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Kenneth Maultsby
Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 22, 2017 at 12:52:23 am

I know you can start editing with out transcoding in Premier but would it be better to transcode to a different format? I am using a PC and record a lot of AVCHD footage what format should transcode to without losing quality? Should use a .wav file or other. This not for youtube.


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Shane Ross
Re: Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 22, 2017 at 2:18:14 am

DNxHD 145...or Cineform. Any conversion will lose some quality, but these are pretty good formats... DNxHD 145 is used for broadcast work as a final delivery codec, and Cineform is a fairly lossless codec as well.

.WAV is an audio format...

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Kenneth Maultsby
Re: Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 22, 2017 at 2:52:31 am

Yep was thinking MP4


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Ann Bens
Re: Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 22, 2017 at 2:38:50 pm

If your machine can handle avchd then there is no point in transcoding.

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Kenneth Maultsby
Re: Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 23, 2017 at 12:14:05 am

What I am worried about is when I do color grade or Chroma keying and multiple layering with AVCHD material. I have tested on my new machine but I don't want to get surprised.


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Kenneth Maultsby
Re: Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 23, 2017 at 12:16:59 am

That should read I have not tested.


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Ann Bens
Re: Encoding AVCHD mts files to another format us PC
on Jul 23, 2017 at 11:51:24 am

Avchd is what it is.
Transcoding to another format will be easier to edit but wont give you any extra info.
If you do decide to transcode make sure you have enough disk space.
You could consider using proxies.

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