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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 9:06 am  Post subject: Have problems importing AVCHD camcorder videos to Premiere
Best non-linear video editing software reviews
With the advancements of modern multimedia industry, it becomes much easier for those amateur photographers who want to make DIY videos or edit the videos shot by the camcorders. However, for some beginners, they tend to be dazzled with too many editing software in the market when choosing a really suitable one. Thus, this article will focus on the comparison among several powerful video editing software. Hope either of the below software will be of great help for you!

Top one: Windows Movie Maker
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It is an editing tool designed on Windows platforms. Generally, three easy steps are needed to finish all the basic editing with Windows Movie Maker, including capture videos ( import DV videos to PC), edit videos (adding titles, special effects ,etc) and export video files edited (editing is finished).
Pros: easy to use, output video file becomes smaller, accounts for less CPU space.
Cons: special effects are excessively simple, can not perfectly support adding sub-titles.

Top two: Adobe Premiere
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Regarded as a fairly professional DV editing software, Adobe Premiere has been widely used in various field, including TV station, advertisement and movie industry.
It is also easy to make some professional videos and movies with MPEG compression even with a common PC equipped with low-cost compression card or output card. Presently, Adobe Premiere has been the mainstream DV editing tool, which also be compatible with High-definition videos. As a special non-linear video editing software in the multimedia industry, it has been favored by a mass of editors and movie fans.
Pros: easy to use, boasts more special effects, make the video as better as you wish
Cons: the output video file is too large, needs external video compression software, time-consuming, accounts for much space.

Top three: Sony Vegas
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Needless to say, Sony Vegas, developed by Sony corp, is a pretty powerful image editing software. It boasts multi-functions, such as trimming, cropping, and special effects settings. It is designed with uncluttered interface which simplifies the operation for users. In terms of its supported video and audio formats, it can be perfectly compatible with AVI, RM, WMV, MPEG, MOV, MP3, WAV, RM, WMA, AIF, and etc. Besides, it possesses "auto fade in" and "fade out"features in the aspect of video and audio.
Pros: multi-tracks, real-time browse, more special effects, exquisite interface
Cons: not clear

Top four: After Effects (AE for short)
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Adobe After Effects is primarily designed for creating motion graphics and visual effects. With it, users are able to animate, alter, and composite media in 2D and 3D space with various built-in tools and third party plug-ins, as well as individual attention to variables like parallax and user-adjustable angle of observation. Its main purpose is for film and video post-production. For example, many hot movies we favor were edited with After Effects.
Both After Effects and some non-linear editing systems (NLEs) are layer-oriented, meaning that each individual media object (video clip, audio clip, still image, etc.) occupies its own track. The main interface consists of several panels (windows in versions prior to After Effects 7.0). Three of the most commonly used panels are the Project panel, the Composition panel, and the Timeline panel. The Project panel acts as a bin to import stills, video, and audio footage items. Footage items in the Project panel are used in the Timeline panel, where layer order and timing can be adjusted. The items visible at the current time marker are displayed in the Composition panel.
Pros: After Effects integrates with other Adobe software titles such as Illustrator, Photoshop, Premiere Pro, Encore, and Flash.
Cons: design has the potential to be more omnipotent.


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 29, 2009 2:01 pm  Post subject: Re: Have problems importing AVCHD camcorder videos to Premiere
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There is no problem with Premier and After Effects CS4 or Sony Vegas 9 the get .MTS even i can previsualize them with Windows Media Player (Maybe needed reinstall a codec pack CCCP is the one i have)


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