How to convert MTS, M2TS, TS, TP to FCP files? by AlexYu1314

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MTS to Final Cut Pro converter can not only convert MTS to Final Cut Pro supported file format, besides, you are also allowed to customize your file like Encode, Resolution, Frame Rate and Bitrate as you like.

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									MTS to Final Cut Pro Converter for Mac
I have read a good many articles about the difficulties people have had editing video footage in the AVCHD (mts) format that is used by camcorder like Sony HDR-SR7. The main issue I noticed was the probability of editing footage of AVCHD in Final Cut Pro, which is probably the pain many Mac user may suffer. Before further exploring this problem, we should first get a knowledge of what it is. Just like Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro is also a professional non-linear editing software developed by Apple Inc, the software logs and captures video onto a hard disk (internal or external), where it can be processed and edited. As we know, Apple Inc upgrade their products regularly, so does it with Final Cut Pro, of course different versions may have different functions, according to the statistics, release by Apple, only Final Cut Pro 6.0.1 or above add capability to transfer the AVCHD footage, besides AVCHD can only work with Intel-based system. Then how can we edit the footage in MTS format? Actually, there are other formats supported by Final Cut Pro, namely, DV, HDV, MOV, MPEG-4 that we can turn to. That is, convert AVCHD (mts) to one of the mentioned formats for editing. This is what MTS to Final Cut Pro converter for Mac does, by using the powerful and professional software, you can not only convert MTS to Final Cut Pro supported file format, besides, you are also allowed to customize your file like Encode, Resolution, Frame Rate and Bitrate as you like.

Step by step to convert MTS to Final Cut Pro on Mac
Step 1: Download and install MTS to Final Cut Pro Converter for Mac The safe and easy way to download and install the software is to do it via our official website www.iOrgSoft.com. Then you can run a test. Please don't hesitate to contact us if there is any problem, we are ready to be at your service.

Step 2: Load file Click Add File at the top of the panel to browse your computer hard disk to import the files to convert. As batch conversion is supported, you can import a bundle of files at one time.

Step 3: Select output format and directory Click the drop-down list of Profile beside Setting tab on the top of the panel to select the output format, it can be either, DV, HDV, MOV, or MPEG-4 depending on your project. And then click

Step 4: Video setting Click Settings on the top of the panel to pop up a Settings window, where you can tweak Encoder, Resolution, Frame rate, Bitrate of the original file.

Step 5: Conversion After all the required settings have been done, click Convert to start converting automatically. The time taking varies according to the file size and setting you made.


								
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