MTS to Final Cut Express Converter for Mac
"I've converted my 1920×1080 AVCHD (mts) files to 1440×1080 and made a sequence in Final Cut Express, when I export to Apple TV and view them in QuickTime, however, the files are not properly stretched on playback. I've tried setting the item properties of the clips and the sequence in Final Cut Express to 'anamorphic' but this didn't result in QuickTime playing them in widescreen." The above problem is very common when you want to import your MTS file to Final Cut Express for editing. Fortunately, some people have already paid attention to it and contributed their valuable suggestions. Before revealing the hint, we should first clarify the relationship between AVCHD (mts) and Final Cut Express. Final Cut Express is a non-linear video editing application created by Apple Inc and is designed for advanced editing of digital video as well as high-definition video, there are many versions of Final Cut Express, but not all the versions can support AVCHD (mts), only the recently release Final Cut Express 4 adds support for the AVCHD cameras. But despite Final Cut Express 4 advertising support for AVCHD, there are still limitations: it only support a maximum resolution of 1440×1080, besides your system should be Intel-based. An easy way to solve this problem is to convert MTS to Final Cut Express supported file formats, like MOV, DV, HDV or MPEG-4. MTS to Final Cut Express converter for Mac can help you do it, with this versatile software, you can not only convert MTS to Final Cut Express supported file formats smoothly, besides, you can also customized your MTS file like cropping unwanted frame from clips, cut the length of the file, besides you can also merge several files to one file for your convenience.
Guidance to convert MTS to Final Cut Express on Mac
Step 1: Download and install MTS to Final Cut Express Converter for Mac You are encouraged to download the software and install at the specific location on your computer, and then run a test.
Step 2: Load file Click Add File on the top of the panel to browse your computer hard disk to import MTS files to convert. You can adjust the sequence of the files by clicking Move up and Move down at the middle of the panel.
Step 3: Select output format and directory Click the drop-down list of Profile beside settings tab on the bottom of the panel to select the output format: Tips: There are many Final Cut Express formats, like DV, MPEG-4, select the
one you want to convert to. Meanwhile, click Browse beside Open button to specify a location to store the converted file.
Step 4: Crop video Click Crop on the top of the panel beside Effect button to pop up a Effect window, where you can crop the file in the following two ways: Setting aspect ratio: You are allowed to set the output aspect ratio from Zoom drop-down list. There are four choices available: Original, Full Screen, 16:9 and 4:3. Setting the values: Type the value directly or set the value in Left, Right, Top and Bottom area to set the position of the cropping frame.
Step 5: Conversion After all the required settings have been done, click Convert to start converting automatically. After converting you can import the converted file to your Final Cut
Express for further editing.