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Old January 19th, 2010, 08:03 AM   #1
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Hallo to the forum. I'm a new HMC151 user here in Italy. I came from CANON XH-A1 (sold...) and the solid state workflow is a dream for me. But after few test and conversion I have found a great issue: I can't print to SDHC a video file with AVCCAM Viewer! I select the HDD directory with the video file inside but nothing is recognized. Maybe the AVCCAM Viewer search for metadata? But how can I build these infos? The bundled Edius Neo 2 Booster doesn't create them. Please help me! Thank you in advance.
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Old January 27th, 2010, 12:21 PM   #2
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Did you capture the files with the original structure? If not it won't work.
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Old January 28th, 2010, 02:23 PM   #3
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Yes. I did captured with the original structure but after the editing with Edius I obtain a new file .MTS. If I try to print this file to SD the AVCCAM VIEWER isn't capable to CREATE and MERGE it to existing files on SD. I think this is a CLEAR issue of the AVCCAM VIEWER!
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Old February 3rd, 2010, 04:48 AM   #4
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Here below I attach the answer received from Japan. I hope will help you.


Dear customer,

Thank you very much for supporting Panasonic Professional AV products.
We apologize the inconvenience of AVCHD viewer.

The reason for the AVCCAM viewer does not recognize the AVCHD file which
is output from Edius Neo is as follows.

AVCCAM viewer recognizes the AVCHD file inside the folder structure of
\PRIVATE\AVCHD\BDMV\STREAM with some other branch folders. Inside STREAM
folder, there should be the actual file whose extension is ".mts" or
".M2ts" .
On the other hand, Edius Neo outputs only the actual file whose
extension is ".mts" or ".M2ts" .

For this reason, you need to set the file inside the proper folder
structure for the AVCCAM viewer to recognize.

The following is the recommended method to set it. Please try it.

1. Prepare an empty SD or SDHC card.
2. Format the SD/SDHC card by HMC150. Then the folder
\PRIVATE\AVCHD\BDMV\STREAM is created automatically inside the SD/SDHC
card.
3. Set this SD/SDHC card in PC. Then copy the file from Edius Neo
(*****.mts or *****.m2ts) and paste it in STREAM folder in SD/SDHC card.
4. Start up "AVCCAM Restorer" which is installed in the PC at the same
time of AVCCAM viewer installation.
5. Restore the SDHC card by AVCCAM Restorer. Then the the folder
structure is recreated to be proper one.
6. This restored folder should be recognized by AVCCAM viewer.

We apologize to take your time and appreciate your cooperation.

Best Regards,

--------------------------------------------
PASS Support Team
sav.p2support.pavc@ml.jp.panasonic.com
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