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this might be an odd solution but....

You can edit directly TM700 mts files in Adobe Premiere CS4, although it looks bad out in the program itself, but once you have edited everything and put together the film and render it, the final product will be alright.

So it will not look strange when you render finished video to H264, etc.

Of course you want image to be good in the editing, but do not know if this is a bug premirere has or whatever, and faster to edit the mts file than if you convert the file to another format in which the program can give a good picture but the performance requirements are markedly increased then!

So we have to live with poor image in the editing for the time being I guess.

You can of course test, but to me it seemed to work.

//Johan Norberg, Sweden
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