I converted my MTS file to AVI and then my audio went missing. I still hear it in the AVI, but not when it's imported into Camtasia 8.4.

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I converted my MTS file to AVI and then my audio went missing. I still hear it in the AVI, but not when it's imported into Camtasia 8.4. Any thoughts?
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sissawi

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kayakman, Champion

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when the AVI is on timeline, do you see any audio wave form?

if yes, try exporting all audio [as a WAV] then bring that WAV back into project; does that work?

as a long shot, right click on AVI and try separate audio from video; any help?

if you can play the AVI in any player [but not in CS], recapture it while playing, with Recorder [set to capture system audio]

with that new capture on timeline, is all then OK?
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sissawi

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Thanks Kayakman,
i don't see any audio wave form on the timeline
Separating the audio and video didn't do anything, so
I just converted it again and realized I chose HD AVI,
when the regular AVI file worked just fine :)

Thanks!
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Hi sissawi,

fyi - if you have the codecs installed, you can import the mts file and use it directly in Camtasia: https://support.techsmith.com/hc/en-us/articles/203729488

Regards,

Aaron
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Michelle Briggs

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After I download the Codec -- what do I do? Its just in a file which has a bunch of executables and other junk in it!!?