Sony DCR series are easy-to-use ultracompact camcorders with good active electronic image stabilization and a built-in USB cable for quick uploads. It includes Sony DCR-SX, Sony DCR-SR, Sony DCR-HC, Sony DCR-DVD, Sony DCR-TRV, Sony DCR-VX, etc
These affordable Sony models are mostly SD level camcorders which record SDMPEG-2 (.MPG), Dolby Digital 2-channel stereo.
Following is the list of most popular Sony DCR Camcorders:
Sony DCR-SR SR40, SR42, SR45, SR47, SR68, SR60, SR68, SR82, SR87, SR100, SR200, SR300, SR45E,SR65E, SR87E, SR85E, SR220E, etc.
Sony DCR-SX SX85, SX45, SX65, SX40, SX44, SX60, SX63, SX83, SX34E, SX40E, SX43E, SX46E, SX60E, etc.
Sony DCR-HC HC30, HC35, HC36, HC26, HC28, HC62, HC40, HC21, HC52, HC24E, HC38E, HC54E, etc.
Sony DCR-DVD DVD650, DVD108, DVD92, DVD850, DVD403, DVD505, DVD610E, DVD710E, etc.
SD MPEG-2 video recorded by the above models cannot be directly imported to Mac, iMovie11/09/08, FCP(X), Adobe Premiere Pro Cs5, Cs3. So we take solution to convert these Sony DCR MPEG-2 to Mac supported formats for playing on Mac or edit on Mac for on-line sharing or Sync to iPhone 4S, iPad etc.
Sony DCR Video Converter for Mac is specially designed to convert Sony DCR SD MPEG-2 to Mac MOV, MP4, DV, 3GP, M4V etc. for editing on iMovie11, iMovie09, iMovie08, FCP(X), FCE before sharing and playing on QuickTime, iPhone 4S, iPad for enjoying. Plus it is also cool editor enables you to crop video(get unwanted black edges), adjust video effect, contrast, rightness, saturation, special effect etc.
Click "Add File" to upload your chosen Sony DCR video to Mac AVCHD Converter after you launched it.
Click "Profile" to open the Profile drop-up list to select MOV, or MP4 as output video format for Mac OS, Quicktime, iMovie11/09/08, FCP(X), FCE, etc.
Press the "Start" button to convert Sony DCR SD video or AVCHD MTS/M2TS files to Mac. After conversion finished, you can enjoy converted Sony DCR video on Mac or edit these videos with iMovie11/09/08, FCP(X), FCE, iDVD, etc.
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