How to load Sony TD10 AVCHD to Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas

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How to load Sony TD10 AVCHD to Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas

Postby Vincent121 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 1:47 am

How to load Sony TD10 AVCHD to Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas

Summary: If you have problems when load Sony TD10 AVCHD to Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas, just follow this article to solve.

Sony's HDR-TD10 Full HD 3D Camcorder brings the excitement of 3D to your home videos. Capture eye-popping memories that will blow your friends and family away when viewed on your 3D HDTV or the generous 3.5" LCD, which requires no special glasses. Of course, those 3D movies can be viewed in 2D and the camera can capture straight 2D movies and digital stills to its 64GB flash memory as well.

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Recording feature:
The TD10 utilizes 2 "Exmor R" sensors which capture 1920 x 1080 3D video. The "Exmor R" sensors are back-illuminated for excellent shooting, even in low light conditions. Other features of the camera, which render impressive 2D and 3D video include 60p and 24p recording and dual wide-angle G lenses from Sony. Most 3D cameras achieve the 3D affect by splitting a 1920 x 1080 signal in to two 960 x 540 channels in order to squeeze them onto one sensor, thereby limiting resolution on the final output. Because the Sony HDR-TD10 utilizes two HD sensors, it provides a full 1920 x 1080 lines of resolution on both channels, giving you a richer and more immersive 3D experience.

Although Sony TD10 recorded AVCHD video is said to be supported by some video editing softwares, but for professional editing in Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Avid MC, is Sony TD10 AVCHD compatible with these software? Unlucky, it can't. Among these editing software compatibility list, we don't see support for Sony TD10 AVCHD files. That's to say, you can't import Sony TD10 AVCHD files to Avid MC, Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere for editing directly.

Question 1: How to edit Sony TD10 recorded AVCHD video in Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas smooth without problems?

Answer 1: To get no problems when importing and editing Sony TD10 AVCHD in Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas, you will need to convert Sony TD10 AVCHD to best format for Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas. For Avid Media Composer, the best format is Avid DNxHD codec MOV format, for Premiere and Sony Vegas, you can choose WMV for output, MPG and MOV is also appropriate.

Question 2: Which software can convert Sony TD10 recorded AVCHD to Avid MC, Premiere, Sony Vegas best format with top video and audio quality?

Answer 2: Pavtube MTS Converter maybe the first choice, this is best Sony TD10 AVCHD converter, which can convert Sony TD10 AVCHD to Avid DNxHD MOV, WMV or MPG with best speed and quality, it has presetted formats for these editing software, and they are optimized.

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Here is the output format screenshot.

For Avid Media Composer:

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For Adobe Premiere and Sony Vegas

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Once you have loaded the Sony TD10 recordings to this best Sony TD10 MTS converter, you can choose these formats for output, and you can customize the output parameters, such as resolution, bitrate, etc.

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Edit function is very easy to use, you can trim or crop your Sony TD10 recorded AVCHD video, or adjust effect, add watermark to the recordings before conversion.

Now please try this Sony TD10 AVCHD to Avid MC, Premiere and Sony Vegas converter, the program will transcode the AVCHD video with top speed with the help of NVIDIA CUDA and AMD APP acceleration. If you want to run this software on Mac OS, please install the Sony TD10 AVCHD converter for Mac, which can transcode AVCHD footages to Mac editing software like FCP, iMovie, FCE, Avid, etc.

PS. If you have any problem, pls contact with macsupport@pavtube.com to get more information. You also can leave a message on Pavtube Community or Pavtube Facebook, we will answer your questions as soon as possilble.
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