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AVCHD in Final Cut Express: Convert AVCHD MTS file to FCE

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AVCHD in Final Cut Express: Convert AVCHD MTS file to FCE
December 22, 2014 12:54AM
AVCHD in Final Cut Express: Convert AVCHD MTS file to FCE
Re: AVCHD in Final Cut Express: Convert AVCHD MTS file to FCE
December 22, 2014 12:58AM
Summary: If you want to edit AVCHD MTS footage on Final Cut Express and FCE does not take the AVCHD files from your camcorder, the best way is converting all MTS files to FCE editable formats - AIC MOV, ProRes MOV. Pavtube MTS to FCE Converter is the easiest and fastest tool for users who cann't import MTS to FCE. The following are the details.

Final Cut Express doesn't actually edit AVCHD MTS files, it Log and transfer MTS to Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC), which is a much more editing friendly HD supporting codec.Final Cut will only handle AVCHD files when it finds them in their original file structure (either by connecting the camcorder or using a memory card reader), not isolated .mts files. The biggest problem will be storage. For doing that type of work AIC takes a lot more space then AVCHD. figure a multiple of 3-7x the file storage size for a single video file, then multiply that by 3 or 4 to account for working space. So, for example, let's say you have videos to import, the videos total about 6 gig on your camcorder, they will take 18 – 42 gigs of hard drive space just to import the footage. Figuring 3 to 4x that for editing space, you're gonna need between 54 and 168 gig to edit the video.

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