Transcode Sony FS100/FS700 AVCHD to AIC for editing

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Transcode Sony FS100/FS700 AVCHD to AIC for editing

Postby jssqmaty » Thu Nov 29, 2012 10:27 am

Sony NEX-FS700 and FS100 are excelent camcorders, if you have got one of them and you are new to these AVCHD camcoders, you may meet some troubles with iMovie. In fact it is a common issue happens to tusers. Beacuse the AVCHD is not a good editing format, especially the video uses AVCHD 2.0 technology from FS100/FS700. To transfer the video to iMovie to smoothly edit, the best way is to change AVCHD to a comaptible format for iMovie. As far as I know, a top AVCHD Converter will be needed.

I bet Brorsoft AVCHD to iMovie Converter will be your best choice. It not only help you convert AVCHD to iMovie, but also let you experience the fast conversion process. Besides, the powerful program allows you freely select or edit the video and audio settings for choosing the quality as you like. Plus, I have been using it for a long time and I've never a error with it. It works fine, it help me a lot, I like it very much. Why not trust it?

Step 1. Add files to the converter.

After opening the program, please click "file" to load FS700 or FS100 AVCHD files to it, you also can drag and drop several files to the software.

Step 2. Choose output format.

Please select the best format from "Format > iMovie" for converting to. iMovie's native foramt is "Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) .mov".

Tip: If you wanna edit the video/audio parameters, you need to go to "settings".


Step 3. Convert AVCHD.

As soon as the above things are ready, you can hit the "convert" to transcode Sony FS700/FS100 AVCHD to iMovie effortless.

Step 4. Get the converted clips.

After converting AVCHD to AIC, pls click "open" to find the converted file. Now you can smoothly import the video to iMovie 8/9/11 for further editing on Mac OS X.


1. In fact, the convert tool offers a good deal more functionality than this article could touch—for example, trimming video, merging files, deinterlacing 1080i footage. I believe you will get a big help.

2. Best video/audio settings:


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