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Converting to AVCHD



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Yes, but not 100% sure it will work as desired…


Several programs can do it, Copy and Convert Video; Edit Video-Advanced and Drag & Drop Convert.

(listed in order of happiness)


There are Options in all, so pick the H.264 then set the desired quality.


Since it is an erasable card play around with settings till you get one you like. Note that most cards are FAT32 formatted so you may hit a 4gb wall on file size.


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