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|Subyek: Log and Transfer AVCHD to FCP-Convert Sony CX150 AVCHD to ProRes on Mac OS X Lion Wed Sep 21, 2011 2:55 pm|| |
Mac AVCHD to ProRes-Import Sony CX150 AVCHD to Final Cut Pro
Question: Do you have a Sony AVCHD camcorder? Do you want to import or edit Sony AVCHD to Final Cut Pro?
The answer is: Of course.
However, Final Cut Pro can not import a stand-alone AVCHD video file. And I found many users wanna sove the trouble. So through google search and found many related issues about "How to import AVCHD MTS to FCP for editing?" For example:
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I have a Sony HDR SR-11, and the latest version of FCPro operating on MAC PRO with OS X 10.5.4.
I used log and transfer to bring up all of the video clips.
I imported them (with audio) and converting audio to stereo.
When I played the video's back in FCPro, all of the audio was out of sync.
Are there other settings that I need to set before importing to avoid this problem?
Any idea how to prevent this?
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AVCHD log and transfer problems
I have a Panasonic AG-HSC1U and am having a VERY hard time ingesting footage. Sometimes log & transfer works and sometimes it doesn't. Mostly the later. The path selected is to the "No Name" disc. Which works about 20% of the time. I tried trashing the preferences, this seemed to help for a few times, but then that stopped working. I also cleared the cache which worked once...yes once. This is extremely frustrating. I have tried to get the footage in via the 40GB storage device with the same issues. It seems that the update for ingesting the AVCHD footage is not up to par. Any suggestions, othet than reinstalling FCP?
If you are Sony CX150 or other camcorder users, Sony AVCHD to FCP Converter for Mac is your best choice. It enables you to convert Sony CX150 AVCHD to ProRes MOV compatible with FCP with high quality and import Sony CX150 AVCHD to FCP for editing quickly. It can deinterlac the original footages, crop video size, merg several videos into one file, trim video clips, add special effects and text/image/video watermarks to output videos, I believe the professional and powerful Sony CX500 AVCHD to FCP Converter is your best choice. So you can edit Sony CX150 AVCHD in FCP and convert Sony CX150 AVCHD to ProRes codec easily.
Step 1. Load AVCHD from Sony CX150 to to Pavtube AVCHD Video Converter for Mac OS X Lion.
Connect Sony CX150 Camcorder to Mac via USB 2.0 cable, transfer Sony CX150 AVCHD files that you want to deal with into Apple hard drive. After transferring to Mac, the footages become files with extensions of .avchd. Run Pavtube Video Converter for Mac OS X Lion as the perfect Camcorder AVCHD to FCP Converter for Mac. Click the "Add" button to import .MTS files from the camcorder folder like AVCHD > bDMV > STREAM, or drag and drop the .avchd files from folder to the converter.
(Tip: If you want to merge multiple video clips into one big video, you can click "Merge into one files" button and the Mac AVCHD joiner will combine and join the Sony CX150 AVCHD files on list into a single file.)
Step 2. Choose Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as output format.
Click the "Format" button, choose Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as output video format. The Mac Sony AVCHD converter will convert Sony CX150 AVCHD to Apple ProRes as video codec.
If you want to Edit AVCHD MTS videos in iMovie or Final Cut Express, you may also choose "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)" as output video format with high quality.
Step 3. Convert Sony CX105 AVCHD to Apple ProRes (*.mov).
Click the "Convert" button, start convert Sony CX150 AVCHD files to ProRes mov.
After Conversion, you can edit AVCHD video in FCP.