WMM and AVCHD (.mts) files


D

Ducati

I am on XP pro SP2, I have installed FFDSHOW and Haali Splitter, so now WMP11
can play AVCHD (.mts files).
I have also tested Windows Media Encoder, and it can read and convert these
files.

I cannot load the .mts files in Movie maker, but if I rename them as .avi,
or .mp4, They load and play fine in Movie maker.

The only problem, is when trying to save the movie using either one of the
standard output, or a custom profile created with WME to generate 720p at VBR

It starts the output, and crashes right away, creating only a 6kb file.

Is there any registry tweak (or other solution) to allow WMM to output from
one of these files (liek there was to enable WMM to use DVR-MS files.

Thanks
 
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John Inzer

Ducati said:
I am on XP pro SP2, I have installed FFDSHOW and Haali Splitter, so
now WMP11 can play AVCHD (.mts files).
I have also tested Windows Media Encoder, and it can read and convert
these files.

I cannot load the .mts files in Movie maker, but if I rename them as
.avi, or .mp4, They load and play fine in Movie maker.

The only problem, is when trying to save the movie using either one
of the standard output, or a custom profile created with WME to
generate 720p at VBR

It starts the output, and crashes right away, creating only a 6kb
file.

Is there any registry tweak (or other solution) to allow WMM to
output from one of these files (liek there was to enable WMM to use
DVR-MS files.

Thanks
===========================================
Maybe the following article would offer some ideas:

Movie Maker - Importing AVCHD Files
http://www.papajohn.org/MM2-Importing-Video-AVCHD.html


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J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 
D

Ducati

John Inzer said:
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Maybe the following article would offer some ideas:

Movie Maker - Importing AVCHD Files
http://www.papajohn.org/MM2-Importing-Video-AVCHD.html


--

J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
========================================
Thanks but no, this is about conversion, whcih I can do with Windows media
encoder. I am trying to use the actual .mts avchd file in WMM without prior
conversion.
 
J

John Inzer

Ducati said:
Thanks but no, this is about conversion, whcih I can do with Windows
media encoder. I am trying to use the actual .mts avchd file in WMM
without prior conversion.
================================
You're welcome...but conversion happens
to be what works in Win XP Movie Maker.

Here's another article:
High Definition Camcorder Sony HDR-HC1
http://www.papajohn.org/Newsletters/120-HiDefCamcorder.html

Good luck with your experiment.

--

J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 
J

John Inzer

Ducati said:
Thanks but no, this is about conversion, whcih I can do with Windows
media encoder. I am trying to use the actual .mts avchd file in WMM
without prior conversion.
================================
You're welcome...but conversion happens
to be what works in Win XP Movie Maker.


Here's another article:
High Definition Camcorder Sony HDR-HC1
http://www.papajohn.org/Newsletters/120-HiDefCamcorder.html

Good luck with your experiment.

--

J. Inzer MS-MVP
Digital Media Experience

Notice
This is not tech support
I am a volunteer

Solutions that work for
me may not work for you

Proceed at your own risk
 
D

Ducati

You're welcome...but conversion happens
to be what works in Win XP Movie Maker.


Here's another article:
High Definition Camcorder Sony HDR-HC1
http://www.papajohn.org/Newsletters/120-HiDefCamcorder.html

Good luck with your experiment.
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I know, it is just that being able to actually load them and play them in
Movie Maker just not render them out again to a windows format, makes me feel
it may just need some minor registry fix to work.
The same way dvr-ms is not normally supported in XP MM, but a few registry
changes makes it possible to load and render these without problem.
 
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Chad

Any luck with this Ducati? I'm also wondering the same thing! I too have
the problem with the first 6kb of the video getting written to disk before
WMM just crashes and goes away. This is very frustrating to not have native
support and the idea of converting the video just seems silly.
 
D

Ducati

Chad said:
Any luck with this Ducati? I'm also wondering the same thing! I too have
the problem with the first 6kb of the video getting written to disk before
WMM just crashes and goes away. This is very frustrating to not have native
support and the idea of converting the video just seems silly.
No, i am afraid there wont be any solution on XP. The new live movie maker
(Vista and up only) normally supports AVCHD natively.
 
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Oudin Melanie

If you are Windows 7 user, your Windows Live Movie Maker supports for AVCHD files importing and editing. But I am not sure Windows Movie Maker for XP and Vista.

If you have difficulty in importing and editing AVCHD files to Windows Movie Maker, have a try the following MTS Converter which helps you to decode AVCHD to AVI or WMV for easily importing and editing in WMM.

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=aunsoft-mts-converter&btnI
 

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