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David Kinskey-Lebeda

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November 17th 2009
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Should I edit MTS files directly using Adobe Premiere or convert to h264 format?
by Eddie Rodriguez 8 years ago
Hi, I am a newbie and I am learning how to edit files and make movies using Adobe Premiere CS5. I have some footage recorded using Sony's HDR-AX2000 and the files are compressed using MTS. I know I ca
Re: Should I edit MTS files directly using Adobe Premiere or convert to h264 format?
by Steve Brame 8 years ago
MTS files ARE H.264 files. They will work fine if imported into the Project Panel directly without using the camera manufacturer's copy utility, except for possibly in one scenario...if you have any l
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David Kinskey-Lebeda liked this 7 years ago
MTS file format
by Syed Iqbal 7 years ago
Hi folks I have got a simple video editing job however the raw footage I have received is MTS format files shot by Canon. Even though I have handled a few video editing jobs in past, however, this is
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David Kinskey-Lebeda liked this 7 years ago
Re: MTS file format
by Greg Allen 6 years ago
I, too, am having an odd problem with MTS files...long ones. It seems anything over 8 minutes really freaks Premiere out. It lags horribly and sometimes won't play at all in the source window and then
Artifact left by Roughen Edges
by David Kinskey-Lebeda 10 years ago
Hello. I've used the COW as a source of info in the past, but this is my first post to it. I am struggling with getting an animation sequence in After Effects just right. I am creating a burning photo
Re: Artifact left by Roughen Edges
by David Kinskey-Lebeda 10 years ago
Sadly that doesn't fix the problem, and just set other effects to go crazy (CC Glass created an interesting and bloated effect being used after roughen edges). I have now resorted to just masking the
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