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Oct 31

Playback the Edited MTS Videos on VLC Media Player

In order to enjoy the high quality videos that shot by HD cameras, if you are a good thinker, you may adjust them with professional editing tools, such as the FCP X. While for the media player, no doubt the VLC player is the best one for all you guys. Do you know why?

Especially for VLC media player,  the most popular as well as powerful free and open source tool in the market both in Mac and window based computer which is capable of playing virtually every file format that you can think of, like MOV, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, DivX, except for MTS files. With the incompatible video structure, they two guys are friendly to each other. Maybe here MTS to VLC Converter for Mac will be a good assistant.

Tips: H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)—the best video format for VLC.

Only several easy steps of operation, you can make your MTS files accepted by VLC media player. When you installed the program you may get the ‘Add video’ for a help. Then, on the output list, just go to the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video(*.mp4)’ for the best as the following screen showed:

Click the ‘Convert to get your work start, or you can back to the main interface and find the ‘Settings’ to do more adjustments. Also, ‘Editor’ is another button to make your videos more beautiful.

Big surprise here! For celebrating the coming Halloween, Pavtube studio has held the promotion discount onHalloween Topic, ‘Buy one Get one Free’, get two products with one offer! If you get the DVDAid for cost, you can get the MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac for free. What are you waiting for? The topic only expires on November 10, 2014.

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Oct 27

Free Get Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac in Halloween Celebration

This Sunday, we’ll get the 2014 Halloween festival in western countries! How do you celebrate the annual Halloween at this time? As someone said, they also call this festival as ‘Ghost Day’, so on that day, they may play themselves as the ghosts for fun. Do you still remember the old saying? ‘Treat or Trcik’?

Surprise also happens in Pavtube studio until November 10,  2014, they have promoted the activities like ‘Get one and you’ll get another one for free! Here we can teach you how to get the Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, which is the one those video fans want to get especially for MTS footage cameras, right? The secret is just get theDVDAid for Mac for the first step, then you can get another for free.

What a nice deal you can get two products with one offer at usual times!

What else you can know about the DVDAid for Mac? Maybe the biggest high light is according to your personal demand, you can easily and fast rip or edit DVD movies on your own. How to get it work smoothly?

  • Entirely or directly backup DVD movies in an easy way
  • Various video formats for DVD are supported
  • Popular media players or editing tools are allowed
  • Customize output videos in your own way

While for MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, if you have got it already, you may know clearly about the features. With the high quality conversion and fast speed, it is loved by so many video editors. What are you waiting for?

Remember this Halloween promotion only expires on November 10, 2014. You won’t miss it, right? Just keep this year’s Halloween amazing and wonderful!


Oct 23

Transcode FCP ProRes to DNxHD MOV for Avid Media Composer

Nowadays for so many professional video editors, it’s not an easy matter to move footage from one editing tool to another. Because of the limitation of different codec, indeed we need the converting assistant. However, after searching on the web, have you found out the suitable ones? Or in other words, do you get the trouble like below?

‘Hello guys! I have a project that is edited in FINAL CUT PRO 7, ProRess(HQ). Turns out that (surprise!) I have to delivery everything in DNxHD 145. I tried to convert using Compressor, MPEG Stream and Final Cut with custom settings (I installed AVID and got the DNxHD codecs in FinalCut). All of these options messed with my chroma levels. Do you know of a good workflow for this problem?’

Such a common question that we have met before, right? But today here we will introduce you an advanced converting program called ProRes to DNxHD MOV Converter for Mac which can hold various video formats for different editors or players. For example, how to transcode FCP ProRes to DNxHD MOV for editing in Avid Media Composer? Just read the following guides:

Download here and load you files with ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’, especially for Avid Media Composer? Maybe you can find this, ‘Avid Media Composer’>>’Avid DNxHD (*.mov).

Additional tips: Want to join several ProRes files into a large one after transcoding? Just check the “Merge into one file” check-box to set it.

