If you are given a bunch of .mts (AVCHD files) (loaded onto NTSF/PAL hard drive) to import into FCP on a Mac but can't get Log & Transfer to recognize them. You need MTS to FCP converter for Mac to help you convert/transcode mts file to HD DV, MPEG-4 or QuickTime. mov so that you can import m2ts to FCP (Final Cut Pro) on Mac smoothly.
MTS to FCP Mac supports MTS file recorded off from various AVCHD camera maker like Panasonic AG-HMC70P, Canon HF10 and Sony HDR-SR10, etc. the program has great compatibility so that MTS to FCP converter can run both on Intel Mac (dual -cored processor) and PowerPC from v104 G5 to 10.6 Snow Leopard.
The usual error message would show like this: "avchd" contains unsupported media or has an invalid directory structure. Please choose a folder whose directory structure matches supported media. Mac OS program software MTS import FCP can solve this problem immediately. It provides you all the necessary codec needed onto your Mac and with just a few mouse clicks conversion from MTS file to FCP can be done, it takes the least time to transfer MTS file to FCP on Mac while output excellent audio-visual quality.
With Mac MTS to FCP Converter, you can bring Panasonic mts file to FCP, bring Canon MTS file to FCP, bring Sony MTS file to FCP on Mac, bring Sony AVCHD footage into Final Cut Pro on Snow Leopard, bring Panasonic AVCHD footage into Final Cu t Pro on Snow leopard and bring Sony AVCHD footage into Snow Leopard.
MTS Final Cut Pro Converter for Mac can manage almost all key video, audio file for Mac besides MTS; it can convert mts to mov, convert mts to HD DV, convert mts to QuickTime.mov, flash video. flv or .swf. You can also use the program to get mts file onto iPod, iPhone or Apple TV on Mac OSX, with various outputs setting like Resolution, frame rate, bit rate, sample rate, you can playback MTS on Mac in 16:9 wide screen, full screen or 4:3.
Please read on the step by step guide on how to import .mts file from Sony/Canon/Panasonic AVCHD into FCP (Final Cut Pro) on a Mac OS X?
Step by step guide: how to import .mts file from Sony/Canon/Panasonic AVCHD into FCP (Final Cut Pro) on a Mac OS X?
Step one: free download MTS to Final Cut Pro Mac to install and run on Mac (PowerPC or Intel Mac v104.-10.6 Snow Leopard).
Step two: load mts.(AVCHD files )into MTS import FCP Mac program software..
Click Add File button, browse the video files or folder to bring file into the program, you can batch load file with a few mouse clicks.
Step three: Output mts file into FCP DV, mpeg-4 or QuickTime.mov on Mac.
To get mts file to FCP, please Select DV, MPEG-4 or MOV as the output format in the drop down list next to Profile filed from bottom menu.
Step four: Start to convert mts to FCP (Final Cut Pro) on Mac
Check all the setting above, then hit convert, all mts file will be converted.The time depends on the file you load and the setting you made.