A camcorder is definitely an digital camera that mixes a camcorder along with a video
recorder into one unit typically for out-of-studio consumer videos. Equipment producers
don't appear to possess strict recommendations for that term usage for example ads may
present the unit by its colloquial term camcorder, while full title around the package and
manual is frequently camcorder recorder.
Handycam is really a new sony brand accustomed to market its camcorder range. It had
been released in 1985 named the first Video8 camcorder, changing Sony's previous type
of Betamax-based models, and the name was intended to emphasize the "handy" palm
size nature of the camera, made possible by the new miniaturized tape format. It was in
marked contrast towards the bigger, shoulder mounted cameras available before the
development of Video8, and competing more compact formats for example VHS-C.
"Sony Handycam Mac/pc help please?
I have a sony hdr-cx110 handycam and am taking it overseas to take plenty of film. I don't
have that much memory on the card so i am taking a lenovo laptop (running windows 7) to
load the videos onto to free up space. But when i get home i want to transfer it onto my
imacs (running osx 10.6.8) imovie.
My problem is when i transfer the videos from the lenovo to the mac (via usb flash), the
mac doesnt recognise the file (it’s a mpeg file)."
"How can i convert video file called *.mts format in my Mac book?
i have Sony hdr-sr-1 handy cam .
when we shoot that video going to save .mts format. so anyone please tell me how to
convert that .mts files in my Macbook (intel cor2 duo).
there is any software to convert it..i am searching from 10days but i didnt get that software
i converted .mts fils with iSquint software but that video is not clear i can’t see anything in
it...i tried lots of video converters but no use..."
AVCHD Converter for Mac can help you import sony handycam to 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 MTS to iMovie, FCP, FCE, iDVD and more for editing as you like.
Step1: Imput 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.
Step2: 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.
Step3: 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.
After this, you can easily import sony handycam to mac, and also can import sony
handycam to imovie