Looking for ways to convert Canon C100 60i to 60p for Premiere editing? This article will teach you how to freely encode Canon 60i MTS videos to 60p with best Canon MTS Converter.
“Hello everyone, Im looking to transfer my 60i footage from my C100 to 60P within Premiere. I know within FCPX there is a deinterlace button that works really well. I was wondering if there was something like that within Premiere? If not, what is a good way to deinterlace footage to 60p within Premiere? Seriously, anything will help..
“When I import an AVCHD file shot at 60i with Canon C100 MK1, it comes into Premiere CC 2015 as 29.97i. Has anyone else experienced this? Can I get 60p instead of 60i? Thanks for tips.”
I found a lot of Canon users are looking for the ways to deinterlace Canon C100 60i to 60p for Premiere editing. In this article, I will offer you a simple way to change Canon C100 60i to 60p.
First you can try to use Handbrake. But according to users feedback online, it sucked very much; its deinterlacing mode was equally bad. Therefore, I quit that tool and turned to find another way to convert Canon C100 60i to 60p for Premiere. Fortunately, I found Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac finally.
With the built-in Deinterace feature, I can perfectly remove interlaces from AVCHD (MTS/M2TS/TS) footage. In addition, it supports encoding camera MTS shootings to video editing software compatible file types, i.e. MPEG-2 for Premiere Pro, DNxHD for Avid Media Composer, Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro, AIC for iMovie, etc to meet your different needs. If you are a PC user, pls turn to MTS Converter. Now download the software on computer and follow the guide below to start deinterlacing.
How to Deinterlace Canon C100 60i to 60p for Premiere
1: Run the program and click the Add button to load the Canon C100 60i .mts, .m2ts videos to the program. Or you can directly drag&drop the files into the program directly.
2: You can just click the Format column to choose “Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas-MOV(AVC).mov format in this best MTS Converter.
3: Click the Effect and then you will go to the Video Editor. Choose the Effect to see whether the “Deinterlace” has been chosen. If not, select it and it will help you deinterlace your 1080/60i MTS/M2TS. Usually, the program processes the deinterlacing video option by default.
4: Tap the convert button to deinterlace Canon C100 60i AVCHD videos to 60p for Premiere edititng. After conversion, you can the get the smooth deinterlaced Canon C100 60p videos under “Open” panel as you want. Now, it is easy for you to import and edit Canon C100 60p videos in Premiere. Enjoy!