Edit Panasonic HDC-TM900 mts to final cut pro x

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Edit Panasonic HDC-TM900 mts to final cut pro x

Postby dancemli » Fri Oct 19, 2012 2:35 am

The HDC-TM900 High Definition Camcorder is a high-end HD offering from Panasonic. Right off the bat a few of the camera's most desirable features include: 1920 x 1080/24p recording, a 32GB internal flash memory, an SD memory card slot, the option to record in 3D, and a quality image sensor system. These features alone give you detailed, beautiful images, a plethora of recording space, and the ability to shoot fun and unique movies in 3D with an optional lens.

The 3MOS System has 7.59 million effective motion image pixels (2.53 megapixels x 3). This sensor separates the light received through the lens into the three primary colors -- red, green and blue, and processes each color independently, to offer images with significantly better color quality, detail and gradation than 1MOS sensor system.

I'm trying to pull my footage off SD cards that was filmed on a Panasonic HS900 MTS files (AVCHD 1080p/60) to final cut pro X, but with no luck, is there a way to get through this?
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To edit Panasonic HDC-TM900 mts to final cut pro x, you can use doremisfot AVCHD converter for mac, which will easily convert MTS files to Final Cut Pro compatible formats (like MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP).

You just need:
1. Import MTS files to this converter
After you download this MTS to Final Cut Pro X Converter, install and launch it. Then simply click "Add File" button to import your .mts files.

2. Set FCP or Final Cut Pro X compatible format as output format
Choose the output format and saving file folder from the profile and destination. To import MTS to Final Cut Pro X, select "MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP" as output video format.

Step 3. Start to convert MTS to Final Cut Pro X
Click "Start" button to begin the MTS to Final Cut Pro and this converter will do the rest for you.

Related: convert mts to imovie, HD to Final Cut Pro Mac.
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