Edit Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD MTS/M2TS in Adobe Premiere

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Edit Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD MTS/M2TS in Adobe Premiere

Postby lucy198754 » Tue Jul 10, 2012 2:46 am

If you are the Sony NEX-VG10 users, you may meet some troubles about VG10 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro importing.

I have problem with my Sony Next-VG 10 camera. When if film, my camera is getting AVCHD videos. But when I use the Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 to edit the AVCHD, the program refused the file. What I should do with this problem.

The issue from a Sony Next-VG 10 users. We can know the user want to transfer Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 for editing, but he or she failed. As we all know, the Premiere Pro CS3 is so old that it never knew AVCHD was coming that means the Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 cannot recognize the AVCHD at all. In fact, if you upgrade your Premiere Pro Cs3 to CS5/CS5.5/CS6 and buy a AVCHD to Avid Plugin, you may succesfully get Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro for editing. but which will wast you a long time and much money. Then how to copy and edit Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD in Premiere Pro CS3? In this article, we will shae the easy way with you.

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You can go to Google and download a powerful AVCHD to Premiere Pro Converter to help you convert Sony AVCHD to MPEG-2 best compatible video format for Premiere Pro. I am using Brorsoft AVCHD MTS/M2TS Converter, the AVCHD to MPEG-2 Converter. Which can fastly and easily transcode Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD MTS/M2TS to MPEG-2 for editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CS3/CS/4/CS4/CS5.5/CS6 with best quality.

STEP 1: Launch the MTS/M2TS Converter and load the MTS/M2TS files to it.
Tip: If you wanna join multiple MTS/M2TS files into one file, please tick the "Merge into one" box.

STEP 2: Click on Format, and from the dropdown menu, select Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg) as output for Adobe Premiere Pro CS3. You can set the output folder as you need.

STEP 3: Click the “Settings” icon and you’d better set the video size as 1920*1080, video frame rate as 24fps or 23.976fps to keep the best quality for editing Sony NEX-VG10 MTS in Premiere Pro CS3.

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STEP 4: Start to convert Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD to MPEG-2 for Premiere Pro CS3 via click the “Convert” icon.

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After the conversion, get the MPEG-2 video from the output folder. Later, you can import Sony NEX-VG10 AVCHD to Premiere Pro CS3 for further editing without any trouble.

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