HDR-PJ540 is one of the latest camcorders released by Sony, it features 1920×1080 Full HD 24p/60p 9.2MP Exmor R CMOS sensor, balanced Optical SteadyShot image stabilization, up to 8 hours recording with 32GB flash memory, 5.1 surround sound mic, etc. With it you can easily record high quality 1080p AVCHD videos.
But, as we all know, rare players and editing software is compatible with AVCHD, which prevents camcorder owners from playing and editing AVCHD video recordings freely and fully. Take FCP X for example, you can’t import Sony PJ540 AVCHD files to FCP for editing smoothly, thus, a AVCHD Converter is essential for Sony PJ540 users to make AVCHD footages editable and playable. With Sony PJ540 AVCHD Converter, you can convert AVCHD MTS files to compatible format for editing software like FCP X, iMovie, FCE or players.
How to convert Sony PJ540 AVCHD to FCP X/7/6 best codec?
From Apple FCP product page we can learn that Apple prores codec is the best codec supported by final cut pro X/7/6, it’s native codec, so in order to load Sony PJ540 MTS files to FCP, you can convert Sony PJ540 AVCHD to Apple prores codec. And HD Converter for Mac is the recommended program which works fine as a Mac Sony PJ540 AVCHD Converter. For Mac users, FCP is preferred editing software. With the help of Sony PJ540 Converter for Mac, Mac consumers are free to convert Sony PJ540 AVCHD/MTS files to MOV for FCP.
Following is the detailed guide on how to convert Sony PJ540 MTS files to Apple ProRes Codec MOV for FCP in the easiest and fastest way.
Step 1. Load Sony PJ540 MTS files to MTS Converter for Mac.
Click the “Add” button on the bar menu to import MTS files to be converted to this program. And another way is dragging and dropping specified video to this software directly.
Step 2. Choose MOV as the output format for FCP.
Click “Format” option and choose Apple ProRes Codec for converting Sony PJ540 MTS files to MOV for FCP.
A bunch of MTS files are allowed to be loaded, so combining several video files into one can be accomplished by ticking the checkbox of “Merge into one file” beside “Settings” button.
Step 3. Edit and deinterlace 1080i MTS files.
Click “Editor” button on the bar menu and some options will show as “Crop”, “Trim”, “Watermark”. When you go into “Effect” tab, the checkbox of “Deinterlacing” will be shown. Tick the box, interlacing video files will be eliminated directly.
Ste4. Start this Sony PJ540 MTS to MOV conversion for Final Cut.
Click “Convert” button under the preview window and this Sony PJ540 MTS to FCP Converter will start MTS to MOV conversion at once.
When you converted Sony PJ540 MTS to Apple ProRes Codec MOV format, you can load them to final cut pro X/7/6, and then you can edit them natively.
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