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Whenever I try to import an AVCHD file it shows me this error message:
After Effects error: file 'name_of_file.m2ts' cannot be imported --- this '.m2ts' file is damaged or unsupported.
You are running unlicensed, that is in trial mode or something went wrong during install. See this FAQ post.
I don't have problems with the video, but with the audio. Whener I try to add an AVCHD file into the timeline it doesn't add a Sound. It is only adding a video.
The audio was probably recorded to tracks 3 and 4, not 1 and 2. To make it show up, add additional audio tracks to the sequence. Premiere tries to match and retain the original source track assignments...
Hi, Yes I have AE trial. So maybe there is the problem.
Premiere Pro - no there is NO sound. I can't hear it in speakers the icon looks like just a video and there is only a video layer shown in the timeline
As Mylenium said, AVCHD support is not included in the trial version. Both your After Effects and Premiere Pro issues are for this reason, and there is no point in doing further troubleshooting on the use of your AVCHD footage with the trial version.
See this page for limitations of the After Effects trial version:
See this page for limitations of the Premiere Pro trial version:
Thank you very much.