TID file help.

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  1. Druk

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    So I have a Panasonic TZ30 and took a short movie clip which I was hoping to load to YouTube. The computer sees a AVCHDTN file which then translates to a TID file which Microsoft wont recognise. If I Google the thing it says my registry is corrupted and needs fixed. I have a registry cleaner and that's been run but has no effect on the file. Panasonic are no help. :dk:

    Any ideas folks please?


    forgot to add. Windows7 and IE11 and AVG.

    thanks.



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    Think the AVCHDTN might be a folder rather than a file which will contain HiDef *.MTS files. HiDef files are not reciognised by MOST WEBSITES yet and need to be converted to *.MP4 using a file converter such as handbrake
    HandBrake: Open Source Video Transcoder
    I,m sure there are others out there.
     
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    Druk

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    Thanks for the help Graeme. Unfortunately it didn't work, however I think you may be right in the 'folder' assumption.
    So the next trick is I've been into the camera settings and downgraded the format to MP4 which seems to have done the trick as far as getting stuff off onto the PC. All I need to do is re-record the short clip I did yesterday.

    All will be revealed later...;)

    Cheers.
     
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