I have some footage shot on a Panasonic Full HD Cam, can't remember what it's called.
The raw files are .MTS
I'm working on a PC, and using Premiere for editing. I can't play the files in Media player, but they will open in Premiere and After Effects.
The .mts video works fine, but when I import the files Premiere comes up with an error saying it cannot play the audio...
So, I converted them to MPEG (I did this by renaming the .mts extension to .mpeg because when I put it through Media Encoder it wouldn't play audio), which enabled me to play both Video and Audio in Windows Media Player, but still Premiere cannot play the audio.
I tried with Adobe Media Encoder to just extract the audio using mp3.
Once I had the mp3 files, some would play in Premiere, AE and Media PLayer, some wouldn't. The ones that wouldn't play back the audio, just played back silence.
Then a few minutes later, the mp3 files that did play, stopped playing in Premiere or Media PLayer, they are just a silent when i play through.
All I need to do is extract the audio from my .MTS files, but I don't know how anymore...
What should I do? Or what should I have done?