When FCP X releases, editing lovers thronged to update to the latest version. The entirely new application, with new paradigm for editing, organization, performance, and post-production workflow, filled us with awe. It can help u with editing your AVCHD files with a whole folder structure. What is the whole folder structure on earth?
But just as iMovie, FCE, this guy still has some feedbacks, as it can’t accept AVCHD without folder structure. To some people, spending $ 299 for the software is really annoying after finding it can’t read those scattered 1080p files. Aunsoft MTS converter for Mac came to help just as you’re frustrated as to how to editing those classic clips.
Amazingly, Aunsoft MTS Converter for Mac helps to convert the scattered MTS to ProRes which is FCP X’s native format. So it requires no rendering when ProRes output is imported to FCP X.
How to take use of the magnificent software?
Run MTS Converter for Mac, click Add button to load the scattered 1080p files to this cute software.
Then it comes to set output format. In format column, choose Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) in Final Cut Pro. The MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac will do the conversion of AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422 MOV with high quality.
PS: click “merge” button for joining all the MTS into one ProRes 422MOV file.
Set the output path to specify a location for the converted file. The last step is to start conversion with fast speed for getting FCP’s native format with excellent quality.
Once the conversion is done, importing MOV with Apple Prores to FCP X to do some editing is so easy. Also, you’ll be surprised to find it saves much tine to do immediate importing which requires no rendering.