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How to Import/Edit Sony Sony A57/A65 videos in Adobe Premier

Postby vivian68 » Fri Jun 15, 2012 10:45 am

How to Import/Edit Sony Sony A57/A65 videos in Adobe Premiere smoothly

Nowdays, more and more cameras can record full HD 1080 60p AVCHD files. If you'eve recorded your ideas or memory into HD videos with Sony A57/A65, you may also want to edit those AVCHD mts files in Adobe Premiere. But you may encounter some problems when you want to import Sony A57/A65 footages to Premiere for editing, like import it slowly, and couldn't edit videos smoothly.

So how to import/load video clips from Sony A57/A65 into Adobe Premiere for editing smoothly? The reason behind that you can't edit Sony AVCHD MTS files in Premiere smoothly is due to the format and codec. AVCHD MTS is a delivery codec rather than editing codec. The best method to solve those problems is to transcode Sony AVCHD mts footages to Adobe Premiere native format, for instance, the WMV format. The following passage guides you how to convert Sony A57/A65 AVCHD MTS to WMV for Adobe Premiere.

Required Software:
Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter - a top Sony AVCHD MTS Converter for Premiere

The Sony Video Converter comes with supports for a wide range of video editing software and media devices, including Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Cyberlink PowerDirector, Avid, Magix Movie Edit Pro, Windows Movie Maker.

How to Convert/Transfer Sony A57/A65 AVCHD footages into Adobe Premiere for editing smoothly

Step 1. Free download and run the Sony A57/A65 Video Converter for Premiere and import AVCHD mts files to the program.

Step 2. Click format bar to choose output format for Premiere, here I recommend you choose Adobe Premiere -> WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv).

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PS: You can click settings button to adjust output parameters, such as resolution, bitrate, etc.

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Step 3. Start the conversion from Sony AVCHD MTS footages to WMV for Adobe Premiere.

After conversion completes, you can easily import Sony A57/A65 AVCHD mts files into Adobe Premiere for smoothly editing as you want.

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Re: How to Import/Edit Sony Sony A57/A65 videos in Adobe Pre

Postby vivian68 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 9:03 am

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