So far I have discovered that when I upgraded to pro somthing must of not installed correctly. So I uninstalled QT and reinstalled with my Anti spyware and anti virus turned off. It now works but I'm still not pleased with the results using quicktime as a converter.
I have had better luck with my Mp3/video Cowon D2 video converter that converts to AVI. So far that looks the best. As far as using the AVCHD mode I tried looking in there and saw the file but do not have the software to open it up.
So I have been just been using the Jpeg Motion HD mode . Here are some results using the Cowon AVI Converter, Cowon AVI Converter and then run through Windows WMV converter and last is using the Mov to AVI converter offered by Quicktime.
Is the Adobie software user friendly? I remember when I had tried basic Photoshop years ago and that was well over my head
Gordon Laing wrote:
Hi John, I can open, edit and resave the ZS3 / TZ7's MOV files into another format using Adobe Premiere Pro CS4. Admittedly this is a very high-end editor, but most of the core capabilities *should* be in the latest version of Premiere Elements at a lower price. I'd see if you can get a trial first to try it out...
BTW, any reason you're using the Motion JPEG MOV mode on the ZS3 / TZ7 over the AVCHD mode? The former is easier to edit, although I've also managed to convert the latter's MTS files using Adobe Media Encoder.