"How can i convert video file called *.mts format in my Mac book?
i have Sony hdr-sr-1 handy cam.
when we shoot that video going to save .mts format. so anyone please tell me how to convert that .mts files in my Macbook (intel cor2 duo).
there is any software to convert it..i am searching from 10days but i didnt get that software for macbook.
i converted .mts fils with iSquint software but that video is not clear i cant see anything in it...i tried lots of video converters but no use...
which software CD Rom came with my sony handycam its not working in Macbook please help me out....."
"How do i get my video files from my Handycam into Final Cut?
I'm very new at making videos, but I've been shooting on a Sony Handycam CX150, and I want to edit with Final Cut Pro (v7.0.3). I know I need to convert the .mts files into something that FCP can understand, but what should I use to do that? I tried a free converter (Any Video Converter) and it did convert, but the video came out in slow motion, and didn't sync remotely with the audio. Do i need to do something with the settings? Also, I'm on a Mac Powerbook with OSX v10.6.5."
All the problems above can be solved with doremisoft avchd converter for mac.
.MTS is a file type used to capture and record high-definition video in both consumer- and professional-level digital video cameras, and is now used as the file type of choice on a wide variety of digital video camera brands. As an acronym for "MPEG Transport Stream," the .MTS video file is sometimes called "AVCHD" or "Advanced Video Codec High Definition," which refers to the file format and folder structure in its entirety. However, unlike many file types that can be viewed and used simply by opening them, .MTS files reside within a specific folder structure that is often required for the file to be used. This highly structured system of folders tells the appropriate software on the computer exactly what the file contains and how to best utilize it.
If you want to edit your mts file with FCP, If the MTS files grey out when you try to import them to FCP, you need to convert them to FCP friendly formats.
AVCHD Converter for Mac, can help you import sony handycam to mac, which can convert M2TS, MTS, etc videos to most popular formats, such as MOV, MP4, AVI, 3GP, FLV, MPEG-4, MP3, etc. And then you can import converted AVCHD MTS or M2TS files to Mac applications, like MTS to iMovie, FCP, FCE, iDVD and more for editing as you like.
You can do it as follow:
Step1: Add Sony Handycam mts file to the program
Launch Mac AVCHD Converter. Click "Add File" to add target AVCHD MTS video for converting.
Step2: Select Output Video Format
Click the small down arrow at the very right of the "Profile" to open the profile drop-up list to choose MOV, MP4,or DV as output video format for Mac iMovie, FCP, FCE, iDVD, etc.
Step3: Start to convert Sony Handycam Video to Mac
After this, you can easily import sony handycam to mac, and also can importsony handycam to imovie.
Convert Sony Handycam mts file to mac final cut pro and imov