MTS to FCP-Transcode MTS footages to ProRes for FCP Editing on Mac OS X Lion



MTS to FCP-Transcode MTS footages to ProRes for FCP Editing on Mac OS
X Lion

ProRes 422 is a standard-definition and high-definition lossy video
compression format developed by Apple Inc. for use in post production.
It was introduced in 2007 with Final Cut Studio 2 and is comparable to
Avid’s DNxHD codec which has the same purpose and uses similar bit
rates. Both are DCT based intra-frame-only codecs, and are therefore
simpler to decode than distribution oriented formats like H.264.

How to Import and Edit MTS to Final Cut Pro on Mac?

Recommend you Pavtube AVCHD Convert for Mac. With this AVCHD camcorder
MTS files Converter, you can transfer MTS files to Apple
ProRes422,4444 for FCP, AIC(Apple Intermediate Codec) for Final Cut
Express, QuickTime Movie format like DVCPRO HD, DV-PAL, DV/DVCPRO-
NTSC, DVCPRO-PAL, DVCPRO50-PAL,DVCPRO50-NTSC, Avid DN*HD format for
editing smoothly and other popular format like mov,mp4 ect.

http://www.pavtube.com/mts-converter-mac/

Step 1. Install and run Pavtube AVCHD Converter for Mac and Log MTS
files to this mts converter.
Click on "Add" to import source files, browse to the drive and click
"Choose". You do not have to open the any of the folders. In preview
window you could view the video and take snapshots. When the box of
Merge into one is checked, all selected videos will be combined
together as one output file after conversion.

You can click "Edit" button to perform edit functions such as crop,
trim, flip, effect, watermark and audio replace. To eliminate
interlacing effect, simply check Deinterlacing box under Effect tab.

Step 2: Set Apple ProRes 422 Codec as output format.
Click on "Format" bar when you’d like to specify an output format.
Apple ProRes422 can be found in.


Click "Settings", if you want to further customize video and audio
parameters such as video codec, audio codec, frame rate, bit rate,
video size, audio channels etc. Do not forget to click on "OK" to
confirm your settings. In Export box you could specify destination for
the converted file.

Step 3: Start converting MTS to Apple ProRes 422 for FCP .
Click on "Convert" button to start Convert MTS to Apple ProRes.

After conversion, you can click the "Open" button to locate converted
files and Log and Transfer ProRes 422 video to FCP, Final Cut Studio.

PS: While Final Cut does not edit AVCHD natively, it is still a simple
procedure to utilize the AVCHD footage. In Final Cut you would open
your log and transfer window and import the footage as ProRes 422
which, while it creates larger files, is a great codec to edit with
and I do so with most everything.I suggest you purchsed Pavtube AVCHD
Convert for Mac , because compressor is very slow and Final Cut handle
AVCHD files when it finds them in their original file structure
(either by connecting the camcorder or using a memory card reader),
not isolated .mts files.You don’t need the biggest and best Mac Pro
and just either Final Cut Studio 2 or 3 will do just fine. I would
suggest having a minimum of 4 gigs of ram which is the most FCP can
utilize anyway at this point.

Tip:
Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac can convert 1080p cameras/camcorders
footages to editable HD video formats for non-linear editing software
like iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Studio, Avid,
Adobe Premiere etc. The HD footage can be compressed to SD video clips
for storage when you wanna save storage space. The Mac iMedia
Converter is also able to extract audios from Blu-ray discs, DVDs and
videos for media players with high quality and fast conversion speed.

http://www.pavtube.com/imedia-converter-mac/
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