How to Convert NEX-VG30 AVCHD to iMovie
Incredible film-like videotaping with breathtaking imaging quality from a 16.1MP APS-C sensor, the NEX-VG30H Interchangeable Lens Camcorder is applied with the newest technology to provide you impressive entertainment experience. You may feel like taking videos with Sony NEX-VG30, because it’s the exact excellent camera for us to use to record beautiful landscapes as well as exciting moments. And after shooting a movie, as we know, it is very important for us to edit the video and conduct post production to it with some professional video editors like iMovie. However, iMovie only supports videos at 24p, 25p or 30p, 50i or 60i, etc. frame rates while NEX-VG30 produces footages in 1080 50p/60p AVCHD file format. That means iMovie will not recognize video clips from Sony NEX-VG30.
How can we edit Sony NEX-VG30 1080 50p/60p AVCHD videos with iMovie? Frankly speaking, the footages from NEX-VG30 have high qualities, but it’s not easy to import these 1080 50p/60p AVCHD to iMovie for editing. If you need to edit the footages in iMovie, you’d better transcode NEX-VG30 AVCHD to iMovie accepted format, by doing which you will not need to render.
To solve this format incompatibility trouble, a professional Sony NEX to iMovie Video Converter is a must to have. If you want to deal with the conversion without quality loss, Doremisoft AVCHD Converter (AVCHD Converter for Mac) would be the best choice.
Download the outstanding Sony NEX-VG30 to iMovie Converter and install it on your computer. Then follow the guide below to conduct the conversion.
Step 1: Import 1080 50p/60p AVCHD to iMovie Video Converter
Launch the NEX-VG30 to iMovie Converter. Click "Add File" button to import the 1080 50p/60p footages from VG30 to the program.
Step 2: Set the output format for iMovie
Hit "Profile" and choose "iMovie Video"->"iMovie MPEG-4 Movie File" as the output format. Customized settings is supported.
Step 3: Begin converting Sony NEX to iMovie
Simply click "Start" button and the smart AVCHD Converter will do the rest for you. At the end of the conversion, you can easily close the program and transfer the converted NEX-VG30 AVCHD to iMovie for editing.