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  1. This is a question calling for knowing about Canon Vixia camcorders of the HFS10/HFS100 class, I believe. These camcorders can record in full HD. 1920x1080; 1080 vertical pixels. 24 Mbps or 17 Mbps. The user can choose to shoot in Cine mode, which is 24 frames per second, but I have not chosen to do so. Shooting in FXP is, as those will respond already know, is 17Mbps. If one chooses 16:9 in VW new productions, one can get a choice of Blu-Ray "Video File Qualities" I happen to have learned by stepping through the frames in VW that there are about 29 frames per second in my MTS AVCHD source files. I have been told through this forum that one should match source quality with rendering quality. What must I do to fully exploit the FXP shooting mode with "Video File Qualities?"
  2. 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