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  1. Hello all,

    Once again, I have found myself in a mess of .mts files. I'm currently editing a video in Adobe Premiere using the multicam function, using 12 full HD cameras... Yeah I know... My computer will soon start to shed tears.


    So no matter what computer I have I still need to create proxy files, with 0 problem I converted the footage taken from DSLR cameras, mov to mov mp4 to mp4 but I get stuck with two handycams that use AVCHD and produce .mts files. Adobe Media Encoder, does not have the option to output .mts files, so I was wondering any other tools to just help me reduce the bitrate of these files so that I can work normally with muticam?


    Cheers,
    shorto
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  2. Member racer-x's Avatar
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    An easy to use tool for that would be vidcoder. It will let you output to mp4.
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  3. I need it to input .mts due to proxy usage in Adobe Premiere ;(
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  4. Convert to some other container or elementary streams, then remux into MTS with a suitable muxer.
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    Your best bet would be a batch script for ffmpeg. I'm on my tablet now and can't remember the propper commands, but it will let you recompress and/or resize and save as am mts......
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