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Posts: 4
Registered: 26.11.2009
26.11.09 06:56:04
I have MPEG.TS files from a Sony HDR-CX106 which I can't import in Adobe Premiere CS3.
So I bought AVS Video Convertor, but now I can't find the right settings to convert in the best quality.
I've tried a lot of settings but no one is satisfying me.
The most Premiere didin't understood or the quality is terrible.
Or audio is not included.
In Europe we use PAL
Here my Premiere settings

Editing mode: DV PAL
Timebase: 25,00 fps

Video Settings
Frame size: 720h 576v (1,422)
Frame rate: 25,00 frames/second
Pixel Aspect Ratio: D1/DV PAL Widescreen 16:9 (1.422)
Fields: Lower Field First

Audio Settings
Sample rate: 48000 samples/second

Capture Format
DV Capture

Video Rendering
Maximum Bit Depth: Off
Preview File Format: DV PAL
Compressor: DV PAL
Color depth: Millions of colors

Default Sequence
Total video tracks: 3
Master track type: Stereo
Mono tracks: 0
Stereo tracks: 3
5.1 tracks: 0
Submix mono tracks: 0
Submix stereo tracks: 0
Submix 5.1 tracks: 0

For editing with IEEE1394 (FireWire/i.LINK) DV equipment.

Widescreen PAL video (16:9 interlaced).

48kHz (16 bit) audio

Hope you can help me, so I can use AVS for what it's made for.
Posts: 1786
Registered: 22.01.2009
27.11.09 05:05:01
To: henkploeg

Adobe Premiere CS3 supports a wide range of formats (here you can find the list). You can try choosing AVI, WMV or any other output file format supported, setting the HD preset and customizing the output settings in the Edit Profile window of AVS Video Converter, so that they are as close to the input file parameters as possible (especially bitrate). This way the original quality must be retained.

Or you can use AVS Video Editor to edit your files instead. This program fully supports TS files, so you won't need to convert your videos prior to editing.

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