Mac Import Panasonic Lumix GF5 AVCHD.mts files in to Avid MC

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Mac Import Panasonic Lumix GF5 AVCHD.mts files in to Avid MC

Postby AbbyCarrie11 » Tue Nov 05, 2013 2:38 pm

Expanding on their GF3 as the entry-level Lumix G-series model, Panasonic has launched the Lumix GF5 with DSLR-like quality

and responsiveness in a compact, easy to use form, complete with the latest touch screen navigation. Besides, the GF5 is an

advanced photographic tool for recording not only great photos but also beautiful full HD 1,920 x 1,080 videos in AVCHD

(MPEG-4 / H.264) format. The high performance, intuitive control and high quality video make it a perfect camera for

photographers until you find it impossible to [URL=]

transfer Panasonic GF5 AVCHD to Avid Media Composer[/URL]

The reason why the importing problem occurs is easy to find out. The AVCHD (*.mts) is, a proprietary form of H.264, is not

the compatible video format of Avid Media Composer (Avid MC), thus you can not deirectly import AVCHD clips into Avid MC.

Its most friendly video format is DNxHD (*.mov). [URL=

mac/]Converting Panasonic GF5 AVCHD to edit in Avid MC[/URL]
is your necessary step. Although Avid MC has added some

plug-ins, actually background converters, for AVCHD editors, the importing process is unbelievably slow. To find a powerful

and profession AVCHD to DNxHD converter becomes more important.

Here recommended the [URL=]aPubsoft MTS/M2TS Converter

for Mac[/URL]
. Its great performance makes it much faster to transcode AVCHD footages to DNxHD (.mov) with original

quality. In addition, it is capable of deinterlacing 1080i files, adding text/image/video as water mark, combining

imported clips for easy editing, replacing audio tracks, customizing converted settings, etc. Due to these amazing

features, it is the top MTS to Avid MC Converter for Mac users.

Guide and Tips on AVCHD to DNxHD conversion:


Step 1: Free download the [URL=]aPubsoft Mac AVCHD to

Avid MC Converter[/URL]
and load your MTS clips into it.


1. If you want to join the files as one, please select all files and click "Merge".

2. You can also copy the videos to your Mac and put the .m2ts files to the Mac MTS Converter.

Step 2: Choose Avid Media Composer --> Avid DNxHD(*.mov) as output format by clicking Format box on the main interface.


Step 3: Adjust video and audio parameters as you need in the Profile Setting. You can adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate,

sample rate and audio channel there.


You'd better set the video frame rate as 30fps, video size as 1920*1080 and select the audio channels as 5.1 channels to

keep the best quality for editing in Avid Media Composer.

Step 4: Click the button for Convert and you can start [URL=

panasonic-lumix-gf5-avchd-footages-to-avid-media-composer-on-mac/]trascoding Panasonic GF5 AVCHD to DNxHD[/URL]

editing in Avid MC.

When the AVCHD to DNxHD conversion is completed, you can easily put the Panasonic GF5 recordings to Avid MC without any

problem. What's more, the Mac AVCHD Converter can also make AVCHD footages editable in iMovie, FCE, Final Cut Pro, Adobe

Premiere Pro, etc. If you are interest in the versatile Mac converting tool, please go to the

aPubsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac
to get more info.

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