avchd MTS 60FPS 4K

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mts  avchd   I don't understand in this day and age and so may people creating movies that are mts or avchd files Camtasia hasn't had this fixed in new release  I'm sick of having to convert all my videos before I import just because the camtasia folks have not had the common sense th make importing these files automatic--I will NOT buy an update until camtasia fixes this issue--Poor planning    also why wasn't 60fps incorporated  and 4k??  Just an excuse for Camtasia to add new release and get more money--I've purchased upgrades through the years and this is getting costly  especially for this last totally incomplete verson  WAKE UP CAMTASIA  GET YOUR ACT TOGETHER. 
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Robert R., Online Community Admin

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Hi Pat;

For 60FPS, please see here. As for MTS/AVCHD, if you are running Camtasia 9 on Windows 10 you can easily import MTS/AVCHD files via the Import Media function. The key is the framerate (must be 30FPS or lower) and that you must be running Windows 10 as Windows 10 has all of the required licensing for that encoding format.

What version of Windows are you running? What version of Camtasia are you running?

-Robert
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Running windows 7 Hate 10
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Pat Fale

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Thank you so much--a long time problem solved  Now camtasia has to be set up for 4k and 60 FPS and all will be well
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Hello Pat;

Camtasia 9 supports 4k (see here) and as for 60 FPS, please see here.

-Robert
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Pat Fale

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One last request I've been asking for years  will camtasia ever have a start and stop timer so you can record a 1 hour event starting online say 2 hours from now  I know there is a work around but its complicated and works poorly
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Hi Pat;

There are no plans for a scheduler within Camtasia at this time (the workaround is less "workaround" and instead the actual path of creating a scheduled task on Windows).

-Robert
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Still a great program  Thanks

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