MTS is a video format created by Sony and Panasonic to use in high-definition (HD) digital camcorders, which is supported by Canon, Panasonic and Sony camcorders now. MTS is not the compatible format for editing systems on Mac like Final Cut Pro. FCP X, the latest version of Final Cut Studio, was released in 2009 by Apple software. The favorable format for FCP X is Apple ProRes.
Many HD camcorder users often search the internet for answers to questions, like how to convert the AVCHD MTS files for FCP X? And how to bring MTS clips to FCP X with all of them into one clip?
Is there an easy way to merge AVCHD MTS to ProRes 422 HQ at 29.97 frame rate for FCP X?
You got the right place! Aunsoft MTS/M2TS converter for Mac is a best assistant of AVCHD MTS camcorder, with efficient processing system to convert, edit and merge MTS/M2TS files.
Here are 4 steps, really easy to show you how to merge AVCHD MTS to ProRes 422 HQ at 29.97 frame rate. Let’s take a look!
Step 1: Load original AVCHD MTS videos to MTS/M2TS converter for Mac
You can put all MXF files in one folder and load them into TransMXF by clicking "add from folder".
Step 2: Choose Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov) as output format.
Click the “Format” option, and choose Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422(HQ) (*.mov) for converting AVCHD MXF videos to MOV with Apple ProRes codec for Final Cut Studio. The output video will be kept as high definition 1920×1080.
Step 3: Merge AVCHD MTS files
Check all the files and then click "Merge", and MTS/M2TS converter for Mac will join and combine the MTS video clips into a single file as output.
Step 4: Set audio frame rates at 29.97
You can set audio frame rate at 29.97 and audio bitrate as high quality to keep high audio and video quality of output MTS to ProRes 422 HQ MOV at 29.97 frame rate for FCP X for post-production in FCP X. Besides, you can also set profiles according to specific needs.
Step 5. Convert AVCHD MTS to ProRes 422 HQ for FCP X
Click the convert button, the MTS/M2TS converter for Mac starts convert and merge AVCHD MTS to ProRes 422 HQ MOV for editing in Final Cut Pro X. You can also put merged AVCHD MTS files in iMovie, Avid, Adobe Premiere, FCE, etc for editing on Mac.