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Effortless to convert MTS file to final cut pro x for editing

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					Final cut pro X was released on June20, 2012, it kicked off a storm in the pro video editing
community. Final cut pro x is a trackless 64-bit application, and allow it to scale and use all
available cores for processing such as rendering and transcoding. With it, you can do the editing
freely. Bellow, you can learn some new features of final cut pro x:

1.Background rendering will save you a ton of time. Like iMovie, Final Cut Pro X will constantly
render clips in the background so you can continue working while all the nitty gritty is going on
behind the scenes.

2.Smart face-detection and shot-detection categorizes your clips into Smart Collections. With this
new feature, Final Cut Pro X will know whether each shot is a close up or medium shot, and it will
also know who is acting in the shot.

3.The new "Auditioning" feature lets you try out different takes on the fly. With "Auditioning,"
you can add effects, extra b-roll takes, and more to your timeline in a non-destructive way, right
on top of your current footage.

4.Start editing before your footage finishes importing. Importing tons of footage can take an
eternity, and Final Cut Pro X lets you get started soon after you begin the import to your
computer. This feature will save time and make importing footage seamless.

5.Magnetic Timeline makes sure your audio and video never get disrupted. In past versions of
Final Cut Pro, audio and video would get displaced or trimmed whenever you'd drop in another
audio or video file. Now, clips will move out of the way into another track when you drag in more
footage. A much appreciated new feature.

With this software, you will do lots of things, like edit mts file recorded by Sony Handycam. If you
have tried, you will find that the mts file can not imported into final cut pro x directly. So what
should you do if you want to edit mts with fcp x?

Doremisoft AVCHD converter for mac can help you convert mts files to final cut pro x compatible
formats like like MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP. You can learn the steps of how to convert
mts to final cut pro x.

Step 1: Download the AVCHD converter for mac from the doremisoft websites, then install the
software to your mac, after installation you can run it, Click the "Add File" to load your mts file
into the application.

Step 2: Set an output format that compatible with FCP or Final Cut Pro X. Choose the output
format and saving file folder from the profile and destination. To import MTS to Final Cut Pro X,
select "MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP" as output video format.

Step 3: Click the "Start" button to begin the conversion of converting mts to final cut pro x. After
finish, you can easily do the final cut pro import mts process.
Besides, with this AVCHD converter for mac, you can convert sony handycam to mac, 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, this software also can convert the avchd
video to mac for playing.

				
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Description: How to import mts file into the fial cut pro x for editing? Doremisoft AVCHD converter for mac can convert mts file to fcp x compatible file format.