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Dave Kind November 9th, 2007 04:58 PM

Editing Software
 
Anyone using any really good editing software that really supports the AVCHD M2TS file format?

David Saraceno November 9th, 2007 06:46 PM

I really don't know of anything that is troublefree.

AVCHD, I don't believe, can be edited natively, so everything has to be transcoded on either platform.

Someone may correct me, but that's my understanding.

Stephen Eastwood November 10th, 2007 08:19 PM

Vegas 8 works, but no pulldown for the hg10 from what I hear. Only a problem if you shoot 24P and with a Canon HG10.

Dave Kind November 10th, 2007 08:21 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Stephen Eastwood (Post 773445)
Vegas 8 works, but no pulldown for the hg10 from what I hear. Only a problem if you shoot 24P and with a Canon HG10.

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Thanks for the Info.

Ron Evans November 10th, 2007 09:01 PM

Vegas 8 and Edius 4.5 will edit native AVCHD on the timeline and on my AMD 4200X2 ( not a fast dual core by todays standards) will play back fine. These NLE's will also manage AVCHD, HDV and DV in a mixed project with DVD output. As an example export to DVD from the Edius timeline to DVD Creator( Edius built in DVD authoring and burning) is about realtime before DVD burn time.

Ron Evans

Ron Evans November 11th, 2007 09:30 AM

CORRECTION to my above post as I got my files mixed up a bit. AVCHD in Edius takes about 6 times realtime to encode usable but not great. I had mixed up some SD MPEG files from the SR7 when I did the test!!!!! Vegas is a lot faster, will play fine on the timeline and encode to MPEG 2 for DVD in about 2.5 times realtime. Apologies for the confusion!!!

Ron Evans

Dave Kind November 11th, 2007 10:15 AM

Looks like right now it's Vegas 8 that I will try.

Laurence Kingston November 11th, 2007 06:45 PM

I have a P4 3.06 which manages something like 4fps with AVCHD in Vegas 8. I get around this by using the excellent VASST Gearshift script.


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