How to Get Adobe Premiere Elements 10/11/12/13 to Recognize 1080/50p MTS files

Here is a simple tutorial that offers you easy and quick solution to convert and import 1080/50p MTS files to Adobe Premiere Elements for further editing without any issue.

Got a bunch of videos in .MTS format and wanna edit those MTS files in Adobe Premiere Elements 10/11/12/13 before sharing with your friends? Ever met the problem: can’t open 1080/50p .mts in Adobe Premiere Elements? In fact, if you import videos in .MTS format to Adobe Premiere Elements for making a home movie, it probably turned out to be a huge letdown. This article aims to offer you the best way to get it out.

MPEG-2 is the best editing-friendly format for Adobe Premiere Elements, so, we need to encode MTS to Premiere Elements most compatible format first with a professional video conversion software.

To achieve the goal, here we recommend Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac to you which can effortly transcode MTS into MPEG-2 for Premiere Elements with fast speed and best quality. It is capable of converting 1080/50p MTS/M2TS files with original quality and you will get no quality loss after the conversion process.You can save a lot of time in that the MTS Converter, supporting NVIDIA CUDA & AMD APP(ATI Stream) acceleration technologies, converts MTS files at 3X~5X faster speed than other converters. If you are a PC user, then pls turn to Brorsoft MTS Converter which also can help you edit MTS video files into Adobe Premiere Elements.

(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

Guide: Convert AVCHD footages to MPEG-2 for importing 1080/50p files to Premiere Elements

Step 1: Click the MTS Converter to free download and install it on your PC. Run it and import your 1080/50p MTS files to it.

Step 2: Hit the Format box to get the dropmenu of output options, among which we recommend Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas –> MPEG-2(*.mpg) as output format.

Tip: If you want to get your MTS files converteed with 50fps as Frame Rate, please select WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv) as output format. It is also great for editing in Premiere Elements.

Step 3: Click the Settings button on the main interface to adjust video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, the Codec of Video and Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., to get the best quality.

Tip: For editing MPEG-2 files in Adobe products, we recommend 25fps as frame rate, and 1920*1080 as video size.

Step 4: Start converting/transcoding 1080/50p AVCHD files to MPEG-2 by clicking the “Convert” button on the main interface.