I'm trying to pull my footage off SD cards that was filmed on a Panasonic HS900 MTS files (AVCHD 1080p/60) to final cut pro X, but with no luck, is there a way to get through this?
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Actually final cut pro can support some AVCHD (including Panasonic AVCCAM and Sony NXCAM) files since version 6.0.1, but not all of the AVCHD MTS files. So it is still a pain for someone that cannot import MTS video to Final Cut Pro X.
The below camcorder models have bad incompatibility with Final Cut Pro X:
|Panasonic||HC-X900, HC-X900M, HC-X909, HDC-HS900, HDC-TM700, HDC-TM90, HDC-TM900, etc.|
|Sony||DSC-TX100V, HDR-PJ30VE, HXR-NX70E, HXR-NX70U, etc.|
If you happen to have difficulty in importing MTS files to Final Cut Pro X, never mind, just read on this article and you will find out a simple solution for this problem. All you need is a MTS to Final Cut Pro X Converter which will easily convert MTS files to Final Cut Pro compatible formats (like MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP).
After you download this MTS to Final Cut Pro X Converter, install and launch it. Then simply click "Add File" button to import your .mts files.
Choose the output format and saving file folder from the profile and destination. To import MTS to Final Cut Pro X, select "MPEG-4, MOV, MPEG-1, DV, or 3GP" as output video format.
Click "Start" button to begin the MTS to Final Cut Pro and this converter will do the rest for you. You could preview the output file and the progress bar during conversion. Also, the software also enables you to convert AVCHD to Final Cut Pro as well.
After it is done, you can import these output videos converted from MTS to Final Cut Pro without any problem, and edit them and make great movies in FCP X. Just enjoy yourself!