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Sony Handycam MTS to Mac, transfer Sony Handycam Video to iMovie on Mac

Handycam,as the name of the first Video8 camcorder, is a Sony brand used to market its camcorder range. According to models of Sony Handycam, Sony HD Handycam series can record high definition 1440 x 1080 AVCHD(MPEG-4 AVC/H.264), capture stand definition 1440 x 1080(MPEG-2), such as Sony Handycam HDR-XR350V, HDR-CX350V,HDR-CX300, HDR-XR200V, HDR-XR520V, HDR-FX1000, HDR-CX520V, HDR-FX7, GVH-D700, DCR-DVD850, DCR-DVD650, DCR-HC52, etc.

For Mac users, they are no longer worried that Sony Handycam AVCHD Video cannot be compatible on Mac with a best AVCHD Converter for Mac, which can convert M2TS, MTS, etc videos to most popular formats, such as MOV, MP4, AVI, 3GP, FLV, MPEG-4, MP3, etc. And then you can import converted AVCHD MTS or M2TS files to Mac applications, like iMovie, FCP, FCE, iDVD and more for editing as you like.  

How to convert and import Sony Handycam video to Mac iMovie,FCP, FCE for editing and enjoy? Now, the following quick guide can help you.                 

Step One: Input Sony Handycam Video to Mac
After you copied Sony Handycam video files to Mac or PC, then you can launch Mac AVCHD Converter. Click “Add File” to add target AVCHD MTS video for converting.

Step Two: Select Output Video Format for Mac
Click the small down arrow at the very right of the "Profile" to open the Profile drop-up list to choose MOV, MP4,or DV as output video format for Mac iMovie, FCP, FCE, iDVD, etc.

Step Three: Start to convert Sony Handycam Video to Mac
Press “Start” button to convert selected AVCHD MTS files for Mac. When the conversion finished, you can enjoy them on Macs or PCs.

Related tips:
If you intend to edit your avchd m2ts or mts video in FCP, click here to get the detailed tutorial on how to edit AVCHD in Final Cut Pro/FCP or how to convert/Import, transfer Canon VIXIA HF Series Video to Mac, iMovie, Quicktime.

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