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  • Sheeba
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    Hi Kenneally

    THANKS!!! You gave me the perfect solution. Wow. Free too!! I downloaded the HD to HQ converter and it worked great. I really liked how easy it was....drag and drop.

    Applause to Grass Valley and you.

    Sheeba

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  • GrassValley_KH
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    Hi Sheeba,

    First of all, nothing catastrophic will happen if you try to import an unsupported file into EDIUS - you'll simply get a warning message that says as such (Unsupported File).

    EDIUS supports native editing of AVCHD (.MT2S) files from v4.5 of the software onward, so you'll need to be running that version as a minimum.

    Alternatively, (and perhaps recommended...ly), you can download the AVCHD-to-Canopus HQ utility off our web site free of charge. This software lets you quickly convert those MT2S files into AVI files using our Canopus HQ codec, which will give you much better realtime editing performance.

    Check out the GV Announcement forum here for more details on how to get the updates you need.

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  • Sheeba
    started a topic m2st file in Edius NX for HDV

    m2st file in Edius NX for HDV

    Can Anyone help?

    I have an Edius workstation FLX-i and Edius NX for HDV. But I haven't used the HD features.
    I have some m2ts files (from a blue ray shooting camcorder) I want to put into an edius project. Can I just import these files into the bin and put them on the timeline? Reading my manual, it says Edius NX works with mpeg files, but I'm chicken to import the m2ts files because I don't want anything bad to happen!

    *If I can just import these files into Edius, what are the project settings I should be on?
    I noticed there are a lot of HD input settings.
    My client just wants to convert these files to a format that will play on windows media player and on DVD.

    I did try to convert these files in Procoder 2 ...but no luck there. If I upgraded to Procoder 3 would these files have converted to what I want?

    Regards

    Sheeba
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