Do you want to edit the filmed shot by your Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3 digital camera on Adobe Premiere? Do you find that the Adobe Premiere does not recognize the .mts files from your camera? Maybe the version of your Adobe Premiere is not powerful enough for your MTS/M2TS importing and editing. It is said that Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 and CS5 support avchd videos. So if you still wanted to edit your files in your old Adobe Premiere Pro version like 1.0, 1.5, 2.0, CS3, I would like to share a solution to you for making AVCHD camcorder .mts and .m2ts videos editable. The software you can use is Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter, and it not only converts avchd video to avi for Adobe Premiere Pro, but also deinterlaces the 1080i, 720i camera videos and removes interlacing artifacts.
Here are the simple steps for converting AVCHD .mts and .m2ts videos to AVI for editing on Adobe Premiere.
Step 1. Add AVCHD camera videos to Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter.
After transferring the videos from camera to computer hard drive, just run Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter and click the Add button to load your 1080i .mts videos to the MTS to AVI converter.
Step 2. Choose HD AVI output format.
Click the Format option and choose HD Video > Divx HD (*.avi) for your high resolution video. To make sure the output video in high quality, you can also click the Settings button and choose original for the Bitrate option.
Step 3. Deinterlace MTS and convert to AVI for Adobe Premiere.
Click the convert button and the program starts converting .mts videos to avi for Adobe Premiere. One of the most important functions of the MTS to AVI converter is removing camera interlacing artifacts to make the deinterlaced videos works great on Adobe Premiere.
Step 4. Add the output AVI to Adobe Premiere for editing.
Run your Adobe Premiere and choose File > Import to load the output AVI video to Adobe Premiere. Actually there are many ways to import videos to Adobe Premiere, like drag and drop. Below is the screenshot of the output avi video to Adobe Premiere Pro.