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  1. I've converted some .MTS files from my Sony VG-20 with surround sound to Apple ProRes, but the sound has been downgraded to stereo. Is there a way to maintain the surround sound when I do the conversion?
  2. My Dell computer had a "starter" version of Roxio Creator, but I wanted to upgrade to Roxio NXT. When I did, the install did not go well and I had several different kinds of errors and problems. So I decided to uninstall and reinstall. When I did this, I also uninstalled the Roxio Creator starter version so I could start from scratch. Now I have reinstalled NXT and some of the old problems are gone -- but now I have a new problem. I want to edit videos in VideoWave, but it won't let me. I am trying to open AVCHD files with an .mts extension, and it won't recognize them or let me edit them at all. What now?? This is the entire reason I shelled out the money for this program. I've used Roxio in the past with great success, but since trying this newer version on a new computer, all I've had is headaches and errors.
  3. Whats

    Convert .mts To Mac Format

    Hi Guys, I shot alot of videos but it's all in .MTS format. It's really pain in the &%$ i have to convert it to mac everytimes. Its one of the example of the orginal clip. Video: H.264/AVC,1920 x 1080, 29.97 fps Audio: Dolby Digital 5.1, 48000Hz Now when I go to Convert to convert the video file: Player Setup: Device: H.264 Player Quality: Best. So is that the same setting as my original? ( I'm a beginner) Did I need to make any adjustment for the best setting? thx
  4. Stupid .MTS Files

    How Do You Make .mts Files Work In Toast 11?

    I swear, had I known that creating video in a .mts file format would have caused me this many headaches with my mac, I'm not sure what I would have done! I'm sure this has been discussed ad nauseum, but can someone please tell me the best way to convert .mts files so they can be used in Toast 11? Do I need to buy a converter? Can I upload them as is? I know iMovie '11 can't do it, so I'm hoping Toast 11 is easier to use. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks - Andy