AVCHD with Ulead 11.5

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      Anonymous
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      I am using Ulead Studio 11.5. It was working fine, we would video tape our church service onto a VHS tape, I would use a capture device and then plug it into the Ulead program and edit with overlays and text. We started using a Panasonic AGHMC 70P with AVCHD onto a 16 gb pg sdhc card. I can captureoff the card but when I putthe video file into the timeline it will run slow and/or freeze. I have tried to change the settings for HD but cannot get the file to run in the time line so I can edit it. It will run in the library but not the timeline.

      Now when I am using the old video camera/VHS tapethe program will work but will take over 10 hours to burn an hour DVD.

      NOTE: Working on a HP Pavillon/triple coreprocessor with 2 or 3 gigs of ram. My graphics card is reading a score of 3 (windows vista)….can this have anything to do with this problem?

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      CraftersOfLight
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      Have you visited Corel (uLead) to see if there are any updates available for your software? I would give that a try first.

      Also,my experience with AVCHD is that because of it’s compression factor it is very CPU intensive to decode and display realtime in your editor. If updating your PC is an issue, there are several format converters out there that you can use to change your files to a more standard format that will make your editing easier.

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