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  • #418401 Reply

    Not much spam to find.

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    I’m pretty sure there are many. :)

    #418471 Reply

    I must say that it is impressive to keep this site pretty clean of spam.

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    Will keep in touch with every actions done in the forum…

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    Rakibul Hasan
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    This is not advertising section. read forum Rules before posting.

    Thank you,
    Jamelucky7

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    Canon Vixia HF S10 to Adobe Premiere importing Mac

    [img]http://www.brorsoft.com/images/how-to/mts-m2ts/import-canon-s10-to-adobe.gif[/img]

    Are you a Canon Vixia HF S10 user? If so, you should know it can record 1920 x 1080 Full HD

    recordings at 1080 60i/30p/24p. You may want to edit the videos from HF S10 to share with

    your friends by using the popular Video Editing Software -Adobe Premiere on your MacBook,

    iMac, ect. The you will meet some troubles when you [b][quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/how-

    to/import-canon-vixia-hf-s10-avchd-to-adobe-premiere-pro-mac.html [/quote] import Canon HF

    S10 Full HD recordings to Premiere [/b] for editing.

    [i]I’ve recently purchased the Canon Vixia HF S10 and I’m having trouble dragging and

    importing the AVCHD .mts videos into Adobe PP Cs5 timeline, these files need rendering for

    so long time, and the timeline becomes extremely sluggish when preview. Any solution?[/i]

    Although, Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 and above version offers full native support for the high-

    definition video format AVCHD, when ingest the AVCHD footages, it still takes long time. The

    reason of this problem lies on the huge file size of AVCHD format. Plus, AVCHD is not the

    most compatible format for the Adobe. Thus, it will take more time for rendering AVCHD files

    for it. Well, if you wanna edit Canon Vixia HF S10 AVCHD in Adobe Premiere in an easier way,

    you’d better transcode Canon HF S10 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro favorable format (eg.MPEG-

    2) with a professional Mac AVCHD Converter. Now, follow the detailed guide.

    First, go to download and install the best [b][quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/mts-

    converter-mac/index.html [/quote] Canon MTS Converter for Mac [/b], and add MTS/M2TS files

    to it.

    Then, click the Format icon; select the Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas> MPEG-2(*.mpg) profile as

    the output format.

    Later, adjust audio and video parameters in Profile Settings. You’d better set the video

    size as 1920*1080 or keep the original size and frame rate as 30fps to get a suitable output

    for Adobe PP.

    [img]http://www.brorsoft.com/images/how-to/mts-m2ts/adobe-premiere-profile-setting.gif[/img]

    Finally, click the Convert button to start to [b][quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/mts-

    converter-mac/index.html [/quote] convert Canon Vixia HF S10 MTS to MEPG-2 [/b] on Mac for

    Adobe Premiere Pro (CS4/CS5/CS5.5/CS6) conversion.

    [img]http://www.brorsoft.com/images/how-to/mts-m2ts/steps-canon-hf-s10-to-adobe.gif[/img]

    After the conversion, you can get the re-encoded videos for Adobe Premiere from the output

    folder effortlessly. Now, you are able to edit Canon Vixia HF S10 AVCHD in Adobe Premiere

    Pro on Mac without rendering or any other problem.

    [b]Related guides:[/b]

    [quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/how-to/convert-canon-hf-g10-avchd-prores-fcp.html [/quote]

    Import Canon VIXIA HF G10 AVCHD to FCP

    [quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/how-to/import-canon-hf-g10-avchd-sony-vegas.html [/quote]

    Copy Canon VIXIA HF G10 1080p MTS to Sony Vegas

    [quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/how-to/convert-panasonic-gx1-avchd-1080-60i-mts-m2ts-to-

    adobe-premiere-cs55.html [/quote] Convert Panasonic GX1 MTS/M2TS to Adobe Premiere CS5.5

    [quote] http://www.brorsoft.com/how-to/convert-panasonic-dmc-zs15-avchd-to-adobe-premiere-

    mac.html [/quote] Convert Panasonic DMC-ZS15 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere on Mac
    [quote] http://movies-videos-convert-tips.overblog.com/canon-xf100-and-final-cut-x-

    importing-tips-best-way-for-transcoding-xf100-mxf-files-to-apple-prores-422-hq-mov-for-fcp-

    x-mac-editing]
    Canon XF100 and Final Cut X Importing Tips: MXF to ProRes 422(HQ)(*.mov) Converter

    #420486 Reply
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    Fresh call for mods – If UR interested in moderating the forums, shoot me a PM and tell me why:)

    Thanks

    #420590 Reply
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    lego freak
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    lol,but um………i need help with my filming

    #420701 Reply
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    I am interested, I can help you out I was a fourm moderator before too

    #420838 Reply

    hey admin,

    what’s going on with lisa198754? it’s the second time I’ve reported her…

    Thanks :D

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