Import Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to iMovie on Mac
Sony HDR-CX150 has 1920 x 1080 Full HD recording, it's powerful for users to shoot videos in daily life. Sony HDR-CX150 as a Full HD 16GB Flash Memory Camcorder, it provides perfect recording experience, when you shot many videos and want to import Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to iMovie for editing on Mac, you may face a problem that iMovie is not compitable well with these .mts files. Converting Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to iMovie is the best solution.
Mac Sony HDR-CX150 to iMovie Converter will be as the best choice for Mac users to convert and import Sony HDR-CX150 MTS files to iMovie on Mac. With it, just a few simple steps, conversion will be finished. It offers high conversion speed and high quality output. It enables users to convert Sony HDR-CX150 MTS to iMovie supported video formats like MOV, MP4, etc on Mac. Meanwhile, if you need, you can convert Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD files to other video and audio formats like MP4, MOV, MKV, FLV, AVI, WMV, etc.
Not only can convert Sony HDR-CX150 to iMovie Mac, this powerful Mac Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to iMovie Converter owns many editing functions which allows users to make some necessary editings like set video codec, frame bitrate, crop videos, merge videos, trim videos, and son on. This converter will be your best helper to convert Sony HDR-CX150 MTS to iMovie on Mac.
The guide shows you how to convert Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to MOV for iMovie on Mac
Step 1. Add Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD files to this converter
After downloading and running this Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to iMovie Converter Mac, you can click "Add" button to upload the AVCHD files to this program.
Step 2. Select output format
We choose QuickTime Movie Format > Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov) as output format. Of course, you can choose other video formats like MP4, MKV, WMV, AVI, etc.
Step 3. Start converting AVCHD to MOV on Mac
Click "Convert" button to convert Sony HDR-CX150 AVCHD to MOV format. Before conversion, you can make some settings or editings like merging videos, trimming videos, adding watermark and so on.