You must have encountered such kind of problem: when you try to import MTS video recorded via your AVCHD camcorder to Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing and customization, you find you can’t import MTS files to Adobe Premiere Pro due to the incompatibility of video file formats. Even though the latest version of Adobe Premiere Pro claims to support AVCHD/MTS videos, you may not import all MTS files to Adobe Premiere Pro for editing for different parameter settings. The file formats Adobe Premiere Pro supports include MOV (AVC), WMV (VC-1), MPEG-2, HDV, DV AVCHD (.mts), QuickTime files, etc. Thus, if you want to import AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac and Windows, you need to firstly convert MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro compatible video files.
To convert MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro videos on Mac and Windows, you need to use a professional MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro converter. Acrok MTS Converter is the best MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro converter for you to convert AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro CC7/CS6/CS5/CS4 video format so as to import AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro for editing. With this MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro converter, it would be quite simple and easy for you to edit AVCHD (.mts) in Adobe Premiere Pro. If you are using a Mac computer, then you can use Acrok MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro Converter for Mac, which converts AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro video on Mac with ease.
How to convert MTS files for Adobe Premiere Pro video format?
1. Import source AVCHD (.mts)
Launch this MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro converter to import AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro converter for converting. Preview source AVCHD (.mts) video files to make sure you import the right AVCHD (.mts) files you want to process.
2. Specify output profile
AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro Video Converter provides comprehensive profiles for Adobe Premiere Pro video output. Click Profile to select proper output profile for Adobe Premiere Pro, like MPEG-2 MPG, H.264 MOV, H.264 AVI.
Tip: You can access the advanced codec settings through settings button. You can do with professional settings like Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, etc. If you favor your own settings and want to keep them, just save them as a new profile.
3. Convert AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro
Hit the convert button to start to convert AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro videos within this AVCHD (.mts) to Adobe Premiere Pro converter.
Adobe Premiere Pro is a timeline-based video editing software application. It is part of the Adobe Creative Suite, a suite of graphic design, video editing, and web development applications developed by Adobe Systems, though it can also be purchased separately. Separately, it comes bundled with Adobe Media Encoder, Adobe Encore, and Adobe OnLocation. Premiere Pro supports many video editing cards and plug-ins for accelerated processing, additional file format support, and video/audio effects. It is a native 64-bit application for Mac and Windows, making it one of the few cross-platform non-linear editing systems (NLEs) available.