So my friend and I are filming a show. We were using two lav mics and a mixer and all that came video/audio turned out fine but when we switched to using just her lav it seemed to be having trouble connecting to the camera and there was a slight humming sound in the background, when recording.
So anyway, I converted these files into avi so they would play in adobe premiere because it wont play the MTS files (plays video but no sound). But these specific avi files recorded using her lav mic play fine in Windows Media Player but when imported into Adobe Premiere Pro, all you hear is the buzzing and the voices are distorted.
Did you keep your original MTS video? When converting MTS file to Adobe Premiere Pro, you’d better keep the original video size, bitrate, frame rate, audio channel. For your converted AVI files, I don’t think it’s a good format for Adobe editing. As a container format it may contain some video/audio codec that Adobe Premiere can’t support. If you didn’t have your original MTS videos, you may try to reconvert your AVI to MPEG-2 for Premiere. Hope it can work.