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Convert/Import AVCHD MTS/M2TS Files to Final Cut Pro on Mac

AVCHD is a highly compressed video format and often recorded by Camcorder like JVC GZ-HM400, Sony HDR-SR10E and Canon VIXIA HFS10 etc in AVCHD (MTS, M2TS,TS) format. But, if you want to edit AVCHD in Final Cut Pro/FCP or add AVCHD footage in Final Cut. Then you need a AVCHD Converter to convert AVCHD to FCP supported formats.

Final Cut Pro is a professional non-linear editing software application and provides non-linear, non-destructive editing of any QuickTime compatible video format including DV, HDV,MOV, MPEG-4 etc.

AVCHD Converter for Mac is an awesome tool to convert AVCHD MTS, M2TS,TS to FCP formats like DV, HDV,MOV, MPEG-4 etc. It’s specially designed for Canon, JVC, Sony, Hitachi and Panasonic camera users with easy-to-use interface and powerful functions. Owning this Mac AVCHD Converter, everyone can have "highest quality" for their home videos.

Easy Steps of Importing AVCHD video from the camcorder into FCP:

Preparaton: Plug in your camera and save MTS video on the hard drive.

Step 1 Add source files:
Download and run AVCHD Converter for Mac. Then open main interface and click Add Files for adding MTS files.

If you want to work with several source files at once, you need to add the first source file, then do this same sequence for sencond source, third source and so on.

Step 2 Output Settings
As you can see the main window shows up. Click Profile and you have to select your prefer output video format.

There are detailed explanations below for various features in main window.
Clip: Shrink an AVCHD video size or cut video into small clips
Edit: Crop play area, adjust video frame effects, preview the video files, etc for editing AVCHD videos
Merge: Join a couple of camera clips or merge different files into one.
Settings: Next to the pull-down menu of Profile and adjust the Resolution, Frame rate, Encoder and Bitrate of AVCHD files.
Destination: Save your converted files and next Open button to find the converted AVCHD movie files.

Step 3 Start Conversion
When you get all selections ready, press Start. The conversion process will begin.

Step4  Import converted videos to Final Cut Pro and edit AVCHD video in FCP natively.

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