While you have transferred the videos from HD camcorders like Panasonic TM350, Panasonic HDC-SD9EB-S and Sony HDR-CX350, which record and save videos in 1080i, you may find the unexpected lines when playing the 1080i videos on computer. It is because that our computer's monitor display images in progressive scan. To play the videos in perfect image display, your media player shall include deinterlacing filter or you need a 1080i to 1080p converter to make interlacing mode to progressive mode.
Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter can help you convert interlaced videos from AVCHD camcorder to progressive videos easily on Windows. You can convert AVCHD videos (.mts, .m2ts), and .ts, .tp, .m2t files to Windows movie format (.wmv) for smooth playback and editing in Media Player, Movie Maker, etc.
Below is the quick guide for you to convert 1080i to 1080p, taking .m2ts footage from Panasonic HDC-SD9EB-S HD camcorder and Windows 7 as an example.
Step 1. Load camcorder videos to Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter.
Run Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter as the 2011 best AVCHD to WMV converter on Windows 7, and click the "Add" button to import videos in .mts, .m2ts, .m2t, .ts, .tp format for conversion.
Step 2. Deinterlace 1080i to 1080p.
Select a video clip on the file list, click the "Editor" button, go to the Effect tab and make sure the checkbox for deinterlacing is ticked. The 1080i to 1080p converter will remove the unexpected lines from interlacing mode and output videos in progressive scan.
Step 3. Choose WMV video format.
Click the "Format" option, and choose HD Video > WMV HD(*.wmv) as output format. The AVCHD to WMV converter will keep 1920x1080 resolution and convert AVCHD footage to WMV with WMV3 as video codec and WMAV3 as audio codec.
Step 4. Convert AVCHD to WMV on Windows 7.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the windows 1080i to 1080p converter will start deinterlacing and converting 1080i for progressive scan display immediately.
After the conversion and deinterlacing, the video playback on your PC or YouTube will be perfect without unexpected lines. You may also store the files in media center or NAS for home entertainment.