not really sure this is a blender issue. But anyway: blender 2.69, Win7x64
I have a MTS file recorded with a Canon. I used 25p (however the documentation states that 25p internally is treated as 50i) when recording. When having a look at the file Windows Explorer tells me in the Status bar that is has a Frame rate of 25. avidemux tells me it has 50 FPS.
When importing the file in blender’s VSE, the video is double as long as the audio (when the output should be at 25FPS). I can add a speed control and speed the Strip up but the result is very jerky and not good.
The only somewhat usefull info I found was this:
and some stuff regarding timecode http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/User:Nazg-gul/ProxyAndTimecode (which I think does not help in this case).
I also tried to Play around wiht mencoder and mplayer but did not succeed (I have no experience with these tools).
Does anyone have experience how to handle this Problem? My goal is to get a good quality video out of the mts file in Blender.
A .mts file demonstrating this can be found here: 00083.MTS