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Old Mar 07, 2011, 09:07 PM
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Default Play/Stream Panasonic TM900 60p/50p AVCHD to Galaxy Tab 10.1

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Play/Stream Panasonic TM900 60p/50p AVCHD to Galaxy Tab 10.1
The HDC-TM900 High Definition Camcorder is a HD offering from Panasonic. Right off the bat a few of the camera's most desirable features include: 1920 x 1080/60p 50p recording, a 32GB internal flash memory, an SD memory card slot, the option to record in 3D, and a quality image sensor system. These features alone give you detailed, beautiful images, a plethora of recording space, and the ability to shoot fun and unique movies in 3D with an optional lens.

With such a cool camcorder on hand, you may eager to shoot your baby, your lover, you beloved family at your leisure. You may also like to transfer HD 1080/60p 50p videos from Panasonic HDC-TM900 to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for playback or sharing your family video on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and still keep 1080p resolution? You may notice that the .mts file from Panasonic TM900 AVCHD camcorder does not work on Galaxy Tab 10.1. A powerful AVCHD to Galaxy Tab 10.1 converter is needed to help you convert/download Panasonic TM900 1080p video to Galaxy Tab 10.1 1080p MP4.

Aunsoft Video Converter is the recommended Panasonic TM900 AVCHD to Galaxy Tab 10.1 converter for you to play Panasonic HDC-TM900 HD video on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 with fast conversion. It does not only convert MTS to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 MP4, but also downscales and merge large 1080/60p MTS video to smaller 1080p MP4 video for perfect playback on Galaxy Tab 10.1. The Panasonic AVCHD converter works on Windows XP/Windows Vista/Windows 7/Windows Home Server.


If you have other AVCHD camcorders like Panasonic HDC-SD800, HDC-SD60, HDC-HS900, Lumix GH2, etc and want to play the movies on Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for presentation or sharing, just follow the steps below, and your .mts or .m2ts videos could be synced to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 after conversion.

Step 1. Load Panasonic TM900 video to Aunsoft Video Converter.
Connect Panasonic HDC-TM900 camcorder to PC via USB cable and transfer .mts files from camcorder to PC hard drive. Run Aunsoft Video Converter as Panasonic TM900 to Galaxy Tab MP4 converter on Windows 7, and click the "Add" button to load .mts videos.

Step 2. Choose HD H.264 Video MP4 1080/24fps format.
Click the "Format" option and choose HD Video > H.264 HD Video (*.mp4) as output format. The Panasonic TM900 to Galaxy Tab 10.1 converter will transcode TM900 1920x1080 60p MTS to 1920x1080 24fps MP4 for Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.



Tip: If you want to merge lots of TM900 MTS files into one MP4 file for enjoying with Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, please make sure to tick the checkbox of “Merge into one file”.
Step 3. Convert Panasonic TM900 MTS to Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Click the convert button under the preview window, and the Panasonic MTS to Galaxy Tab 10.1 MP4 converter will start converting and downscaling 1080/60p MTS to 1080p 24fps MP4 for Galaxy Tab 10.1.

After the conversion, just put the output TM900 HD videos to your Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 for presentation or sharing.

Tip: This Panasonic HDC-TM900 MTS Converter also supports converting Panasonic HDC-HS700, HDC-TM700, HDC-SD600, HDC-SD800, HDC-HS900, HDC-SD900, HDC-SD600, HDC-SD60, Lumix GH2, HDC-SDT750K, etc MTS/M2TS files to iPad/iPad 2, iPhone 4, Apple TV 2, Motorola Atrix 4G, Motorola Xoom, Samsung Galaxy Tab, HTC Flyer, BlackBerry PlayBook, LG Optimus Pad, HP TouchPad, etc for playing and sharing.

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Old Apr 29, 2011, 05:02 AM
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Import/Convert Panasonic TM900 MTS Recordings to ProRes 422 HQ for Final Cut Pro 7
For my family, watching the recordings together can be a time of happy memories. Watching the recordings, even if its years apart, can be a special time to bring the family together by remembering fondly a unique, shared experience. Pop some popcorn and make it fun evening event. The movies can be used as a means of reminding our children how much we wanted them and care for them. So all my recordings are kept perfectly in DVDs or BD discs, nowadays, I bought a new Panasonic HDC-TM900, and we just went to Spain and took a day trip to Tanger. The Panasonic TM900 was so amazing to see everything and hear everything in high quality.

Yesterday, I just wanted to log and transfer all the recordings which I found are MTS videos from TM900 to Final Cut Pro 7 for editing as usual. Unfortunately, the FCP didn’t see them. Searched on online, I realized the 1080/60p videos recordings can not be compatible with Mac software, so I need a conversion, but I don’t want to losing quality for converting to other format, I think ProRes 422 HQ is the best codec I'd like to use with FCP 7.

After searched convert tm900 to ProRes 422 HQ, Aunsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac is the recommended by google for converting Panasonic TM900 MTS to ProRes 422 with high quality for FCP on Mac with less compressed Apple ProRes format.
Below is the fast guide for me to convert HDC-TM900 1080/60p AVCHD to ProRes 422 HQ for FCP 7.
Step 1. Upload Panasonic footage to Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac.
Use USB cable to connect Panasonic camcorder to iMac/MacBook Pro, run Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac as the best 1080/60p AVCHD to ProRes 422 HQ converter on Mac 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard and 10.4 Tiger. Click the "Add" button to import .mts files from camcorder to the converter.
Step 2. Choose ProRes 422 HQ codec with 1080 video size.
Click the "Format" option, and move mouse cursor to Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov) as output format. Click the "Settings" button and choose 1920*1080 from the drop-down box of video size to keep HD resolution.


Step 3. Convert Panasonic HDC-TM900 AVCHD video to ProRes MOV for FCP 7.
Click the convert button under the preview window, the Mac Panasonic Video converter will start converting 1080/60p AVCHD footage to ProRes 422 HQ for FCP 7.
After the conversion from TM900 to ProRes 422 HQ for FCP, I can import the output .mov files to Final Cut Studio for editing.
Tips:
1. If you are using Final Cut Pro 5 or lower version, ProRes is not the best format for you. However, you can choose QuickTime Movie Format > Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) as output format for editing on Mac.
2. If you records videos in 1080i, you will need to deinterlace 1080i video to progressive mode for smooth playback on Mac computer. Click the Editor button and go to the Effect tab to make sure the checkbox for deinterlacing is ticked before clicking the convert button.

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