March 6th, 2012
How to Convert TM90 AVCHD MTS to H.264 Mp4 for Vimeo?
“I just got my new Panasonic HDC-TM90 camcoder which shoots in AVCHD. I love the camera, and it’s really nice to get the high-definition image quality with 1080/60p mode. On to my question. Anybody know what I need to do to get my AVCHD videos converted into a format Vimeo will like? Using the included software, I saved a couple of my AVCHD clips to MPEG2 and uploaded them. The results were unsatisfied. The video hangs and gets all jagged. Can anybody help me with getting the great results I see on my TV onto Vimeo?”
Similar questions are frequently asked by Vimeo users that wana upload AVCHD contents. Could uploading be a problem? Not at all. Because the Vimeo now supports AVCHD and lets you upload footage in HD up to 1080p. But still 720p is preferred for Vimeo HD- for the time being very few computers have 1920×1080 monitors and 720p will load about twice as fast.
In order to take advantage of HD and save time, you’re suggested to resize the 1080p .mts/.m2ts videos into 720p and compress your video down from phenomenally high quality to just amazingly high quality. Get a Video Converter and convert/compress your AVCHD contents into standard Vimeo HD format.
The best settings for Vimeo HD 720p transcoding
Video Codec- H.264
Video Size/Resolution- 1280×720
Video Bitrate- 5000 kbps
Frame Rate- 30fps
Audio Codec- AAC
Audio Bitrate- 320kbps
Audio Channels- stereo
Step 1. Run the AVCHD to Vimeo HD video Converter, drag and drop AVCHD .mts to the software.
Step 2. Click on “Format” bar and Choose “H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)” as output format with Pavtube HDC-TM90 AVCHD to Vimeo Converter
Step 3. Click “Settings” and set audio and video parameters following the above-mentioned best settings and click “OK” to confirm.
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