Panasonic AVCHD Converter - Convert HDC-SD9 M2TS to Adobe Premiere

Panasonic AVCHD Converter - Convert HDC-SD9 M2TS to Adobe Premiere

If you have Panasonic HDC-SD9 camcorder to record 1080i 17Mbps video to SDHC memory card, you may find the recorded videos in .m2ts file format. Sony Vegas Pro 8 does not support this AVCHD file, not even Adobe Premiere or Pinnacle Studio 11.

After searching for the best and fast solution, I find Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter the recommended Panasonic AVCHD converter to bring .m2ts files from HDC-SD9 to Adobe Premiere, and even other non-linear editing software. You may follow the steps below to get your .mts or .m2ts files to edit HD videos in Adobe Premiere. Here I take HDC-SD9 .m2ts as an example.

Step 1. Load Panasonic HD videos to Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter.
Transfer Panasonic DMC-ZS10 HD videos to computer hard drive via USB cable. Run Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter as the best Panasonic M2TS converter, and click the "Add" button to load .m2ts videos.

Step 2. Choose HD WMV output format.
Click the "Format" option, and choose Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > WMV (VC-1)(*.wmv), and the default video codec is WMV3.

Step 3. Convert Panasonic MTS to WMV for WMM.
Click the convert button under the preview window, the M2TS to WMV converter will transcode Panasonic 1080i M2TS to WMV3 for editing in Adobe Premiere. The converter will deinterlace and remove interlacing artifacts by default.

Well, all can be done with just 3 simple steps to make AVCHD videos compatible to non-linear editing software.

You can also choose .mpg or .mov for Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Pinnacle Studio. If you are using non-linear editing software like Final Cut Pro, FCE on Mac OS X like Tiger, Leopard and Snow Leopard, just try the Mac Panasonic AVCHD converter.

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