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Originally Posted by elifino /forum/post/16922273
What does the manual say? Some manufacturers include the re-load as a feature of their supplied software, but often the owners want to use different editor. AVCHD has a specific folder structure that must be maintained when archiving. If you remove the raw video footage from this structure the camcorder won't play it back, it may not even find it.
Here is a Wikipedia reference of Canon and Panasonic folder structure.
I've successfully loaded an edited video file back onto my Panny SD-9, but I had to use Panny's HDWRiter software to accomplish that.
Originally Posted by August1991 /forum/post/16925701
I have copied files from my Sony SR11 to my PC, edited the files in Sony Vegas and then copied the rendered m2ts file back to the SR11 for play on a flatscreen using the SR11's mini-HDMI out. You might have problems with large files (over 2 GB).
Originally Posted by Ralarcon /forum/post/16926093
Yes I tried it last night, and the files are converted ,with a program that came with the camera,(in the computer), to MPEG 2 TS files in HD, which then can be loaded back into the camcorder , the same as with your Sony. Thanks.
Originally Posted by August1991 /forum/post/16930965
I can't speak about JVC but just to clarify, I was transferring m2ts (mpeg 4, avchd) files from and to my SR11. I then used the SR11 to play these edited m2ts files on a Samsung 1920x1080 screen through a 5.1 sound system.