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Sony sc-hx9 AVCHD imported to PE shows as .mts file - plays with no sound

Dec 20, 2011 8:35 PM

Tags: #mts #no_sound #m2ts #pmb

After searching forums with no luck, sorry if this is a repeat - I'm new to video processing.

System: Win Xp - Pent 4, 4 gb ram, separate USB, HD video/phot drive - New Sony dsc-HX9v camera

 

ISSUE: No sound on video imported via PE

 

I can use Sony PMB to import my AVCHD video and it creates 3 files: (as viewed in Windows Explorer)

  1. 20111212094909 (no extn) - MPEG 2 transport stream
  2. 20111212094909.m2ts - MODD file
  3. 20111212094909.m2ts.moff - MOFF file

(The prefix is yr/mth/date/video #)

 

This video plays using PMB with sound

Played in PE it has NO sound?

 

I tried importing using Elements 9:

 

E9 shows on import manager as:12/12/2011 9.32am 00000.MTS

Once import is complete, in Windows Explorer their are 2 files:

  1. 00000 (no extn) - MTS file
  2. 00000.MTS.Moff

 

This video plays using PMB with sound (it did not appear to have any quality issues v's the m2ts file in PMB - I'm lost!!)

Played in PE it has NO sound?

 

I'm confused as to why PMB has 3 files & PE 2 files?

 

Any help on how to get sound in PE?

 

Any tips on what is best - I'd rather use one software than multiples?

 

Thanks Dennis

 
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    Jan 5, 2012 10:48 PM   in reply to Dennisg51

    To play audio of mts files dolby audio decoder is required. This decoder is installed by Premiere Elements.

     

    -Ankur

     
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    Jan 6, 2012 9:33 AM   in reply to Dennisg51

    You are in the PHOTOSHOP Elements forum, you want PREMIERE Elements

     

    How to Select a Forum http://forums.adobe.com/docs/DOC-1015

     
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    Jan 6, 2012 4:01 PM   in reply to Dennisg51

    There IS a lot of support for Photohop Elements... for editing photos, as it was designed to do

     

    There is ALSO a lot of support for Premiere Elements... for editing video, as it was designed to do

     
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