Posted by Jude Cotter 
October 23, 2012 07:34AM
Someone was asking the other day how CS6 handled AVCHD. I haven't had a chance to try and yet but today I had to cut a job off an external USB drive (one of those little 'passport' numbers) and it was all fine, right from the copied cards.

I think the footage came off a FS100. It was mixed in a AVCHD MTS 1080 25p timeline with some smaller frame mp4s with no problem. All played in real time, even with rate adjustments. The only way I knew any different from anything else Ive been cutting is it was a bit laggy to start playing backwards on the timeline.

There is a bit of time when you first ingest the material where it generates peak files and stuff, but it's WAY quicker than transcoding, and still stable.

Re: PP CS6 and AVCHD
October 23, 2012 11:42AM
I seem to recall some issues with Premiere and OS X 10.8 because of the way OS X presents mounted AVCHD volumes. I'm not sure if this issue was fixed yet.

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Re: PP CS6 and AVCHD
October 23, 2012 05:46PM
Yup. The issue was that you couldn't re-link to AVCHD if the files went offline. Fixed.

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