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You can do that very easily in After Effects. Import your footage/images, create a new composition that matches your footage/images specifications and then apply Optics Compensation (Effect> Distort > Optics Compensation. Tweak Field of View values until you have the desired result. In some cases you will need to check the Reverse Lens Distortion box. ...


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Your question sounds more like a Filesystem related question... For a couple of years now both Windows and osx can read ExFat formatted drives, so as moritzlost mentioned, leave the files untouched and just copy them to an ExFat drive. BTW not touching the avchd files also includes not changing the directory structure, in case your idea was to just copy out ...


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Don't do anything to the files, Premiere Pro should be able to handle them. Just copy them to a USB drive and hand them off to your editor. NEVER convert your video files prior to editing. You'll lose quality for no reason. If the Mac won't open them, try another media player such as VLC media player. For a PC, I'd say you may need to install Quicktime as ...



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