How to import Panasonic AG-HMC150 AVCHD MTS to Apple ProRes

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November 14, 2013 at 5:49 am #438166
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The Panasonic AG-HMC150 handheld is Panasonic’s remarkable new introduction to the AVCCAM series, recording in high definition on standard Secure Digital (SD) and SHDC memory cards. On behalf of a brilliant progress of HD video capture, the HMC150 applies highly efficient AVCHD recording and the industry’s new advanced long GOP standard based on MPEG-4, to present stunning 1920 * 1080 resolution picture quality and longer record time. For video professionals and enthusiasts,
HMC150 with progressive capture in a full range of HD formats is “must have” HD camcorder.

A senior photographer, who creates sports highlights and sells footage, should convert her AG-HMC150 AVCHD MTS footage to Apple ProRes for professional post-production in FCP frequently. Even you are not a video professional, in order to edit MTS files in Mac FCP/iMovie or to playback MTS videos in QuickTime, a fast and efficient MTS converter is necessary for you.

Aunsoft MTS Converter for Mac, a professional Mac application, designs for converting/batch converting MTS/M2TS files from Sony, Panasonic, and Canon HD camcorders to other compatible formats well suit to common media players, portable devices and editing systems on Mac.

Now step by step to help you convert AG-HMC150 AVCHD MTS to Apple ProRes MOV with Aunsoft MTS Converter for Mac.

Step 1: Load AG-HMC150 MTS to MTS Converter for Mac

Launch Aunsoft MTS Converter for Mac, import MTS files to it. Click “add MTS video or drag and drop MTS material into file area directly.

Step2: Choose Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov) as output format

Click the “Format” option, and choose Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov) to convert MTS videos to MOV with Apple ProRes codec for Final Cut Studio.

Tips:
1. For editing MTS in iMovie, you can choose Apple InterMedia Codec (AIC) (*.mov)
2. For editing MTS in Avid, you can select DNxHD codec MOV format, etc.

Step3: Set audio and video profile

The default profile will keep high quality of output ProRes MOV HQ for FCP. You can click the triangle icon to open the options to set profile like video Bitrate.

Step4: Start to convert AG-HMC150 AVCHD MTS

Click the convert icon. The MTS Converter for Mac starts to run conversion processing fast and you can check the progress bar easily. Soon after, AG-HMC150 AVCHD MTS to Apple ProRes MOV will be completed.

With the help of Aunsoft MTS converter for Mac, You can also import MTS footage in iMovie, Avid, Adobe Premiere, FCE, etc for post-production on Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard, etc.

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