Convert mts to mov to import AVCHD to final cut pro

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Convert mts to mov to import AVCHD to final cut pro

Postby dancemli » Tue Jun 19, 2012 4:29 am

Final Cut Pro is a professional non-linear editing software application and provides non-linear, non-destructive editing of any QuickTime compatible video format including DV, HDV, MOV, MPEG-4 etc.

.mts is the file extension of AVCHD format which is used to take shoot by Sony, Panasonic, Canon, JVC AVCHD camcorders. And those AVCHD camcorders become more and more popular for high quality of AVCHD videos. If you have shoot videos in MTS format with your AVCHD camcorder and would like to playback mts files with Quicktime player, edit mts clip with iMovie or import mts video into Final Cut Pro, you should have to convert mts to mov with a software called MTS to MOV Converter for Mac, the best AVCHD Converter Mac.

How to import AVCHD to final cut pro?
Doremisoft AVCHD Converter mac can help you to convert MTS to MOV mac that mov is FCP supported video file so that you can easily import avchd to fcp and edit AVCHD files with FCP freely.

There are several mouse clicks steps to convert MTS to MOV with mts to mov converter mac:
Step 1: Add MTS videos
Launch the Mac MTS to MOV Converter and click the "Add File" button to browse your Mac hard disc and select the MTS videos you want to edit in MOV.

Step 2: Set MOV or HD MOV as the target format
Open the Profile list by clicking the triangle icon to the very right of the Profile field. Choose "Common Video > mov" or "HD Video > mov" as the output format.

Step 3: Convert MTS to MOV on mac
Press the green Start button, the MTS to MOV conversion will start. Just wait for a moment. The state will show you the conversion progress.

Tips:If you happen to have difficulty in final cut pro import mts process never mind, just read on this article and you will find out a simple solution for this problem. All you need is convert MTS to Final Cut Pro X compatible formats (like MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP).
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