1080i MTS/M2TS Footage to iMovie Conversion with Apple InterMediate Codec

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1080i MTS/M2TS Footage to iMovie Conversion with Apple InterMediate Codec

Post  panasonic700 on Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:14 am

Leica V-Lux 30 AVCHD to AIC for iMovie/FCE Native Editing on Mac
Leica 1080i HD videos to iMovie or FCE in Best Quality

Nowadays, a simple device with multiple functions will make the digital life easier, and many people enjoy the convenience. Leica V-Lux 30 is one of the compact point-and-shot V-Lux series for taking photos and videos during the travel. With this great travel companion, you can use the GPS tagging function to mark location of your images and videos.

If you face problem importing the 1080i video to iMovie or FCE, you may try to convert AVCHD to AIC (Apple InterMediate Codec) for native editing on Mac. Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac is the best choice for you to get HD videos with less compression, keeping best quality. It is as easy as 1, 2, 3.

1. Import Leica 1080i videos to Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac.
Run Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac, and connect Leica V-Lux 30 to iMac via USB cable. When the camera is connected, you will face a pop-up window as camera wizard from Final Mate for Mac. Just follow the instruction to download videos to Final Mate for Mac. If you have ready download the videos from camera to computer hard drive, Final Mate for Mac would also recognize the .mts, .m2ts files, if you go to the Resource tab and add the file path which contains the mts/m2ts files.

2. Select AVCHD footage for converting to AIC.
Click on the files you would like to convert to AIC, drag and drop to the Movies tab. You can create a single movie for each file, or join multiple files into one to get separated files or one joined file from the MTS/M2TS footage to AIC conversion by Final Mate for Mac.

3. Export AIC for iMovie and Final Cut Express.
Click the Export button on the tog-right corner of the timeline section, and go to the 3rd button. Choose iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermedidate Codec(AIC) (*.mov) as output format. Choose 1920x1080 as output video resolution, then click OK to start conversion.

Wait for the conversion and then import the Leica HD videos to iMovie or FCE without rendering.

Tips:
1. You can also tick the checkbox for Deinterlace to make the interlaced 1080i video to progressive mode without obvious lines.

2. It is said that Aunsoft Final Mate for Mac and the related Aunsoft products work on the pre-release version of Mac OS X Lion v10.7. So it should also work even if you update your Mac to Lion.

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