How to convert AVCHD MTS to Final Cut Pro with MTS to FCP Converter for Mac?
When you recorded some funny videos by using some HD camcorders (E.g. Sony Handycam series, Panasonic Lumix line, Canon Vixia and EOS cams etc), you may got some MTS files. For Mac users, Final Cut Pro must be the first choice for video editing.
But you may find that import MTS into FCP is not an easy thing. How to import MTS to FCP for editing on Mac? As I know, the firest thing is convert MTS to FCP supported video formats like MOV, MP4, etc.
The Mac MTS to FCP Converter can help you convert MTS to Apple ProRes 422 and Apple Intermediate Codec which are recongnized by FCP. After converting MTS to FCP supported ProRes 422, ProRes 422 LT, ProRes 422 HQ, ProRes 422 Proxy, ProRes 4444 and others, you can import MTS to FCP for further editing on Mac.
If you like, this MTS to FCP Converter Mac also can convert MTS to other friendly video formats such as MKV, WMV, AVI, FLV, 3GP, etc on Mac. After converting MTS on Mac, you can enjoy your videos on QuickTime player, iTunes, iPad, iPhone, iPod, etc.
The following guide is written to help you to convert MTS to FCP with MTS to FCP Converter Mac.
Step 1. Download and run MTS to FCP Converter for Mac.
After running Mac MTS to FCP Converter, click “Add” button and browse to the HD footages either from scratch disk or cam HDD for loading to the converter
Step 2. Select outut format and set a location for your files.
Click on "Format" bar and follow "Final Cut Pro" template to set a FCP friendly format. Here we choose "Final Cut Pro" > "Apple ProRes 4444(*.mov)" as output format, then you can click "Browse" button to set a location.
Step 3. Converting MTS to FCP on Mac.
Click "Convert" to start converting MTS to FCP on Mac and after conversion, you can import converted files into FCP for editing on Mac.