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Originally Posted by Nethfel View Post
The solution to your problem Trolle is to convert it to another format via software then import that video into iMovie. Take a look at one of these to convert your footage:

mpegstreamclip
handbrake
voltaicHD (costs money)

you can convert the .mts, .ts or .m2ts into .mov or .mp4 then import into iMovie. You'll need to tweak the settings to get the best results.
There's also a Windows only freeware called Free HD Converter, published by Koyote. I've been using that for converting AVCHD lite footage on on my Windows laptop (and Handbrake for converting it on my Mac) but I'm sure you could install it on Windows on a Mac.
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