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Importing Panasonic SD700/TM700/HS700 Family Videos to FCP for Editing in HD

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :.NET Framework
 
Importing Panasonic SD700/TM700/HS700 Family Videos to FCP for Editing in HD
Panasonic 700 series HD camcorders with HDC-HS700, HDC-SD700 and HDC-TM700 make a new level for shooting family videos. The log and transfer method on Final Cut Pro might work for the .mts files recorded with AVCHD-standard compliant mode like HA/HG/HX/HE with 17Mbps or lower. But it is a different case for 1080/60p or 1080/50p 28Mbps .mts files. You will need a Panasonic video to FCP converter to handle make the non-AVCHD standard compliant .mts files from Panasonic HS700, SD700 or TM700 before importing to Final Cut Pro for editing.

Aunsoft Video Converter for Mac is the recommended video converter for Panasonic 700 series camcorder users to put recorded videos to FCP on Mac OS X like 10.4 Tiger, 10.5 Leopard and 10.6 Snow Leopard. If you have any problem importing your camcorder videos to Final Cut Pro in Final Cut Studio, just follow the steps below to make the HD videos readable and compatible.
Step 1. Download Panasonic AVCHD video to Mac computer.
Connect Panasonic 700 camcorder to iMac or MacBook Pro via USB 2.0 cable, and you will find CAM_MEM on desktop. Access the device/volume, and go to AVCHD >


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