2012 London Olympic Games are over and thee wonderful performances rise in front of my eyes. Some fans of the Olympic Games capture, keep and share this momentous occasion with specially-designed London 2012 merchandise like the Panasonic HDC-SD90EB-W-2012, a limited edition. The -SD90EB-W-2012 can support Full-HD, 1,920 x 1,080, 50 progressive recording at a 28-Mbps bit rate to produce the ultimate in image quality, exceeding even conventional Full-HD images.
When you got the AVCHD videos of Olympic moments shot by your SD90EB-W-2012, ever tried to transfer Panasonic HDC-SD90EB-W-2012 AVCHD to Mac for playback or even do some special editing? If so, go through the page to get the tips for importing and converting Panasonic HDC-SD90EB-W-2012 AVCHD Videos of Olympic Moments on Mac.
Situation 1: Transfer Panasonic HDC-SD90EB-W-2012 AVCHD to Mac for playback
As we know, on Mac OS, the default media players from Apple QuickTime will not play AVCHD natively. So, if you wanna transfer Panasonic SD90EB-W-2012 AVCHD to Mac for playback with QuickTime, you need to convert the AVCHD files to MOV first.
Situation 2: Import Panasonic HDC-SD90EB-W-2012 AVCHD to Mac tools for editing
FCP, FCE, iMovie are the common Mac tools for editing work. While, frustratingly, these non-linear video edit programs usually cannot support AVCHD files well, because both the container and codec of AVCHD are too difficult to handle. In this case, transcoding SD90EB-W-2012 AVCHD to FCP/FCE/iMovie editable formats is the only choice.
Synthesize the above two situations, we highly recommend this professional Panasonic AVCHD Converter for Mac to you. With it, you can convert and transcode AVCHD footage to QuickTime MOV, Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) for iMovie and FCE, MTS/M2TS to Apple ProRes for FCP at fast speed with best output quality. You may also convert MTS to MP4, MTS to AVI, MTS to MPEG as you like.
Follow the steps below and you can get best quality videos when converting Panasonic HDC-SD90EB mts/m2ts on Mac.
Step 1: Run the best Mac MTS/M2TS Converter and click the first button to import AVCHD recordings of the 2012 Olympic Games. Alternatively, you can drag and drop the files from Finder to the program.
Step 2: Click the Format option, and you can choose Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov), or iMovie/Final Cut Express > Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov). And the QuickTime .mov option is within the Common Video profile.
Step 3: Click the "Settings" button and choose the video size to 1920*1080, bit rate to high quality, and the frame rate to 50p for playback with QuickTime and 25p for editing in FCP/iMove/FCE. (This step is necessary for best quality videos.)
Step 4: Finally, click the Convert button to start the conversion. After the conversion, you can get the output for playback or editing on Mac freely.
In a word, with the top MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, you can play/edit SD90EB-W-2012 Olympic AVCHD videos on Mac at ease. It also fully supports the limited edition Panasonic Lumix G3- DMC-G3TWIN-2012 AVCHD conversion.
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