According to http://www.bhphotovideo.com/bnh/controller/home?O=&sku=893072&Q=&is=REG&A=details that camera is NTSC... so is that the Television standard where you are... or is there a PAL version if you need PAL for where you are located?
That camera uses SD memory, so you copy the entire video folder from the camera to your video file hard drive http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1015001?tstart=0
You are going to need a STRONG computer to edit the AVCHD video from that camera... what are your computer hardware details?
This message has a really good graphic about requirements
It is a i7 2600K (3.4GHZ) processo,r windows 7 pro 64 bit and 12Gb ram a graphic card msi N550GTX cyclone II/OC 1gb PCI-E D 1 disk = 120 GB SSD 2.5" SATA
I need the pal version camera and I think you can buy only the pal camera in Europe.
If you really only have "1 disk" you need to add a 2nd 7200rpm hard drive for effective editing
Otherwise, you should be able to edit AVCHD
Hai, I have a second disk of 1 TB in my PC
And my question was can I edit the pictures from the panasonic in premiere elements10 so you think it is possible.
Tank you all
If you really mean pictures, and not video... PreElements is a video editor, you use Photoshop Elements to edit pictures
Also... the AG-AC90 is a $1,999 camcorder (price at the link I posted above) not a still picture camera
So... do you want to edit video, or pictures?
If video... then, yes, PrEl 10 does edit AVCHD video
Importing Video http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1065281
Saving & Sharing http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1051093
Sharing for Computer http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1058237
Steve's Basic Training Tutorials... steps are the same for several versions
Another help site http://muvipix.com/ or http://muvipix.com/phpBB3/
Premiere Elements Updates http://www.adobe.com/support/downloads/product.jsp?product=101&platform=Windows
Right click PDF link in the upper right corner and select to save to your hard drive
-the page also has links to help pages for previous versions
The AVCHD codec is generally supported... but may or may NOT work with this camera
ftp://ftp.panasonic.com/pub/Panasonic/business/provideo/brochures/AG-AC90_Brochure.pdf says the video may need to be converted to an intermediate codec for editing (page 6 of 8)
So... trying to edit video from a $2k professional camera with a $75 consumer program may, or may not, work
Sorry that I was not clear in my question but it is my intension to edit video. So I read that elements 10 can edit AVCHD video and the panasonic AG-AC90 takes video in that form.
I've been using PrE10 for several months for AVCHD video from a Panasonic camcorder that can do 1080p60 at 28Mpbs. However, this forum and practice taught me that 1080p60 or 50 files can be a challenge. Specifically, PrE10 supports AVCHD but does not "officially" support AVCHD 2.0 that includes the 1080p60/50 specifications.
I found that I could set up the project with settings for AVCHD Lite 720p60. PrE10 would then accept the 1080p60 files without any error messages and real time rendering in the preview window was relatively smooth. This was despite warnings from this forum that it would not work. There are no 1080p60 output presets either. But, I found that I could make one my changing a frame rate on one of the Adobe offered presets and, in fact, the final file was 1080p60, although the bit rate is a little higher!
There is a file somewhere floating around here that adds some home baked presets to PrE10 that include 1080p60 and that seems to work as well or better.
My current computer has an i5 and one 5200 RPM HDD drive. Even 10 minute videos take a long time in final output rendering. 1080p60/50 files are huge and the computer has to work hard. But, with the right settings, it will get the job done.
I have ordered (for delivery this week) a new laptop with an i7, SSD, 7200rpm HDD, Nvidia Graphics and USB 3.0 ports. To go with it I bought the new Premier Elements and Photoshop version 11. Now seemed to be a good time to buy a new computer because I have a new camera that takes RAW photos and Photoshop Elements 10 can't read them. Another reason to buy a new computer now is that I can avoid Windows 8! A bonus is that Premier Elements 11 now "officially" supports AVCHD 2.0 with the 1080p60/50 files.
In the new 11 version of Premier Elements, the project settings are supposed to be automatic. As soon as you drag in your first clip, the sofware is supposed to examine it and create the correct setting for the smoothest flow.
In short, you may want to get a new PrE 11 to go with your new camera if you expect any "official" support.