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,
Recently many Sony NEX-5N users asked me how to import Sony NEX-5N 1080p 60p AVCHD videos to Adobe Premiere for editing. One of them asked: I just got a Sony Nex 5N camera – it shoots 1080p 60p HD movies in AVCHD format. I really enjoy the full HD videos; however, when I drag and import the AVCHD files into Premiere CS5.5 timeline, they immediately need rendering, and the timeline becomes
Canon XF Camcorders (including XF100/XF105/XF300/XF305) and EOS C300 are more and more popular among us. But as we know, they recorded video file is MXF format, a not good editable format for Final Cut Pro 6/7 and FCP X. We will meet some troubles when we import Canon XF100/XF105/XF300/XF305 and even the latest C300 MXF redordings to FCP. The reason is the MXF format is not the FCP compatible video format.
I'm using this camera at 3 month. It's really amazing taking pictures at night both inside and outside. With stabilizing the camera, shooting at night landscape I can get very clear images. It's very easy to setup the camera even the shortcuts at the manual mode. The recording in HD resolution has a good quality, even seen on Full HD LED TV. But the recorded file is AVCHD format. That means the 1080/60i MTS/M2TS recordings are can't be edited directly in iMovie on Mac OS X like NEX-5N and NEX-7.
Do you have some MXF recordings from Canon HD Camcorders like XF105, XF300, XF305, ect? If so, do you want to copy Canon 1080i MXF files to new iPad 3 for enjoying? In this article, we will talk about how to transfer and watch Canon XF105/XF300/XF305 MXF movies on new iPad 3.
As we know, the iPad 3 playable video formats are also limited at .m4v, .mp4, and .mov file formats. Thus, if you want to play MXF movies from Canon on new iPad 3, you need to convert MXF to iPad 3 firstly. I