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How to Import AVCHD MTS/AVCHD Lite to iMovie/FCP


Panasonic Lumix series digital cameras shoot videos in AVCHD(mts)/AVCHD Lite format, which cannot be supported by most professional editing software. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: How to Import AVCHD MTS/AVCHD Lite to iMovie/FCP

How to Import AVCHD MTS/AVCHD Lite to iMovie/FCP
  • Ditigal cameras are always expecting a prospect
    market. In the past two years, the global sales
    of digital cameras have tripled. Based on the
    latest report, Canon, Sony and Panasonic had a
    commanding lead of the counterparts. Meanwhile,
    Panasonic Lumix series outshine its families and
    receive lots of favor from lots of people. Lumix
    series, range from pocket models to digital SLRs,
    its first two models DMC-LC5 and DMC-F7 were
    launched about twelve years ago, likely in 2001.
    In 2009, the AVCHD and AVCHD Lite were introduced
    by Panasonic to be used for the Lumix line

  • AVCHD Lite is a subset of AVCHD format which
    delivers videos at 30 frames/s with 720-line
    resolution. The DMC-ZS3/DMC-FT1/DMC-TZ7 models
    were released by Panasonic in 2009, they were
    considered to be the first digital cameras that
    offered the AVCHD-lite movie mode. From then on,
    more and more Panasonic digital cameras (Lumix
    DMC-G2, Lumix DMC-FZ35/38, Lumix DMC-FX75, LEICA
    D-LUX 5, LEICA V-LUX 2, Lumix DMC-TZ10/ZS7, etc)
    adapted the AVCHD-lite format.

  • "I used Panasonic Lumix DMC-TZ10 to shoot some
    family videos, but I couldn't import them to
    iMovie for post editing". True! This is the most
    frequently asked question of many Panasonic Lumix
    camera users. Most professional editors such as
    iMovie (iMovie 8/9/11), Final Cut Pro(FCP
    6/7),Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid, After Effects and
    more cannot recognize the AVCHD(.mts)/AVCHD Lite
    formats at all. That is exactly the reason why
    users cannot import Panasonic Lumix AVCHD to
    iMovie directly.

  • In fact, we can break off the format limitation
    by using the third-party software. To put it
    another way, we can convert AVCHD to FCP, iMovie,
    Adobe Premiere Pro or other eidtors freely if we
    are able to transcode Panasonic lumix
    AVCHD(.mts)/AVCHD Lite to MOV with H.264
    codec-acceptable format by those editors.
    Doremisoft Mac MTS Converter is the ideal tool to
    accomplish the tasks excellently. It can fast
    convert AVCHD MTS/AVCHD Lite footages to the
    videos format that best fit for the editing
    software. You can never imagine how easy it is to
    conduct the conversion with the help of this

  • Only five simple steps are required 1. Download
    launch the video converter 2. Import the AVCHD
    (.mts)/AVCHD Lite video files into the program
    3. Set H.264 MOV as the output format 4. Edit
    the video files optionally 5. Start the
    conversion. After the conversion has been done,
    you can transfer the converted files to the
    desired editors for post editing freely.
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