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I have a Panasonic hdc-dx1. I have taken camera footage but cannot transfer this footage onto the computer... HELP. It is an assignment due on Thursday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    i have a kodak z1275 when i record footage there is no sound when i transfer it to disc can anyone help please

  • Anonymous May 19, 2009

    I tried the AVHCD to convert to mpeg files, but the quality of the files are so bad. There is no clarity in the video at all. Please help

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AVCHD Video Converter can convert .m2ts to common video files acceptable by windows media playder.

If you have a Mac, AVCHD Converter for Mac is an ideal choice.

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

Hello from Italy!
You need to install on your PC an AVCHD codec and a software in order to read the disk content. Nero 8 (with AVCHD plug in) can do it. I usually read the *.M2TS files with NeroVision, convert them with Canopus AVCHD converter and edit with Canopus Edius. That's all.
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Posted on Apr 17, 2008

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Click the "Format" option, and navigate the mouse cursor to Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as output format. The video to ProRes 422 converter will transcode Panasonic HDC-TM900 1080p AVCHD to Final Cut Pro native format.

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I suggest that you use the i.LINK/Firewire cable to connect it to the Computer. The i.LINK port is also called IEEE 1394 or Firewire port. An i.LINK is a black D shaped connector with 4 or 6 pins. The type of cable to be used will depend on the i.LINK port of your Computer.

After connecting the Camcorder to the Mac Computer, open the iMovie Application to capture the Videos from the Camcorder and follow the on-screen instruction to complete the transfer of the videos.


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