[AVCHD to AIC]How to import TM900 AVCHD to iMovie for editing?

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[AVCHD to AIC]How to import TM900 AVCHD to iMovie for editing?

Post  Josh520 on Sat Feb 18, 2012 4:49 pm

[AVCHD to AIC]How to import TM900 AVCHD to iMovie for editing?

Panasonic TM900 is a powerful camcorder which can record 1080/60p videos, equipped with the advanced 3MOS system, you can record beautifully nature images with powerful colors and detailed rendering in both bright and dark scenes. The Noise Reduction technology that goes to work when shooting in dim lighting has evolved even further in 2011 models, allowing them to reduce noise by approximately 45% compared to previous Panasonic models.

I often use TM900 to record AVCHD videos when I go travel; the vivid performance let me love this camcorder deeper. Today I will share some tips with you about how to import TM900 AVCHD videos to iMovie for editing.

1. As we know, the iMovie doesn’t support AVCHD format, so in order to import Panasonic TM900 AVCHD videos to iMovie, we need to convert TM900 AVCHD to iMovie compatible format, Panasonic TM900 to iMovie Converter will help us to convert AVCHD to Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) format. Please download this software.


2. Install and launch the AVCHD to iMovie Converter. Import the AVCHD videos which you want to convert.

3. Click and choose iMovie and Final Cut Express->Apple Intermediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov) format for output.


4. You can do some easy edit by clicking the edit button, such as trim, crop, etc.

5. Click convert button to start. the software will help you convert TM900 AVCHD to AIC for iMovie editing.

If you want to convert AVCHD, DVD and Blu-ray videos on Mac, you can try iMedia Converter for Mac, it’s the ultimate converter on Mac OS.

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Re: [AVCHD to AIC]How to import TM900 AVCHD to iMovie for editing?

Post  Josh520 on Fri Feb 24, 2012 4:06 pm

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Below is a simple tutorial of ripping DVD to H.264 MP4 for Kindle Fire.

Step 1: Run the Pavtube DVD to Kindle Fire Converter on your computer, and then load your DVD movie files into it.




Step 2: Click on "Format > Android > Motorola Xoom H.264 Video(*.mp4)" to quickly get output format that can be played DVD Movies on the Kinle Fire.

Tip: If you want to get the better video quality for Amazon Kindle Fire, just click on "Settings" to set bitrate as 1500 kbps, resolution as 1024×600 and frame rate as 30 fps help you get Kindle Fire supported video in a good balance between video quality and file size and full screen playback.

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Step 3: Start Convert DVD movie to H.264 MP4 for Kindle Fire by clicking on "Convert" on the main interface of the fast DVD to Kindle Fire Converter.

After the above processes, you could easily get the converted .mp4 files from its default output folder and then copy/stream/transfer DVD Movies to the Kindle Fire for playing to enjoy them anytime anywhere.
That's all! Hopefully the "converting DVD to MP4 for Kindle Fire" guide will make it easier to enjoy DVD movies on Amazon Kinlde Fire.

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Re: [AVCHD to AIC]How to import TM900 AVCHD to iMovie for editing?

Post  tutubebe99 on Fri Mar 09, 2012 3:28 pm

How to edit MOD/TOD videos in Final Cut Pro X on Mac?

MOD and TOD videos are usually recorded by canon and Panasonic camcorders, MOD and TOD format is great for camcorder videos, but they are difficult to use, they are not supported by most editing software on Mac and windows, and you can’t play MOD and TOD files on quicktime or windows media player and other video players. How to convert MOD and TOD files to FCP X for editing on Mac? Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac will help you, this software can convert MOD/TOD to Apple ProRes 422 MOV format for Final Cut Pro X, more output formats are supported, please follow the steps below.
1. Download Pavtube MOD/TOD to FCP X Converter for Mac, this software can convert camcorder HD videos to MOV, AVI, MKV, MP4 or other formats.

2. Install and run this best MOD/TOD to FCP X MOV converter.
3. Click the format bar and choose the output format. Click and choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) format, it’s the best format if you want to edit MOD/TOD files in Final Cut Pro X.


4. You can click settings button to adjust the output parameters as you want. Such as resolution and bitrate, you can also keep it as default.
5. Click convert button to start converting MOD/TOD video to ProRes 422 MOV format for FCP X.
After conversion, just open FCP X and import the converted videos to Final Cut Pro X, then you can edit them as you want.

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