Import/upload AVCHD video from Sony Cybershot to iMovie
Have troubles in uploading Sony Cybershot DCS camcorder to Mac? Can't play the Sony AVCHD clips on Mac? Unable to edit the tough "AVCHD" in iMovie? The problem is, the AVCHD has no good compatibility with Mac program, though the latest iMovie'11 is claimed to have support hundreds of popular camcorder models. When you check out the iMovie'11 supported camcorder list, you will find that most of Sony HDR series camcorders are in the list. However, Sony Cyber-shot DCS series like Cybershot DSC-W530, DSC-WX9, DSC-HX9V, have no luck.
If so, Doremisoft Sony Cybershot Converter for Mac program comes to be necessary. It can help you to convert AVCHD clips to Mac formats like MOV, MPEG4, DV, etc within barely three steps. Moreover, it provides a series of practical presets like iMovie, iDVD, iTunes, iPad, etc. It saves your time to find out which output file format to be chosen for optimal playback on program and devices.
Easy Steps of converting Sony Cybershot AVCHD to Mac friendly formats:
Step One: Download and install Sony Cybershot Video Converter Mac.
Step Two: Import AVCHD Video to the program.
You need to copy your AVCHD video to Mac, then click "Add File" to upload your video from Sony Cycle-shot to Mac.
Step Three: Set output video format for Mac iMovie
If you want to edit your Sony Cybershot video in iMovie on Mac, you can click "Profile" to open the Profile drop-up list to select iMovie video>iMovie MOV
Step Four: Convert Sony CyberShot video on Mac. Click "Start" button to convert Sony Cybershot AVCHD files for Mac. After conversion finished, you can edit your converted Sony CyberShot video to iMovie.
Tips: If you prefer editing Sony AVCHD clips on Mac, please refer to the Sony M2TS video editing on Mac.