Mac MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro Converter - import MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro CS3/CS4 on Mac OS X?
Have you ever tried to import MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro for further editing on Mac? If you tried, you may know that you can't import MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac. Now, let's solve this problem.
All of us know that Adobe Premiere Pro is a real-time, timeline based proprietary video editing software application. Adobe Premiere Pro supports some video formats like AVI, MOV, MP4, DV etc. In fact, Adobe Premiere Pro CS4 may supports AVCHD sometimes, but not in the trial version/upgrade.
MTS is a High-definition MPEG Transport Stream video format, commonly called "AVCHD", created by Sony, Panasonic, JVC, Canon and other HD camcorders. So when you import MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac you will get the error message "File format not supported".
If you want to import MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac, you should convert MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro. Mac MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro Converter is desinged for you to convert MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac, you can also use it to convert MTS to MP4, convert MTS to MPEG etc.
Besides above mentioned, with MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro Converter for Mac, vdieo editing functions like video croping, movie trimming, and vdieo effect adjustment are availiable for you to convert MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro on Mac.
Step by step tutorials for you to convert mts video to adobe premiere pro on Mac:
Step 1. Add mts video files
Download, install and run Mac MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro Converter, click the "add" button to add your mts video files.
Step 2. Select output format: "DV -Digital Video Format (*.dv)"
Choose the right format which can be supported by Adobe Premiere Pro, here we choose .dv format.
Step 3. Start converting
When all settings are done, click the "Start" button to start convert mts to Adobe Premiere Pro.
Tips: Before converting mts to Adobe Premiere Pro, you can trim video segment, crop area size, add effects, and create video watermark to colorize your output file.
Step 4. Import the output file to Adobe Premiere Pro
Launch Adobe Premiere Pro, select the converted dv video then click "Import".