Edit Sony VG900Canon C500 Clips in Final Cut Pro
For Sony NEX-VG900 had announded for embrace the limitless expressive power of full-frame imaging. It attracts a lot of attention. With 35mm Interchangealbe lens Full-Frame, 24.3 effective megapixel Exmor full-frame CMOS sensor and Full HD 60p/24p (NTSC) 50p/25p/24p (PAL) progressive movie recording capability. In addition, it can support recording a movie at 1920 1080/60p high definition that conforms to the (progressive) AVCHD Ver.2.0, giving you a more creative visual expression.
Final Cut Pro(FCP 6/7/X) best supported video format is Apple ProRes codec MOV format. As is known to us, FCP accept MP4 and MOV ,while MXF,MTS,AVCHD is not accepted by it. So the best method to solve Sony NEX-VG900 AVCHD and FCP incompatible problem is to convert sony vg900 avchd to fcp . iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac is pleased to offer best and fastest MTS to Prores Mac conversion as a great .
Note: If you have buy Canon C500,need to covnert convert MXF to MOV first for the best video effect. To achieve this, iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac is the ideal tool to convert Canon C500 MXF to FCP easy.
For many people like to edit their video on Adobe Premiere Pro , but it also can’t import AVCHD(.mts) video files. Due to the format incompatibility of Adobe Premiere Pro, it is indeed a great pity that you will not be able to edit such MTS files. To convert MTS to Adobe Premiere , you have to convert MTS to Adobe Premiere Pro friendly.
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