Connect Panasonic HDC-TM700K Camcorder to iMac, launch your powerful editing software iMovie. Yep, you’re exulting at occupying yourself with preparation before editing your AVCHD in iMovie. Good, everything is just in gear. “My goodness!” you cried out. What’s up? Yep, you may get it. iMovie, this dam fool can’t accept 1080p AVCHD files. It seems that MTS isn’t compatible well with Mac, just as QuickTime can’t play AVCHD files.
Although there’s no way to make our MTS compatible with iMovie, we can convert MTS to QuickTime format. When it comes to convert MTS to Mac, Aunsoft Video Convert for Mac is deserved to be your first choice.
Let’s talk about this magic App:
A quick guide of converting Panasonic to iMovie
Run Video Converter for Mac and click Add icon to import your AVCHD files. Then, select your output format by dropping down format list to check AIC (*.mov).
If you want to transcode all the MTS files into one AIC output, just tick the box of “merge into one file.” Of course, the next step is do conversion by clicking Export.
Also, after converting Panasonic videos to iMovie/ Mac compatible files, you can load AIC to iMovie without rendering.
PS: If you want add watermark, trim or crop your files, just click edit button before conversion.
Do you notice Option icon? Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac allows you customize core numbers when conversion. Also, it helps you specify the number of maximum simultaneous running processes.