Convert Panasonic TM700 MTS to WMV for Windows Movie Maker

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After shooting HD videos with the new Panasonic HDC-TM700K AVCHD camcorder, would you like to edit the videos in Windows Movie Maker, and then share the edited videos on TV through NAS with your families and relatives? Panasonic TM700 is a great camcorder to shoot high quality videos at 1080/60p 28Mbps, but the saved .mts files could not be imported to Windows Movie Maker (WMM) directly.

 

Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter is the first-class Panasonic AVCHD Converter that supports loading the non-AVCHD compliant 1080/60p 28Mbps videos, and converts MTS to Windows Movie Maker supported video formats like ASF, AVI, MPG, WMV.

 

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If you have AVCHD camcorders like Panasonic HDC-TM700, HDC-SD60, DMC-ZS7/TZ10, Sony HDR-SR10, HDR-CX110, HDR-XR520V, and Canon HF S200, and face problems editing the AVCHD videos in Windows Movie Maker, just follow the steps below.

 

Step 1. Load Panasonic MTS videos to Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter.
After transferring .mts files from Panasonic HDC-TM700 memory card to computer hard drive via USB cable, run Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter as the Panasonic TM700 MTS to WMV converter, and click the "Add" button to load .mts videos.

 

Step 2. Choose WMV format.
Click the "Format" option, and navigate the mouse cursor to Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > WMV (VC-1)(*.wmv) as output format. The Panasonic MTS converter will transcode 1080/60p MTS to 1080/20p WMV with original Hi-def 1920x1080.

 

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The default video codec is WMV3, and you can change the frame rate from 20 to 24 or other value if you click the "Settings" button.

 

Step 3. Convert Panasonic TM700 MTS to WMV for WMM.
Click the convert button under the preview window, the Panasonic TM700 AVCHD converter will start the conversion from 1080/60p 28Mbps MTS to WMV3 for Windows Movie Maker.

 

Tips:
You can also choose MPEG-2 (*.mpg) in Step 2. The output videos also play smoothly in Window Media Player without jumpy or choppy issue. After editing the videos, you would also bring the edited videos to Windows DVD Maker if you are using Windows Vista or Windows 7.

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