Sony Cyber-Shot series have many different models. Some of them record videos in AVCHD format, also supports 1080p. Maybe you have Some AVCHD full HD footage captured by your Sony Cyber-Shot, if you have tried to edit them in Final Cut Pro, the process may be not smooth. Though FCP 7 and FCP X supports AVCHD files importing, they only supports importing an entire folder, can't able to do nothing on the single AVCHD file. Which means you have to save the entire file structure. And it need to take a long time for rendering when importing. What's more, for 1080p 50p or 60p AVCHD footage, no one can deal with.
"I have several clips in my Sony Cybershot HX5V which produces files of AVCHD format, and I want to do some editing with these files, but I can't open the files. Is there a software which can help me open and play the Sony Cybershot videos on Mac?"
"Transferring videos from Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX9V to Mac?
I have an iMac version 10.6.8 & I'm trying to transfer HD videos to iPhoto but it doesn't even recognize that there are any. I've searched around but can't find any solid answers."
As a Mac user, you maybe ask the same question if you have a Sony Cyber-shot cameras like Sony Cyber-shot DSC-TX100V, DSC-TX10, DSC-T110 and so on. You shot many videos with the camera and download the files into your Mac. But you can't open the files. As we know, some Sony Cyber-shot cameras recording AVCHD videos. If you want to play and edit the Sony Cyber-shot videos in Quicktime, iMovie, FCP, FCE, etc, you should convert Cyber shot videos first on Mac.
As we know, Sony Cyber-shot camera shoots HD AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition, a format using the MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 standard, with file extensions like M2TS, M2T, MTS, TS, TR, TP, TRP, TOD, MOD etc.) files, and many Mac users will experience many difficulties with Cyber-shot AVCHD files on Mac, because Sony Cyber-Shot video in the .mts format which is not supported/recognized by mac iPhoto/iMovie/QuickTime. So you just need to convert the .mts video to the Mac supported .mov format. But don't worry, this article will offer you the best solution to import Sony Cybershot to Mac with ease.
In order to import Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to Mac for editing or convert AVCHD movies for playing, all you need is a powerful and easy-to-useAVCHD Converter for Mac, which will enable you to convert Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD files to Mac friendly video formats like QuickTime .mov or iTunes .mp4 format. With this sony cybershot software mac, you can easily convert and edit AVCHD footage on Mac OS, that is to say, you can convert Cyber-shot AVCHD files to any popular video format, such as MOV, MP4, AVI, WMV, M4V, 3GP, SWF, FLV, MKV, etc.
Easy Steps of converting Sony Cybershot AVCHD to Mac friendly formats:
Step One: Download and install Sony Cybershot Video Converter Mac.
Step Two: Import AVCHD Video to the program.
You need to copy your AVCHD video to Mac, then click "Add File" to upload your video from Sony Cycle-shot to Mac.
Step Three: Set output video format for Mac iMovie
If you want to edit your Sony Cybershot video in iMovie on Mac, you can click "Profile" to open the Profile drop-up list to select iMovie video>iMovie MOV
Step Four: Convert Sony CyberShot video on Mac. Click "Start" button to convert Sony Cybershot AVCHD files for Mac. After conversion finished, you can edit your converted Sony CyberShot video to iMovie.
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