Many modern video cameras record footage in the AVCHD format, this creates MTS files that you may need to import into Premiere to edit together. In this article, we explain a way of encoding Sony 3NL AVCHD MTS files for editing in Premiere smoothly.
Category: Video format conversion
If for any reason you need to convert Sony DSC-T7 AVCHD mts files for instant editing in FCP X, you may have interest in this guide. It explains how to transcode Sony DSC-T7 AVCHD media to FCP X preferred ProRes codec.
For whatever reason if you have problems importing Sony DSC-TX5 AVCHD mts files into Final Cut Pro X, we would suggest making new Apple ProRes media that is FCP X friendly.
Would it be better to transcode Sony DSC-W370 AVCHD MTS files to an editing friendly format for use in Adobe Premiere? If your machine can handle Sony DSC-W370 AVCHD then there is no point in transcoding. If not, you will need to transcode Sony DSC-W370 MTS video for a smooth workflow in Premiere.
Cannot import Sony DSC-HX20V MXF footage into FCP X? This issue may happen due to various reasons. Here in this tutorial, we present a way of encoding Sony DSC-HX20V MXF files to ProRes 422 for working with FCP X flawlessly.
If you have difficulty with editing Sony ILCE-5000L AVCHD footage in Avid Media Composer, you may try to convert Sony ILCE-5000L mts clips to DNxHD first. Not ideal to have to go through an extra step, but it does work.
Getting an unsupported error message while loading Sony C3K AVCHD MTS files into Adobe Premiere Pro? This issue can be solved via transcoding the footage to a file type that is best suitable for Premiere.
FCP X won’t import Leica V-Lux 4 AVCHD mts files after upgraded to macOS High Sierra? You can solve the issue via transcoding Leica V-Lux 4 AVCHD footage to Apple ProRes codec encoded MOV format.
Depending on your rig’s capabilities, you may get stuck in editing Fujifilm X-A5 MXF video clips in iMovie for Mac. If that’s the case, transcoding Fujifilm X-A5 MXF media into AIC .mov will ensure a better playback/editing experience in iMovie.
Cannot import Sony DSC-S90 MXF footage into FCP X? This issue may happen due to various reasons. Here in this tutorial, we present a way of encoding Sony DSC-S90 MXF files to ProRes 422 for working with FCP X flawlessly.