on: May 20, 2013, 09:36:10 PM
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Convert MTS AVCHD to MOV and editing Camcorder MTS Video files in iMovie
Rewrap MTS to QuickTime MOV or Convert MTS to AIC for editing in iMovie
iMovie is a simple, easy-to-use video editing tool that comes with Apple operating system. Mac users can use iMovie to drag and drop clips to timeline, crop them, drag in titles and transitions, etc. Yep, just a few clicks, you can turn your digital movies from camera into your all-time favorite films. However, experienced iMovie user must have found that iMovie is not accessible as it claimed when trying to import MTS files to iMovie
.When iMovie doesn’t support MTS files?Two ways to edit MTS files in iMovie.Rewrap MTS to QuickTime MOV or Convert MTS to AIC for editing in iMovie?There’re two cases that iMovie doesn’t support MTS files:
1. iMovie doesn’t accept raw .MTS files copied from STREAM folder in AVCHD>>BDMV.MTS files are just grayed out if you try to use the option of “import movies” to load digital MTS files to iMovie.
2. iMovie can’t recognize 1080 50p/60p MTS files. Take Panasonic TM700 as an example, it is a HD camcorder which records both 1080/60p and 1080/60i AVCHD. Connect TM700 to iMac, then, iMovie will detect the camera and allows us to start loading MTS files. When importing process is finished, we can find only 1080/60i MTS files in iMovie.
In conclusion, iMovie doesn’t support 1080 50/60p MTS files whether the original AVCHD folder are kept intact or not. MTS in a whole AVCHD folder but neither at 1080/50p nor 1080/60p can be accessible to iMovie for further editing.
The below paragraphs are mainly focusing on how to make iMovie recognize 1080 50p/60p AVCHD files or separated .mts files copied from AVCHD folder.
There’re two ways to make these MTS files acceptable by iMovie
. Solution one: Rewrap MTS to QuickTime MOV without Re-encoding
Purchase ClipWrap with $49 to rewrap .mts files to mov without changing video samples and the speed of conversion is nearly as fast as a file copy. Solution Two: Convert/Transcode MTS to AIC (*.mov) for iMovie’s Further Editing
In addition to rewrapping, ClipWrap also supports transcode MTS files to Apple Intermediate Codec if you’are willing to pay $49.
However, if you can’t afford for a Apple Intermediate codec at $49,Mac Aunsoft MTS Converter as the best MTS to iMovie Converter for Mac
is a worthy-purchase with only $29 to not only transcode MTS to AIC but also Apple ProRes, DVCProHD, or Avid's DNxHD, Mpeg, H.264 codec, etc.Which is better for editing MTS in iMovie, Rewrap MTS to MOV or Convert MTS to AIC?
Here we did a test by importing rewrapped MOV to iMovie and loading MTS transcoded AIC to iMovie.
1. Using ClipWrap to rewrap a 28-second 1080/50p MTS file to a MOV file named as “rewrap.mov”
2. Using ClipWrap to transcode the 28-second 1080/50p MTS file to a “clipwrap-aic.mov”
3. Using Aunsoft MTS Converter to convert the 28-second 1080/50p MTS file to a “Aun-aic.mov”
Then, according to the option of “Import Movies” in iMovie, we separately import the three “rewrap.mov”, “clipwrap-aic.mov”, and “Aun-aic.mov” to iMovie. How long the importing process does lasts?
It takes three minutes to import “rewrap.mov” to iMovie, while only 5 seconds to import both “clipwrap-aic.mov”, and “Aun-aic.mov”. Since ClipWrap rewrapped MOV files doesn’t alter the original video’s samples, it seems that iMovie needs some time to optimize the rewrap.mov to match better.
Thus, the test turns out that both rewrapped MOV and converted AIC can achieve the goal of editing MTS in iMovie, but the converted AIC can be loaded to iMovie more quickly as AIC is iMovie best editing codec.
As far as I’m concerned, I’ll be more likely to recommend the solution of converting MTS to AIC for iMovie’s further editing instead of rewrapping MTS. And, as for which app to choose for converting MTS to AIC
, ClipWrap with $49 or Mac Aunsoft MTS Converter
ClipWrap is famous for its unique function to lossless rewrap existing HDV (mts) or AVCHD (mts) footage into QuickTime movies faster than realtime while Aunsoft MTS Converter is said to be professional at transcoding AVCHD/MTS/M2TS to AVI/MOV/WMV, etc. Well, it’s up to you to select the proper program for converting MTS footage to AIC for further editing in iMovie
on: May 20, 2013, 09:35:36 PM
Started by daisy520 - Last post by daisy520
Convert Panasonic AG-HVX200 MXF to IAC MOV edit in iMovie
Are you trying to play Panasonic AG-HVX200 MXF on Mac QuickTime
? I’m afraid that it’s impossible that P2 MXF can be accepted by Mac. Will you be going to transcode Panasonic HVX200 MXF to iMovie
for special editing? Sorry, iMovie still can’t have the ability to edit HVX200 MXF footage. It’s natural that You may get confused by so many questions: what’s Panasonic HVX200? What’s MXF? And how can transfer MXF to Mac?What’s Panasonic AG-HVX200?
