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Convert and copy 1080p 50fps/60fps AVCHD to H.264 MOV for fcp 7 mac

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The 1080 60fps, a new format above and beyond the standard AVCHD spec widely used by many video cams, is also known as 1080 60fps footage(50fps in PAL). Sony HD camcorders like NEX-5N, NEX7 and A99, as well as Panasonic recent videocams like Panasonic GH6 shoots video in AVCHD MTS/M2TS format. 60fps/50fps AVCHD content offers better slow motion in post production in editing products like FCP 7 on mac. However, 60fps/50fps AVCHD is a very non-standard format now, the existing editing systems on mac can hardly handle AVCHD footage.

"I copied my raw video from camcorder to a file so I had an uncompressed version then I wanted to make H264 copies to edit in Final Cut Pro 7 then used toast to create DVD’s for the family. All I want to do is copy AVCHD content to Mac in full no loss 1080p 50frames. I wish there was a tutorial on this i have trawled the internet for one with no luck anyway"

How to copy 1080p 50fps/60fps AVCHD to H.264 MOV for fcp 7 mac?

Aunsoft MTS converter for Mac is superb AVCHD conversion software, with efficient processing system to convert, edit and merge AVCHD MTS/M2TS clips, can easily solve 50fps/60fps AVCHD in FCP problem.

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Below is a tutorial to copy 1080P 50fps/60fps AVCHD content to H.264 MOV for mac fcp7.

Step 1: Load AVCHD MTS content to Aunsoft MTS converter for Mac


Launch Aunsoft MTS converter on Mac, add MTS file to this AVCHD MTS converter on Mac or drag and drop MTS files into file area directly. If you save MTS video in an AVCHD folder, you can click "add a folder" icon to load all MTS clips. 

Tips: You’d better to copy raw MTS video from camcorder to a file to your Mac HDD to get an uncompressed AVCHD MTS version.

Step2: Select H.264 MOV as the output format for mac FCP


Just click "Format" icon, choose the "HD Video-> H.264 HD Videp (*.mov) as the output format.


H.264 is fully supported by editing systems including FCP, iMovie or video player like Quicktime on Mac

Step 3: Set audio and video profile


Before 50fps/60fps AVCHD content to H.264 MOV conversion, you should select 1920*1080 as the output to keep uncompressed 1080P of source MTS video then go to advanced and select 60fps. Set Video Bitrate as original or enter 60 in Bitrate box directly to make output ProRes HQ MOV with no loss 1080p 60 frames AVCHD for editing in FCP on Mac.

Step 4: Start convert AVCHD content to H.264 MOV for fcp 7 mac

At last, click the "Convert" icon to convert and copy 1080P AVCHD to H.264 at 50fps/60fps for FCP 7 on mac. The converted H.264 MOV will maintain full no loss1080P 50fps/60fps for post-production in mac fcp.

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