Tips for Converting Sony CX760V AVCHD to MOV on Mac

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Tips for Converting Sony CX760V AVCHD to MOV on Mac

Postby vivian68 » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:21 am

Tips for Converting Sony CX760V AVCHD to MOV on Mac

Summary: If you have got Sony HDR-CX760V, you can follow this article to convert Sony HDR-CX760V 1080p AVCHD .mts for editing, Uploading or Managing on Mac.

Equipped with an embedded 96GB internal flash memory, the Sony HDR-CX760V High Definition Handycam Camcorder (Black) can record up to 38 hours of HD LP video footage. It shoots Full HD 1920 x 1080 60p/24p video and can also take 24.1 megapixels still images. It features a back-illuminated Exmor R CMOS sensor that's ideal for low-light situations. Plus, it features a 26mm wide angle Carl Zeiss Vario-Sonnar T Lens that supports 10x optical zoom and 17x extended zoom. There's also a 3.0" Xtra Fine LCD touch screen display for easy recording and instant playback.

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Full HD 1920 x 1080 60p/24p Recording with 24.1 Megapixel Still Image Capture

The HDR-CX760V offers 1920 x 1080 high definition resolution letting you record your adventures and memories in exceptional Full HD quality. The camcorder is capable of 60p or 24p recording and 60p playback via HDMI. You can use the camera's HDMI output to view your footage on a compatible HDTV in stunning clarity with incredible detail and smooth playback. You can also use the camcorder to capture 24.1 megapixel still images

Convert Sony HDR-CX760V 1080p AVCHD .mts for Editing, Uploading or Managing on Mac

If you have used Sony HDR-CX760V camcorder and recorded many clips, you may need to transfer recordings to Mac and edit with professional editing software like Final Cut Pro, Avid, iMovie, etc. But, AVCHD format is not friendly format for editing or playback, this best method is to convert AVCHD to compatible format with best codec for editing software, and then you can edit Sony HDR-CX760V 1080p videos without rendering, Pavtube MTS Converter for Mac is a top video converter on Mac which can transcode Sony HDR-CX760V 1080p AVCHD .mts to best format for FCP X, FCP 6/7, Avid, iMovie and Final Cut Express, etc. Now you can follow the steps below to convert Sony HDR-CX760V 1080p AVCHD .mts for Editing, Uploading or Managing on Mac.

Here are easy steps that you can follow to transcode Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD MTS to FCP X, iMovie or Avid MC.

1.Install Sony AVCHD Converter for Mac, and then load AVCHD files.

After install and launch the Pavtube MTS Video Converter Mac, drag and drop Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD MTS file. You can drag several files to the program directly.

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2.Choose output format.

Apple ProRes MOV is the best format for Final Cut Pro (X), here you just need to choose the target application as output format.

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For example, "Final Cut Pro"->"Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)".

If you need to edit in iMovie, please choose iMovie and Final Cut Express -> Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov).

And for Avid MC, please choose Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.mov).

3. Do some settings as you want, like output resolution and bitrate.

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4.Transcode Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD

At last, hit the "Convert" button to transcode Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD MTS clisp.

With this Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD to Mac MOV converter, you can easily change Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD files to Mac in FCP X, iMovie or Avid MC for editing, this software runs fast, so you can convert your Sony HDR-CX760V AVCHD footages to FCP X, iMovie or Avid MC in less time, video and audio synchronization are perfectly guaranteed, after converting you can follow this guide to import videos to FCP X, iMovie or Avid MC for editing.

You can also enjoy the AVCHD videos and movies with your family by burning Sony MTS files to Standard DVD.

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