Panasonic AG-HVX200 answers the demands of the professional HDTV photographer with a compact and feature packed acquisition tool, which can record HD videos on P2 Card. Learn some features about Panasonic AG-HVX200:
System: NTSC (AG-HVX200) & PAL (AG-HVX200E)
Codecs supported: DVCPRO HD, DVCPRO50, DVCPRO25，DV
Audio: uncompressed 16-bit, 4-channel digital audio
VFR: 12 fps to 60 fps in 720p mode under NTSC System
12 fps to 50 fps in 720p mode under PAL System
Recording: 1080/60i, 30p, 24p 720/60p, 30p, 24p 480/60i, 30p, 24p (NTSC)
1080/50i, 25p 720/50p, 25p 576/50i, 25p (PAL)Then, what’s MXF?
MXF, an abbreviation for Material Exchange Format, is
a "container" or "wrapper" format which supports a number of different streams of coded “essence,” encoded with any of a variety of codecs, together with a metadata wrapper which describes the material contained within the MXF file.
Currently, there’re two basic MXF
types: one is those where the essence (media) is stored in the same file as the metadata that refers to it. The other is that where the essence is stored in separate files to the metadata, while these files have External essence. Learn two basic MXF types, please enter: http://www.aunsoft.com/what-is-mxf-convert-mxf-p2-mxf-to-mov-edit-mxf-fcp/
Also, there comes the last but the most important question: how to edit HVX200 MXF in iMovie
Since iMovie can’t natively support editing HVX200 MXF files. The clips captured from Panasonic AG-HVX200 must be converted to iMovie compatible formats before importing MXF to iMovie
. “What’s the best friendly format for iMovie?” I guess you must have another question. iMovie’s native format is Apple Intermediate Codec (*.mov), so we’d better transcode MXF to AIC at first. In the meantime, a MXF to AIC Converterfor Mac
is of great importance. Never mind, here we’ll recommend a program called TransMXF Converter that’s especially designed for MXF Camcorders to convert and edit MXF files.
Follow the simple steps to solve this problem of importing Panasonic AG-HVX200 MXF to iMovie.Step 1
: Install Mac MXF to MOV Converter
and load Panasonic AG-HPX200 MXF files to TransMXF Converter from HD Camcorder.Step 2
: Drop down format list to select iMovie and Final Cut Ex >>Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov) as output format.Step 3
: Start conversion from MXF to AIC MOV for iMovie
With only three steps, you can easily import P2 MXF to iMovie
for special editing.
on: May 20, 2013, 04:37:34 AM
Started by lucasjacbo - Last post by lucasjacbo
Are you currently a video editing worker or video editing lover? Which video editor do you like most? Why? You can find 3 video editor, it is possible to understand them for right here.
iMovie is Apple's entry-level editing plan, and performs properly for swift, straight-forward editing tasks. The vital approach is importing clips then arranging them within a sequence. iMovie would be the oldest on the applications integrated with iLife. It was marketed by Apple as an easy-to-use video editing application that permitted novice customers to speedily generate professional-quality films. The very first version on the application was released in October 1999 and bundled together with the iMac DV. So what are you able to do together with the iMovie? It is possible to use it to edit the images and video clips and add titles, music, and effects, like standard colour correction and video enhancement tools and transitions for example fades and slides.
iMovie compatible video files: Tapeless Camcorder (MPEG-2, MPEG-4 and AVCHD);
Tape primarily based DV-Standard and HDV (Higher Definition Video); Portion Camera/Mobile Telephone video/other video recorder devices (MPEG-1, MEPG-2, MPEG-4, H.264, 3GP, MP4); A part of QuickTime compatible MOV videos; MPEG-4 video.
2. Final Cut Pro X
Final Cut Pro X can be a video production suite for OS X from Apple Inc. Final Cut Pro X can be a massive update for the venerable editing suite, in no modest portion due to the fact it truly is now (lastly) constructed with 64-bit assistance. That implies that the app is going to be in a position to reap the benefits of the added memory space in Mac OS X Snow Leopard along with the upcoming Mac OS X Lion. The massive new function is named the Magnetic Timeline, which requires a trackless strategy to editing.
3. Adobe Premiere Pro
Adobe Premiere Pro can be a timeline-based video editing application application. It truly is a part of the Adobe Inventive Suite, a suite of graphic design and style, video editing and net improvement applications. Several of the notable benefits of Premiere Pro more than Premiere Components are a number of sequence help, higher bit-depth rendering, multicamera editing, time remapping, scopes, colour correction tools, sophisticated audio mixer interface, and bezier keyframing.
Related reading:Get a way to crop swf file by converting swf to other formatLearn top 4 features of a swf video converterTake a look at 4 attributes of a swf video converterTips on how to convert swf file to mp3 for playing everywhereEasy method to crop swf video with swf video converterTake a simple method to convert 4K YouTube video to MP4
on: May 19, 2013, 11:45:35 PM
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Best Mac MTS to FCP Converter for converting Panasonic V201AVCHD files to FCP
How to import Panasonic V201 Video to Final Cut Pro on Mac?
