‘Hi there, I’m a student in photograph specialty and recently I shot some footage with my Sony
HDRPJ540/B 60p/24p camera as my final project. It is about a short campus film which describes the daily life happens around us, so now I must do some post processing in iMovie to make it better,
but it seems the recorded MTS footage doesn’t work well with iMovie. It has troubled me a lot, so appreciate for any suggestions!’
What if you got the similar problem, what will you do? any solutions? Actually, especially for 60p/24p videos, iMovie can’t accept the frame rate like this. Well, not only for Sony HDRPJ540/B camera, but also for other brand series cameras. Such as Cannon, Panasonic, etc. To keep the original quality of the footage for iMovie, maybe here you can have the MTS to iMovie Video Converter for Mac for a try.
Some useful tips of this conversion?
Launch the program and firstly load your files. Method 1.Add files from computer, click the ‘Add videos’ or ‘Add from folder’ is okay. Method 2. Connect your camcorder to computer and directly load your files from camcorder to this program only with USB date cable.
For iMovie, just go to the ‘Format’ list to find this button ‘iMovie and FCE’>>’Apple Intermediate Code (AIC)(*.mov) as the best. Additionally for FCP>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422’ , for Premiere Pro>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg), etc. Other output formats you can also have a selection compatible with other tools.
Additional ‘Settings’ for advanced users on this interface. Can we decide our video length by ‘Trim’? Can we drop off some clips unwanted or add some subtitles by ‘Crop’? You can find all the requirements here.
To make the short film as a wonderful final project, don’t miss this program, Pavtube
HD Video Converter for Mac. A strong friend that help you realize your film dream.