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    Panarus biarmicus Moderator (Sports) SmartWombat's Avatar
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    DSLR video and AVCHD

    I've been fighting against the Panasonic GH-1 AVCHD file format.
    Finally I've got around to surfing for answers, and in the process discovered other useful stuff.

    http://www.reelseo.com/how-to-edit-avchd/
    http://www.reelseo.com/hd-video-dslr-camera/
    PAul

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    Re: DSLR video and AVCHD

    It's really what?
    So fat I haven't shelled out the for premiere, or final cut, or well anything yet.
    Still researching before I spend.
    PAul

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    Re: DSLR video and AVCHD

    I am lucky that work got me the latest version of premiere pro before AVCHD took off as a standard, and it natively supports AVCHD. I know it is seriously expensive and the learning curve can be steep, but it is worth it. I also have an old copy of FCP on my mac at home and I love it, but my computer at home really isn't fast enough to run it. I am sure the new versions support AVCHD as well. Also there are "light" versions of both these apps available and they are a great option. I am not sure about apple but adobe offers a trial version which might be worth a download.
    Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum videtur


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