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Import/edit Canon Legria on Mac iMovie, iMovie11

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Canon has diverse amazing digital camera line-ups, such as EOS, Vixia, PowerShot and Legria HF series. Different camcorder models create different file formats. Take Legria HF series as an example: most of them capture shootings as AVCHD file format.

When you try to import the .m2ts files from Canon Legria camcorder like HF G10, M306, R306 on Mac for playback or editing job, do you have the problems as below, want to edit Canon Legria with iMovie?

"Just noticed that the Canon Legria HF20/HF200 (PAL) is now included in list of supported camcorders for iMovie 11. When the 50i content is previewed in iMovie, it shows the horizontal combing effect.When 25p content is displayed in iMovie, it appears to display properly."

I would say it not the first AVCHD to iMovie'11 question here, from iMovie 08, iMovie 09, iMovie 11, we meet so many this kind problem even import MTS to FCP on Mac, and the only difference is the camera model changed: from Canon Vixia to Canon Legria. Canon Legria is a excellent series of Canon again, take Legria HF G10 as example, Full HD AVCHD recording, 32GB of internal memory, Dual SDXC card slots, 8.8cm touch-screen LCD, Full manual control. This Canon's flagship consumer camcorder is not a pocket one, if you need some professional recording and not considering price so much, then it should be a best choice for you.

Canon Legria to iMovie Converter for Mac is one of the best solution to help you so far. It works for you by convert Canon Legria AVCHD to iMovie supported MOV, Mp4 with best quality and quick speed. Then you can import the MOV or Mp4 format directly to iMovie'11, iMovie'09, iMovie'08 without any problem.

Guides on how to convert Canon Legria HF series AVCHD files on Mac:

1. Load AVCHD file from Canon Legria camcorder into the program
Firstly, upload .mts file from Canon Legria camcorder to Mac via USB cable. Then, click "Add File" to import the AVCHD shooting(s) to the software.

2. Select correct output file format
Supposed you would like to play back the shootings with the QuickTime media player, please directly choose "Common Video"->"MOV-QuickTime", shown as follow:

3. Convert Canon Legria AVCHD to iMovie11/09/08.
Click "Start" button to convert AVCHD files to iMovie11/09/08.

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