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Old Apr 27, 2013, 02:26 AM
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Default Transcode AVCHD video footages to MOV with prores codec for FCP HD/6.0/7/X

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Transcode AVCHD video footages to MOV with prores codec for FCP HD/6.0/7/X

Summary:In this post, it shows the way to Import AVCHD in MTS, M2T, M2TS to Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X on Mac, you can transcode AVCHD video footages to MOV with prores codec.

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AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition), often with the file extension of mts, m2ts or mt2, is a professional digital recording format for Sony, Panasonic, Canon and more camcorders and cameras. Though Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X announced to support AVCHD video files, some AVCHD files still can not imported to Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X: AVCHD support is available only on Intel-based Macintosh computers; FCP only supports AVCHD camcorders typically connect to computers via USB 2.0, not FireWire; DVD-based AVCHD camcorders are not currently supported by Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X; Standard definition video recorded with AVCHD camcorders cannot be accessed in Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X.



In order to import all kinds of AVCHD to Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X successfully, it is better to convert AVCHD in MTS, M2T, M2TS to Apple ProRes 422 which works well with Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X.

The following article just aims to provide a step by step guide on how to convert AVCHD in MTS, M2T, M2TS to ProRes with almost no loss of video and audio quality.

1. Download Pavtube MTS Converter for Mac - the professional AVCHD to ProRes Converter, install and run it, the following interface will pop up.



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2. Choose the best format for Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X, please select Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) from the "General Video" as output video format.



3. Do some adjustment as you need, such as resolution, bitrate, etc. It is ok to keep it as original.



4. Start converting AVCHD in MTS, M2T, M2TS to Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X.

The AVCHD to Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X converter will transcode the MTS, M2T, M2TS immediately. It can help you convert MTS to ProRes, convert M2T to ProRes, and convert M2TS to ProRes. Then it is just easy to import the converted AVCHD whatever from Sony, Panasonic, Canon or JVC to Final Cut Pro HD/6.0/7/X. Here is also an article about how to import videos to final cut pro.

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You may learn how to convert AVCHD to ProRes 422 on YouTube.

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PS. If you have any problem, pls contact with macsupport@pavtube.com to get more information. You also can leave a message on Pavtube Community or Pavtube Facebook, we will answer your questions as soon as possilble.

Learn more Canon Cameras/Camcorders related tutorial, pls view our MTS Column, FCP Column, etc. on pavtube.com/hot-topics/
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Old Aug 10, 2013, 04:39 AM
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Default Convert Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD MTS to ProRes for FCP

Convert Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD MTS to ProRes for FCP

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Description: This guide aims to help you quickly convert Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD to FCP on Mac, with which you can easily get your footages working in portable devices or other traditional NLE editing programs.

"Hi, I some videos shot with a Sony NEX-3N, they are great; but I am new to mac and don't know how to deal with the footages in FCP, it seems the AVCHD files are not supported by FCP. What can I do? Thanks!"



Sony Alpha NEX-3N is one of the latest entry-level models from Sony, with lower price than its predecessor but remaining most useful features such as excellent 16 megapixel image sensor, changeable lens and good video performing. All these features together contribute to make Sony NEX-3N to be an excellent camera for recording vivid videos.

As for video shooting, Sony NEX-3N can shoot 1080/24p or 60i footages which are wrapped in AVCHD, or you can choose to output mp4 format. Unfortunately, most traditional NLE editing programs on Mac including FCP, Avid, Adobe Premiere Pro, iMovie don't favor AVCHD .mts videos natively. To edit Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD footages in FCP on Mac, you'd better transcode Sony AVCHD footages to FCP compatible Apple ProPres codec for further editing.

How to transcode Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD MTS to ProRes for FCP on Mac?

Step 1. Load Sony NEX-3N AVCHD MTS files.

Get this Sony AVCHD to FCP Converter installed; Connect your Sony Alpha NEX-3N to your Mac via USB, or insert your SD card to Mac, browser the .mts files from AVCHD > BDMV > STREAM.

Launch Pavtube AVCHD MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, click to top left two icons to load individual videos or the entire folder.



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Step 2. Select best video format for FCP.

Click on the Format, you would see all profiles for different programs and devices. It's recommended to choose Final Cut Pro>Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as the most compatible video codec for FCP.



Tip: You are able to adjust profile preset before conversion by clicking Settings which is marked as 3 above. But it's better to use the default profile settings because they are the most optimized for each output devices.

Step 3. Convert Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD footages to FCP.

Click the "Convert" button to start the fast transcoding Sony Alpha NEX-3N AVCHD to ProRes on Mac. Once finished, you could locate the generated .MOV files by clicking "Open" icon and load these converted files to FCP for video editing on Mac.

Tips:

1. Read more step-by-step guides on how to load converted video to Final Cut Pro.

2. Refer to here to learn how to work with different model of Sony cameras.

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Source: Ingest Sony Alpha NEX-3N 1080p MTS to Final Cut Pro

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