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I have no experience with the Canon MTS files.
I still use the file joiner software that I mentioned earlier for my Panasonic MTS files.
I recently got a camera that records MOV files and those files don’t need to be joined.
If you put files end to end on the timeline and there is a stutter in the audio/video at the joint, the files need to be joined.
Give file joiner a try, it is really quite simple.
Hope that helps.
I have used a file joiner (free) from Igorware
I do a lot of long shoots with files broken into 3 to 5 pieces.
File Joiner will take the files right from the camera and join them into a file that you can give a new name. (don't forget to include the MTS extension on the new file name)
This software has worked perfectly for my work for the past 2 years.
Hope that helps
This may be too late but here it goes anyway.
You can send video (+ audio too) a long distance (300+ feet) over a Cat5 network cable.
I do it all the time at our church for a remote feed.
We don’t do the audio as we have the sanctuary audio already being distributed throughout the building.
All you need is the Cat5 network cable and two Baluns.
My baluns convert the Svideo signal to a Cat5 compatible signal.
So my connections are as follows:
Camera Svideo out via Svideo cable
Svideo cable into balun
Cat5 out of balun to the other balun
Svideo cable out of 2nd balun
Into the projector’s Svideo in port
I bought the baluns on eBay.
There are many versions for many types of signals so pick the type that best suits your needs.
Match the baluns with the best signal that the camera can send to the projector.
Hope that helps