Start converting ProRes 422 files to Avid DNxHD format by clicking on the “Convert” button. Once the ProRes to DNxHD conversion is completed, you could easily and fast get the Avid DNxHD files from its default output folder of this transcoding to DNxHD program. After that, you are able to transfer and import the converted Apple ProRes 422 files to Avid MC for editing with its high-speed video editing functions.

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Oct 20

Get FCP ProRes into Avid Media Composer with DNxHD MOV

Hi guys, have you met the trouble of importing videos from one editing tool to another? With the non-native video formats they output we can’t easily work them together. Just as one friend said like this:

I have a project that is edited in FINAL CUT PRO 7, PRORES 422 (HQ). Turns out that (surprise!) i have to delivery everything in DNxHD 145. I tried to convert using Compressor, MPEG Stream and Final Cut with custom settings (i installed AVID and got the DNxHD codecs in FinalCut). All of these options messed with my chroma levels. The black is not black, the green is “radioactive”… even when i import the resulted DNxHD in AVID, the scope monitor looks messed. Any solutions to me?’

Surely you can’t avoid the limitation of different editing software, however, it is unnecessary to worry about it. Plan to edit your ProRes files form FCP to Avid Media Composer in compatible formats DNxHD .mov. FCP to Avid MC Video Converter for Mac may remove your worries.

Follow the guide and you’ll find the truth by yourself:
Download the program from the official website and launch it correctly, From the main interface, tap the ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ to load your files. This product can accept various video formats, including ProRes codec files output by FCP, so for Avid Media Composer, what should we do the next? On the ‘Format’ bar, tap the ‘Avid Media Composer’ and you’ll see the ‘Avid DNxHD (*.mov)’, as the screen shot showed here:

For advanced users, you can control output video quality by setting resolution, bitrates and frame rate in ‘Settings’, For preserving 5.1 channels surround sound, set audio channels to ‘5.1 channels’ instead of Stereo.

Additional Tips: If you have needs for other editing tools instead of Avid MC, you must have seen them also listed there, such for iMovie or FCE, Premiere Pro, etc. Multiple choices here you can select what you like. Other tips or advice? Please show them at the end of this paper.

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Oct 17

Carry Projects from Avid MC to Adobe After Effects?

Hi, guys, do you know the two popular editing tools called Avid Media Composer and Adobe After Effects? Two excellent editors which have own special characteristics or common points in editing world. So someone may ask for different usage in different occasions, we may choose one as our best. Could we move projects from Avid MC to Adobe After Effects for another editing?

Here we got two solutions to the questions below, any one you can select to meet your needs.

Solution 1. via AAF-– the simplest way to transfer projects from Avid to After Effects. Some details are provided here, you can take a reference. Select the sequence you want to export and go to File > Export….

In the Export As drop down, choose AAF:

The primary reason one exports from Avid to After Effects is to add effects and filters to footage. You don’t want to transcode media or reduce its quality in any way. For this reason, I recommend you select ‘Link to (Don’t Export) Media in the Export Method drop down (as shown above). However, if you’re moving from one computer to another, then it might be a goo
d idea to select ‘Copy All Media’ instead. This way, your clips travel with the AAF file.

As far as audio is concerned, it is pointless to export multiple audio tracks to After Effects. Better to mixdown the audio to one track and export that single track if necessary. If you’re only exporting clips or portions of your sequence, then uncheck Include Audio Tracks in Sequence.

In After Effects, go to File > Import…> Pro Import After Effects…. Click on Modify Settings…:

If you are failed with method 1 above, Here we also get the method 2 instead.
Solution 2. Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate—convert any projects from Avid MC to After Effects.

Supported for any video formats output from Avid MC, we can encode them with the most compatible videos for After Effects. Load your output files from Avid MC to the program Avid to After Effects Video Converter, we can choose the suitable output format such like ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’, then click the ‘Convert’ button to start your conversion. Finally transfer your output projects to After Effects with ‘File’>>’Load files’…More details about the conversion you can take the following picture as a reference.

Which one do you like better? Obviously, the second one may attracts your attention with easy operation and multiple functions, am I right?

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Oct 14

Work Canon C300/C500 MXF Files with iMovie 12, 11, 10, 9?

