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Work with AVCHD format withinStudio...

You purchased a new camcorder that records in AVCHD and your PC is having trouble working with the captured video (Studio 12 and above, as well as Avid Studio) ? When you view the video, there are delays and jerks that make your life difficult ? This tutorial from Czmax may be a solution to your frustration, while waiting for better days... 

Access to the tutorial "Learn how to work with a video in AVCHD format, converted to HDV"

I take this opportunity to open a new page linked to Avid Studio tutorials. We will gradually upgrade our old Pinnacle tutorials, to modify and adapt them to Avid Studio if justified (good will are welcome, though some of you want to help us).

By the way, I thank Ron who translate Czmax tutorial from french to english ! Without his good willing, english readers would not have benefit from this tutorial. I would like to thank Czmax for providing this tutorial to the community; if you want to share with the community your ideas / tutorials / desires / discoveries /..., do not hesitate to contact us.


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