Have you got the Adobe Premiere Pro for usual editing video files or already upgraded it to the latest version Premiere CC? Some questions may still there when editing CC, just look at the following examples:
‘Premiere Pro CC 2014 won’t import Panasonic AF100 *.mts (avchd) files (wrong compression type). Previous version of CC has NO problem importing them WHATSOEVER. Paid CC Windows 7 x64. What’s the deal? Thank goodness I didn’t delete the previous version!!! Tried out of Explorer on Windows 7 AND from media browser from within CC 2014 – either way it won’t import!’
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Some conversion steps you may need to make your Panasonic AF100 MTS files accepted by Premiere Pro CC. Load your files in with ‘Add video’ button, then we can select our favorite output choice as ‘Adobe Premiere Pro’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’if you drop down the output list, you can easily find the item there.
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