“Hello there, I’ve recently purchased the new POV action cam Sony
HDR-AS100V and can’t seem to open the AS100V Full HD 1080/60p XAVC S video in FCP X for basic editing. The XAVC S content is stored in a MP4 wrapper. Does anyone know if there is a way to make
FCP X recognize AS100V XAVC S/MP4 natively?”
According to the question asked above, to smoothly work our Sony HDR-AS100V action camcorder well, we have tried so many measures. Cause the AS100V has built-in Wi-Fi accompanied by NFC for fast pairing. The camera lets you record at 1080p at 60fps in MP4, but can also record in Sony’s XAVC-S format for 1080p60 movies with bit rates up to 50Mbps. So what does MP4 differ from XAVC S codec? Then we can know the solution to handle these two guys well in NLEs, right?
Do you have any experience yet working XAVC S codec in Premiere Pro
CC? Cause we usually got some XAVC S form HD camcorders like Sony
A7S, F55 series, etc, in order to edit them with a nice enjoyment effect. However, someone reflects that Adobe Premiere Pro has issues when importing the recordings encoded by XAVC-S codec, is
It seems that Premiere Pro CS6 cannot accept the XDCAM MXF
files shot from Sony PMW-160 camcorder. Need I convert these MXF clips to MPG for Premiere Pro?
With many various problems when editing our incompatible camcorder clips
in popular NLEs, there are some related inconsistent questions appeared on forums. For example:XAVC videos in Avid MC? MP4 recordings in
FCP? MTS clips to
iMovie? Do you know how to solve these troubles above? Today here, we
would like to discuss how to work the flow of importing Sony PMW-160 XDCAM MXF to Premiere Pro CS6 for editing. Wanna join us now?
Everybody, now I’m looking for the most efficient way to edit
my Sony PMW-150 MXF recordings in FCP 7 in order to broadcast on BBC. Any suggestions there?
Summary: As you can see on the subtitle, in the following tutorial, let me show you how
to upload your AVCHD MTS videos on YouTube for nice sharing with free MTS converting tools. Just convert your MTS to AVI or FLV with the YouTube MTS tips mentioned below, that’s the key point for
us to easily share our videos on YouTube.