Encode Panasonic AG-AF100 AVCHD to ProRes 422/422 Proxy/4444

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Encode Panasonic AG-AF100 AVCHD to ProRes 422/422 Proxy/4444

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Description: This article aims to help Panasonic users convert AG-AF100 AVCHD to Apple ProRes as the best video codec for editing in FCP, the Mac AVCHD Converter can easily help you convert to many other formats.

Final Cut Pro is one of the most important NLE programs for mac users; many people choose to further edit wonderful footages they shot in FCP for uploading, sharing with friends or do their job such as give a lecture. If you happen to have the video editing problem with Panasonic AG series camcorder, this guide maybe the one you are looking for to make the AVCHD files working in this way.

You may need to get some assistance to convert Panasonic AVCHD to FCP compatible video format. Come along and test this powerful Panasonic AVCHD to FCP Converter, you can easily get Panasonic AG-AF100 AVCHD in ProRes 422, ProRes 4444, ProRes 422 Proxy for further editing.

1. Follow this link to download the Panasonic MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac for free, get it installed.

2. Connect your camera to mac, or use a card reader to transfer the AVCHD file to mac hard drive. Launch Panasonic to ProRes Converter, click the top left two icons to load the mts videos, or the entire folder.


3. Choose output video format—Final Cut Pro>Apple ProRes 422/422 Proxy/4444 (*.mov) as the best video codec for FCP on Mac.


4. Click the Convert circle to start converting Panasonic AVCHD files to Apple ProRes. it's normal that the converted prores encoded video to be 2~3 times larger than the original file.

A quick guide to show how to load the converted video to FCP.

More step-by-step guide for Panasonic users are available on how to convert Panasonic footages to various video formats.

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