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Old Jun 29, 2012, 02:05 AM
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Default Best Way Converting Sony NEX-F3 MTS to FCE on Mac OS X

With the release of the [b]Sony NEX-F3[/b] camera, Sony Electronics is basically refreshing its entry-level compact and interchangeable camera offering. The overall goal of the release is to offer the latest software updates in terms of effects and image ****ysis and processing to a form factor that continues to rise in popularity. While the hardware and the image quality itself is not so different from the now retired NEX-C3, the new NEX-F3 camera offers better video recording capabilities and better automatic photo modes, which makes it easier to take great shots without having to touch any settings.

As Sony NEX-F3 MTS files are not editable for many video edit programs, so today in this article we will talk about how to [b]deinterlace Sony NEX-F3 1080/60i MTS on Mac[/b] first and then transcode AVCHD to Apple ProRes for FCP; AIC MOV for FCE/iMovie on Mac OS X, thus , you can edit Sony NEX-F3 1080/60i AVCHD with Apple tools including [url=***********]FCP, FCE, iMovie, iDVD.

In the following pages, I'd like to show you the full guide on how to [b][url=***********]deinterlace and convert Sony NEX-F3 1080/60i MTS to FCE[/b] as an example. Just follow it, then you can easily convert Sony NEX-F3 MTS/M2TS to editable format as you want for FCP, iMovie, Adobe Premiere, FCE, etc. for editing. Which we need is a powerful third party conversion software, here [b]Brorsoft [url=***********]MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac[/b] can make it possible.

[b]STEP 1[/b]: Free download Brorsoft [b][url=***********]Mac Sony NEX-F3 AVCHD Converter[/b] and import/load the 1080/60i MTS files to it.
Tip: If you wanna join MTS/M2TS files for Final Cut Express, tick the "Merge into one" box. This Mac AVCHD converter also works as the MTS/M2TS joiner for you.

[b]STEP 2[/b]: Click on Format > iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov) which is the FCE perfectly supported format. Then you can set the output folder as you want.
Tips: You can click the “Settings” icon to make the best settings for editing Sony MTS/M2TS in Final Cut Express on Mac. You’d better set the video frame rate as 30fps, video size as 1920*1080 to keep the best output quality.

[b]STEP 3[/b]: Click Edit button and you can deinterlace Sony 1080i AVCHD for Final Cut Express via ticking the “Deinterlacing” box in the Video Editor interface.

[b]STEP 4[/b]: Click Convert button to start deinterlacing and [url=***********]converting Sony NEX-F3 MTS to FCE on Mac OS X with this professional Mac MTS Converter for NEX-F3.

After the short conversion, you can get the output video effortlessly. Later, you can [b]import and edit Sony NEX-F3 MTS/M2TS in FCE[/b] on Mac freely without any distorted/glitchy video problem.

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