Convert HS900 AVCHD MTS/M2TS footages toAIC for FCE Editing on Mac OS X Lion
HDC-HS900 is an excellent camcorder, afteryou got it, you may want to use it to record videos then cut/edit videofootages recorded by HDC-HS900. However, editing HDC-HS900 video footage on Macis not as easy as we thought. The reason lies on the AVCHD MTS/M2TS videoformat used in HD camcorders like HS900, AVCHD MTS/M2TS format is not supportedwell in Final Cut Express 4.0. Many people explained that there always manyproblems when editing AVCHD footage on FCE. Anyway, edit native AVCHD videos onFCE is not that smooth. According to the test, the AIC videos are compatiblefor being editing on FCE.
Pavtube Video Converter for Mac is really aperfect HDC-HS900 AVCHD to FCE Mac converter which aims to help make HDC-HS900HD camcorder video footage editable on FCE. Besides, it is also a powerfulAVCHD MTS/M2TS to AIC converter on Mac which helps people convert AVCHD videosto AIC on Mac for editing/playing on Mac computer.
Below are some tips for you to import and Edit HS900 AVCHD MTS/M2TS videos in FCE on Mac OS X Lion?
Step 1. Import HDC-HS900 AVCHD MTS/M2TSfiles to Pavtube Video Converter for Mac.
Click the add button to import the AVCHDresource files to the Pavtube AVCHD MTS/M2TS to AIC converter on Mac. Then thefiles will be listed on the file list tab, you can choose to check theproperties of the video or preview it.
Step 2. Choose suitable output format forthe HDC-HS900 AVCHD to AIC conversion.
Click the format bar, and there will bemany output formats on the format list. You are recommended to choose iMovieand Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov).
Step 3. Convert HDC-HS900 AVCHD MTS/M2TSvideo footages to FCE.
Click the “Convert” button and start transcode HDC-HS900 AVCHD MTS/M2TS footage to AIC for FCE will begin at once.
When the conversion finished, you candirectly import the output AIC MOV files to Final Cut Express for editing andmake your movies. The importing needn’t any rendering because the AIC MOV isone of the compatible video formats on Mac OS X Lion.