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Convert Panasonic TM70 1080 60P MTS/M2TS to ProRes for FCP 6/7/X

Summary: Seek for the 1080 60p AVCHD from Panasonic HDC-TM700 to FCP Workflow- Read on the article and you will learn how to import Panasonic TM700 60p AVCHD to FCP with smooth editing.

 

 

As a second camera, I am purchasing a Panasonic HDC-TM700 video camera that shoots in 1080 60p, 60i and 24p, in the AVCHD codec. After recording some 1080 60p video clips, I planned to transfer the 60p video to Final Cut Pro on my iMac, but it’s a bit of trouble. Final Cut Pro seems not be able to ingest the 60p files. So, how to deal with these 1080 60p AVCHD video?

 

Well, since the FCP native format is ProRes, the best method to import Panasonic 1080 60p/50p AVCHD to FCP smoothly is to convert the AVCHD 1080 50p/60p footage to Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro along with some help from a 3rd-party Pansonic AVCHD Converter.

 

If you looking for a solution for this problem likewise, check out Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac which is entitled as a top Panasonic 50p/60p MTS Converterhttp://www.brorsoft.com/mts-converter-mac/index.html. It supports encoding all Panasonic 1080p 50/60P AVCHD MTS files to Apple ProRes 422 so that you can easily import the Panasonic Camcorder recordings to Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 6, Final Cut Pro 7 for editing on Mac. This will help you import the file correctly and saving the rendering time. What’s more, this Mac AVCHD converter also offers the optimal preset files for iMovie, Avid Media Composer, FCE, Adobe Premier Pro and more to help you solve the incompatibility problems in different NLE apps.

 

Below is a step-by-step guide on how to transcode Panasonic TM700 AVCHD 50/60p MTS to Apple ProRes format for FCP editing with Mac OS X like Mountain Lion, Lion

 

Step 1: Download and install Panasonic 50/60p MTS to FCP Converter to your Mac. Then load your 1080 6op, 50p MTS/M2TS files to it.

 

 

Step 2: Click the format bar, and move mouse cursor to "Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as output format.

 

Tip: If you want to use ProRes format in offline editing workflows with Final Cut Server. The Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy) is the ideal format.

 

 

Step 3: Click the “Settings” button and customize proper video/audio parameters if necessary. Video size, bitrate and fame rate can be adjusted as you like. Usually 1920*1080 video size and 30fps video frame rate are recommended for FCP editing.

 

Step 4: Click "Convert" button to start transcoding Panasonic 50p/60p AVCHD to ProReshttp://www.brorsoft.com/mts-converter-mac/index.html for Final Cut Pro 6/7/X on Mac OS.

 

After a shot conversion, you will be able to import/load Panasonic TM700 1080 50/60p videos into Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 7 or Final Cut Pro 6 for editing without rendering.

 

Tips: Before you try to do the conversion, if you are also a FCP X user, please make sure that you have installed the Apple ProRes Codec manually since the FCP X asks users to install it by themselves.

 

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Source:1080 60p AVCHD from Panasonic HDC-TM700 to FCP Workflow

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