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Old Jun 13, 2012, 05:11 AM
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Default Import/Copy Panasonic AG-AC160 MTS recordings to FCP 7 for editing on Mac

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Euro 2012 and [url=***********]Father's Day are coming! Have you got the Panasonic AVCCAM AG-AC160 FullHD Camcorder to record Euro Cup 2012 videos for sharing with your Fathers? But you may want to edit the AG-AC160 AVCHD shootings in Final Cut Pro 7 to make better effect. When you go through the list of video formats compatible with Final Cut Pro 7, which includes DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, DVCPRO HD of DV videos, Digital Betacam, HDV, D-5 HD, HDCAM, MPEG IMX (D-10), XDCAM HD/EX/HD422, AVC-Intra, Apple ProRes of the cameras and camcorders, and QuickTime-compatible files. But you won't find that the AVCHD recordings can not be natively supported by FCP 7. In this guide, I will show you a best way to make Panasonic AC160 MTS recordings about Euro 2012 and Father's Day editable in FCP 7.

The first step on your way to [b][url=***********]edit 1080p recordings in Final Cut Pro 7[/b] without any problem. After many trials and reseraches, we get the answer--- you have to convert MTS/M2TS files to ProRes, the most suitable video format for editing in FCP 7, on Mac. Thus, a professinal and powerful AVCHD converter is the vital tool. Here we recommend the best AVCHD to FCP 7 Converter for Mac users, which is highly praised by its great performace in transcoding AVCHD files to ProRes for Final Cut Pro, including FCP 6/7 and FCP X. Besides, it can also combine several clips into one, add text/image/video to the improted video files, repalce the orginal audio in added AVCHD files and split long clip for easy uploading to website, etc.

[b]Step 1:[/b] Download the free [b][url=***********]MTS Converter for FCP[/b] and launch it to add your AG-AC160 .mts/.m2ts files to it on Mac;

1. Please double click the selected file to have a preview.
2. If you want to combine several clips into one, please tick the box "Merge into One".


[b]Step 2:[/b] Set Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (.*mov) as output format in the submenu of Format, which you can get by clicking the Format box. If you want a samller size, ProRes 422(LT) or ProRes 422(Proxy) is more suitable for you.


[b]Step 3:[/b] Customize video/audio parameters by clicking the Settings button on the main interface, if you have personalized needs. The bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel can be adjusted to optimize the output file quality in the Profile Settings.

1. If you want a HD converted video in a relatively smaller size, you can set the video size as 1440*1080 or 1280*720.
2. If the original files are shot in 60p, please choose 30 fps as frame rate while 25 fps for 50p files.

[b]Step 4:[/b] Click the button for conversion and strart to transcode AVCHD shootages to FCP 7 on Mac.

After the fast [b][url=***********]Panasonic MTS to FCP 7 conversion[/b], you can ingest and edit your AG-AC160 recordings in Final Cut Pro 7 easily and effortlessly.

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