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Old Mar 28, 2011, 09:15 PM
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Default Import/Transfer/Transcode Sony Bloggie Touch H.264 MP4 to iMovie AIC without Renderin

Import/Transfer/Transcode Sony Bloggie Touch H.264 MP4 to iMovie AIC without Rendering
The new all-metal, touchscreen-operated Bloggie Touch pocket camcorder includes the MHS-TS20 and MHS-TS10 with 8GB and 4GB internal memory and offers stylish looks, 1080p video, sharing-minded software. Both Bloggie camcorders shoot 1080p H.264 video at 30 frames per second, and 720p video at 60 fps. They also snap 12.8-megapixel still images and can capture photos while shooting video. Users can squeeze up to four hours of HD video recording time. But the problem how to convert Sony MHS-TS20 and MHS-TS10 Bloggie Touch MP4 to other playable or editable video formats is always a headache issue.

No doubt, it is an excited one if Bloggie Touch owners can edit Bloggie MP4 freely on some editing software, like iMovie, FCP, FCE or Adobe Premiere. Fortunately, Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac can work fine as a Mac Sony Bloggie TS20/TS10 Video Converter which can convert Sony Bloggie Touch MHS-TS20 and MHS-TS10 MP4 to Apple Intermediate Codec MOV or Prores MOV for better playing and editing on Mac.
Following I will show you how to use this software by taking Sony Bloggie MP4 to AIC MOV for iMovie 8/9/11 as an example.
For the preparation of this conversion, connect your Sony Bloggie Touch TS10/TS20 to iMac or Macbook and transfer MP4 video files into hard drive.
Step 1: Load Sony Bloggie TS10/TS20 MP4 video files into this program.
Specify the right video files and drag MP4 video file into this software and another way to import video files is clicking "Add" button.
Hints: Batch video files are allowed to be imported,therefore joining several video files into big one is supported by ticking the checkbox of "Merge into one file" under the preview window.
Step 2: Choose AIC MOV as the output video format and specify the destination folder.
Click "Format" icon and select "Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov)" from "QuickTime Movie Format" section as the exported video format. What's more, you are free to choose the folder where you want to put converted MOV file by clicking the "Output" icon.

Step 3: Edit Sony Bloggie Touch TS10/TS20 MP4 video files.(Optional)
Click the big button "Editor" and another interface comes out for you to perfect video files. As it shows, some editing options are provided, and there you are free to crop unwanted video parts, trim video length and add interesting video to original one.
Step 4: Start this Bloggie Touch Full HD Video to iMovie AIC conversion.
Click the button "Convert", this conversion will begin immediately. And after a few minutes, AIC MOV files are ready for you to play and edit on iMovie 8/9/11.
Hope this Mac Sony Bloggie MP4 to AIC MOV Converter becomes your ideal assistant in your digital life.


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