Edit Panasonic V201 AVCHD files in FCP on Mac
Panasonic release new 2013 camcorders,V201 is one of them.Someone bought it and think the Panasonic v201
is the best value for the money, and the 1080p with massive zoom and perfect video quality is nice to have. The image stabilizer works very good. The Panasonic V201 recorded in AVCHD format and if the users want to edit Panasonic V201 AVCHD files in FCP
. Mac Panasonic V201 AVCHD Converter
helps to convert avchd video recorded with Panasonic v201 to FCP.
1. Run AVCHD to Apple ProResConverter for Mac
and add Panasonic V201 AVCHD files
First dumped the AVCHD files Launch Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac
and add AVCHD files using the USB adapter that comes with the V201.Clicking on the button to browser AVCHD file path on your local Mac computer. Then all Panasonic V201 AVCHD MTS/M2TS clips
will show in Resource Tab of Final Mate for Mac.
2. Join AVCHD files and choose Apple ProRes 422 as output option
Directly drag and drop Panasonic V201 AVCHD files from Resource Tab to Movies Tab or Timeline to create a new movie and join AVCHD files into one for converting to Apple ProRes 422 Codec.There will be a pop-out window during the process shown as following:
Please choose “Create A Single Movie
” to merge all Panasonic V201 AVCHD video footage into one movie.
3. Start converting Panasonic v201 AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422
Click on Export button and follow Export into Editor > Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 HQ(*.mov)
format to choose your output format for converting AVCHD to FCP supported format.
Confirm your settings and click ok to starting conversion. Minutes later, you can access combined Apple ProRes 422 MOV movie
by clicking on “Browse for Export Path”. Now you are able to edit Panasonic v201 AVCHD files on FCP without rendering with the help of Final Mate for Mac
as the best camcorder software on Mac OS X.
on: May 19, 2013, 11:44:56 PM
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Edit Panasonic SD900 AVCHD in iMovie on Mac with the top AVCHD Converter
If you have Panasonic SD900
, you’re lucky for being able to split the long videos with HD Writer on PC without paying for another editing software. However, if fantastic by all-in-one design flat iMac, you may have an iMac with 1920*1080 high resolutions as your desktop. Then, you’ll be annoyed to find this powerful iMac so unfriendly to HD Writer that editing Panasonic SD900 AVCHD is impossible using Panasonic SD own software HD Writer 3.0.
Never mind, since HD Writer can only works on Windows OS; you may try to edit SD900 AVCHD in iMovie or FCP
. Meanwhile, the more frustrating is that neither iMovie nor FCP can recognize HDC-SD900 MTS files. Is there another way to import Panasonic HDC-SD900 recorded 1080/60p AVCHD to iMovie? Of course, you can edit 1080/60p MTS in iMovie if you have Final Mate
for HD cams totranscode AVCHD to iMovie’s compatible format
As a flag program of Aunsoft, Final Mate is no more than an AVCHD Converter
, it’s also AVCHD Editor. Let’s have a brief knowledge of Aunsoft Final Mate:
1. Convert HD Camera videos to AIC, ProRes, MP4, MOV, etc
2. Lossless merge/join MTS
, M2TS, MOD, TOD from HD cam into original format
3. Camcorder wizard to manage HD cam videos flawlessly
when doing conversion
4. Rewrap to MKV
without re-encoding for WD TV Live
5. Convert 2D to 3D
6. Frame by frame splitting, cutting
Having read through the above main features, you can’t wait to try this HD cam’s must tool. Why not just go ahead to test Final Mate to see if it’s able to convert Panasonic MTS to iMovie
: you can directly add AVCHD to Final Mate directly from Panasonic SD900 or from local disc if you’ve moved MTS files to Mac
How to load AVCHD to Final Mate from Panasonic?
Connect Panasonic SD900 to iMac with USB after launching Final Mate. Then, a window pops up to ask you if you need back up MTS files onto Mac. It’s up to you if you’d like to manage your Camcorder videos
. Okay, we just skip this step to enter main window to switch to “Camcorder Tab” to drag MTS files to “Movie.”
How to load AVCHD from local disc to Final Mate?
Run Final Mate, switch to “Resource Tab,” add the input path where the MTS clips are stored.Step 2:
Choose AIC as output format for iMovie.
Firstly, right click clips in “Movie” to select “change output type to conversion type”, then, click format icon to select iMovie and Final Cut Express>>Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)Step 3
: Convert MTS to iMovie
The last step comes to convert Panasonic SD900 AVCHD to AIC for iMovie
. When conversion’s done, you will directly load the exported AIC to iMovie for special editing.
Even if we can’t have HD Writer on Mac, we still have the best solution for editing Panasonic SD900 MTS files in iMovie. But never forget to download Panasonic’s good assistant: Final Mate to convert MTS to AIC
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, converting 2D to 3D
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, or even lossless merge MTS
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