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Mac import TS to FCP, how to convert TS to Final Cut Pro on

Postby tomia » Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:08 am

Mac import TS to FCP, how to convert TS to Final Cut Pro on Mac?

MPEG transport stream (TS) is a standard format for transmission and storage of audio, video, and Program and System Information Protocol (PSIP) data. Sometimes, you need to edit these TS files in Final Cut Pro on Mac, but you may find that you can't import TS files into FCP successfully and smoothly. The reason of this problem is FCP is not recongnized well with TS format. Is there an easy way to import TS to FCP so that you can edit TS files with FCP on Mac?

The easy solution for Mac users is using Mac TS to FCP Converter. With this converter, you can convert TS to FCP supported video formats like MP4, MOV, DV, HDV, etc on Mac. Of course, this program not only enables users convert TS to FCP, but also allows users convert TS to other popular video formats like AVI, MKV, FLV, MPG, 3GP, etc. Mac TS to FCP Converer provides you perfect conversion in high conversion speed and high quality.

What's more, this converter has many video editing functions which allow users edit the TS files as their will. You can crop videos, merge videos, trim videos, add watermark and so on. After converting TS to FCP, you can import TS to FCP for editing on Mac. All things are ready, you can play the videos on iPod, iPad, iPhone, PSP etc portable devices.

How to convert TS to FCP with TS to FCP Converter for Mac?

Step 1 Load TS files into this program

In this step, click add button to upload the TS files to this converter.


Step 2 Select output format

Here, you can click "Profile" to choose ".mov" as the output format. Then, save the files to the foler by clicking the "Browse" button.

Step 3 Convert TS to FCP on Mac OS X

Click convert button to start converting TS to FCP on Mac. Before conversion, you can crop the picture frame of a video, add Watermarks, etc to make your videos.
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