Sony VG900 is a good camera that is affordable for us to record our happy moment in our life. It records vivid videos with full details and colors in AVCHD format, and just because of this, new users always meet the problem as below: “I purchase a Sony VG900 camera and shoot some videos, I want to edit them in FCP, however, it seems that the FCP does not accept the AVCHD files for the VG900, so, how can I solve this problem? Thanks.” Well, to edit Sony VG900 AVCHD videos in FCP, you need to convert the 1080P 50P AVCHD MTS to 1080P 25P MOV for FCP. To do the job, iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac is a good tool for you. It can perfectly convert AVCHD to MOV for FCP, iMovie, to edit with high video quality. Below is how to sony vg900 avchd to fcp. Step 1. Load Sony NEX-VG900 AVCHD files After downloading the Mac AVCHD Converter, you can directly drag the AVCHD files to the program. Once the files are added to the program, you can do some simple editions such as trimming, cropping, splitting, joining etc. For more details, please refer: how to convert avchd files on mac. Step 2. Choose output format for FCP After loading files, hit the format icon to find the Final Cut Pro column and you will see the Apple ProRes MOV formats listed here. You can choose the one you want to output your files as. Step 3. Convert Sony VG900 AVCHD to ProRes MOV Last, hit the big "Convert" to transcode Sony VG900 AVCHD to ProRes MOV for FCP. When the conversion is done, you can import the output files to Final Cut Pro X, 7 or 6 to edit. This software can also convertsony mxf to iMovie.
Edit Sony VG900 AVCHD MTS in FCP