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Yeah, i was under the impression that premiere cs 5 wouldnt even allow you to install on a windows 32 bit machine. Anyway, something that hasnt been really spelled out is that it is best to copy the whole AVCHD folder from your card. For one thing, for me, it makes the “analyze content” option available for the avchd clips, and ive heard that for some others their footage wouldnt import without doing this.
For my panasonic GH2 it’s in a folder called PRIVATE/AVCHD/