edited in avid MC 5.0.3 and the output format should be in "HD" Television broadcasting standards.
immediately Please.

Thanks


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Terence CurrenRe: Avid - way to import AVCHD .mts files in to Avid MC 5.0.3
by on Oct 6, 2012 at 6:13:21 pm

The best way is to update to 6.5 and you can open them via AMA. Then transcode selected material to the DNxHD flavor of your choice.

You can always create a separate startup drive, install the 30 day trial version of MC 6.5. Use it transcode all your footage, then go back to your 5.x version to edit.

If you go the import into 5 method, it is a painfully long import process.

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chris kingRe: Avid - way to import AVCHD .mts files in to Avid MC 5.0.3
by on Jun 13, 2013 at 7:38:01 am

Update the Avid to the recent version is the smart choice. And there are some AMA plug-ins launched to solve the importing problems, while when you transferring MTS files from CX160 to Avid MC, there are still some incompatible problems come up. If your AMA plugin doesn’t work well with the footage, you also directly reformat MTS files to Avid DNxHD and putting to Media Composer for editing.

A solution source from: http://www.computercare.ca/forum/showthread.php?t=32273

http://video-playback-tips.com/


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