DOES ANY EDITION SOFTWARE SUPORTS AG-HMC70 PANASONIC?

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    • #44035
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      Hi there, three moths ago I bought the AG-HMC70P PANASONIC hoping to get into high tech at low price,,, how ever, after I received the camera, I have been able to go around to try it, but I havent been able to edit what I record… Does any good quality editing software suportMTS files.. Can you help me out? Its a bit frustrating to get a new camera and not being able to watch what you record!!!!

    • #184586
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      try converting with Xvid4PSP or changing the extension to something that works in your editor

    • #184587
      AvatarNormanWillis
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      Nobody here likes it, but Cineform NeoScene is the best (and worth every penny). $129.00 at Videoguys.com, and it makes AVCHD so that you can edit it on a laptop.

    • #184588
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      Does vegas 8 pro suport this format ?

    • #184589
      AvatarAnonymous
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      yes Vegas Pro does. Download the 30 day trial from sony and try it out yourself

    • #184590
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      If you use final cut, you don’t even have to bother with formats. all you need to do is capture your video. Should work with your<span style=”font-size: 13px; line-height: 20px;”>AG-HMC70P</span>

      <p style=”margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px Helvetica;”>imgres.jpgFinal cut -> 200$ at the apple store! Hey, btw are you 32 years old?;)

    • #184591
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      Sorry for all that scrap :O

    • #184592
      AvatarKen
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      I recently purchased an HMC-150, fully aware that dealing with the footage might be difficult. I installed updates to FCP, making it current. The footage now transfers straight to FCP and is a breeze to edit.

    • #184593
      AvatarAnonymous
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      With a few exceptions, I’m sure, the majority of up-to-date releases of software support AVC. Adobe CS4 does, vegas pro, FC, etc. the key is finding the one for your budget, a little online reasearch at the manufacturer’s website should help you out. Also, don’t be afraid to call or do the online chatty thing to get specific questions answered.

    • #184594
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      TDedmonSBP, i tryiedwith premier pro CS4 but when I tryto get the MTS file intoedition, a message apears as “format no allowed”… do you knowhowit works withthe CS4? Yes, you are right, this weekend I tryied the Vegas and it works fine. Thanks for the advice!

    • #184595
      AvatarAnonymous
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      It is entirely possible that the specific coding of Panasonic’s AVCHD is different than Canon’s but I have been using a Canon HF10 as my secondary camera editing in CS4 for a few months now and have never had any problems. Try Adobe’s website and make sure all of your packets are up to date. Other than that I would say, they usually have a “chat with a knowledgable so-and-so” button. They might be able to direct you through the program better than I.

      I will say to edit it properly, I have to render once I get it in the timeline before I do anything else, but it sounds like you can’t even get the clip that far.

      good luck I hope that helps.

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