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Individual MTS files edit in FCP-Import single mts/m2ts/AVCHD to Final Cut Pro 7/X

January 6 2015 , Written by sophializhu Published on #mts to final cut pro, #single mts file for final cut x, #import mts to fcp 7, #m2ts to fcp x, #convert mts to final cut pro, #transcode mts to prores, #ingest an MTS file in FCP, #AVCHD to FCP Converter mac yosemite, #Individual MTS files edit in FCP

Now for anyone who is facing troubles in editing MTS files with FCP, just follow the tutorial below to get your MTS videos work smoothly in Final Cut Pro 7 and FCP X.

Have got lots of camcorder files (MTS, M2TS, AVCHD included), and want to make FCP recognize your AVCHD videos without any quality loss. It is pretty straight forward to work with AVCHD files in FCP 7 – just copy the card structure to your hard drive and then ingest via Log and Transfer. Set the transcode codec in the preferences cog of Log and Transfer.

What if your AVCHD camcorders are not recognizable by Final Cut Pro, or you just got some single MTS files without the whole card structure as we know FCP can only support MTS videos from its intact folder? Don’t worry. We just need a way with no require with ingest supported with additional software and no use camera archives method.

To achieve the goal, Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac is recommended for you, with this you can achieve the individual .mts to Final Cut Pro conversion. It's designed directly to convert AVCHD.MTS/.M2TS (1080p60/50 included) to FCP natively supported Apple ProRes. So no matter the AVCHD files are single .MTS files or directly from your camera, you can transfer it to FCP compatible formats and directly import it to FCP for easy editing. Plus, this Mac AVCHD converter also supports converting AVCHD MTS footage to iMovie, Adobe Premiere, Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Express and more to meet your needs. It is the best MTS to ProRes Converter under Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 Lion, Snow Leopard 10.6, etc. What's more, some easy-to-use editing features like trimming, cropping, adding watermark, deinterlacing, etc are combined with the convert program. Now, follow the step-by-step guide transcoding single .MTS/M2TS to Final Cut Pro.

Free Download the AVCHD Converter Mac:

( Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)

Step 1. Install and launch the MTS to FCP Converter, and then click “Add Video” button to import .MTS files. You can check the “Merge into one file” to join multiple MTS videos together.

Step 2. Click on the “Format”bar and get the dropdown menu, then move your pointer to choose “Final Cut Pro> Apple PreRes 422″ or “Apple ProRes 422 HQ” or “Apple ProRes 4444″ as the output format

Step 3. In case the default settings do not fit your requirement, you can click “Settings” button and enter “Profile Settings” panel to adjust video size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channels. Generally, 180*1080 video size and 25fps/30fps frame rate are recommended for using in FCP.

Step 4. Click Convert button to start converting MTS to ProRes for Final Cut Pro on Mac(Yosemite).

Once the conversion completes, you can click “Open” to find the .MOV videos which can be directly imported to Final Cut Pro X/7. You’ve done.

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