If you cannot use iMovie 9, iMovie 10, iMovie 11 or iMovie 12 on Mac OS X Mavericks to edit Canon C300/C500 MXF files, do not be upset. The following  article will show you the best solution for all the iMovie fans. In terms of MXF files for iMovie, this question has indeed troubled us a lot like this way:

Do you ever meet the similar problems?
‘My work with the prototype camera I used over a period of six weeks started with what I know, which is 720p/24p. I prefer iMovie for editing with Canon C500, but I failed to open the MXF files with iMovie many times. (iMovie 11, Mac Mavericks). I am looking for the easy-to-use and reasonably priced converter to make my MXF files from Canon C500 to be readable in iMovie. I have more than 200 MXF files, I need to batch process them. Can anyone help regarding this conversion?’

MXF to iMovie Video Converter for Mac, a best third-party converting tool for you. With the various output formats for MXF files, is it necessary for you to be afraid of iMovie? Just enjoy HD video experience anytime anywhere. Are you now considering to free download here for a try?

After you load your files with ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ on the interface, you may go to the next station, click the Format bar, and move mouse cursor to “iMovie and Final Cut Express -> Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov)”, it’s the best format for editing in iMovie 9,10,11,12. Take the following picture as a reference.

Extra reminds: In other ways, if you have got the MXF footage by Panasonic P2 camcorders, due to the special structure of this video format, we must make sure we have imported the video and audio files at the same time, or we might get our audio or video missed.

When you click the button ‘Convert’ have you ever think of some other adjustments for output? ‘Settings’ here may be a nice choice. For example, select the video frame rate, bitrates or even the audio channels.

At the end of the conversion, welcome to put forward some troubles during the process or improving opinions. Here also a guide on how to transfer files to iMovie for newers!

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Oct 08

Transcode Sony PXW-X70 XDCAM MXF to AIC .mov for iMovie/FCE

By taking advantage of the latest HD technology, Sony PXW-X70 camcorder has owned a lot of fans. No matter for amateurish lovers or professional photographers, with the high definition and delicate image, it is loved by all of us. However, some problems have showed with Sony PXW-X70 output MXF files like below:

‘As a biologist who put all his efforts into reptile and always work outside, I need to detailedly record the daily life of these little guys with my Sony PXW-X70 camcorder. But as I can’t put my output MXF files into iMovie for further editing, there is a waste of time when I do some research. Does iMovie support MXF videos? Is that the cause?’

Frankly speaking, do you ever meet the trouble just like above? It is never mind if we don’t know the solutions of dealing with the MXF files because for MXF files, they can’t be accepted by most media players or editing software. Thus, for iMovie or FCE, Pavtube iMixMXF for Mac may be a good assistant. Multiple functions you can see in this professional converting program.

How to encode Sony PXW-X70 XDCAM MXF to for iMovie and FCE?
Download the program here and install it with requirements. On the main interface, load your MXF files in two ways, ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’. So easy, right? Then we can come to the next step, choose the best output format for iMovie or FCE, ‘iMovie and FCE’>>’Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC)(*.mov). Just take the picture below as a reference.

Highlight here: Excellent multi-track preservation and mixing. You can choose ‘Multi-track Video’ to get some others you need. Additionally, you can get audios of the interviewer, surroundings or comments into one mixed audio. What’s more, 3D videos are also supported here, just come and have a look.

‘Settings’ for other advanced users, ‘Trim’ to decide your video where to start and where to end. ‘Crop’ to get rid of the unwanted edges etc. Tell something to your audience?‘Subtitles may do you a favor.

At the end of this conversion, for some people first use iMovie, how to transfer your files may cause some trouble, open here to know more. Thanks for your reading!



Oct 02

Tips on Converting Sony HDR-CX240 MTS to MOV, AVI, MPG

Hello, guys! Do you know which kind of camera showed in the picture above? Yes! Sony HDR-CX240 camera. You must a faithful Sony fan that you got the right answer. The CX240 captures Full HD 1920×1080 video at 60p and 9.2MP still images. Steady Shot image stabilization with Active Mode delivers smooth video. But you must be confused with the output formats MTS can’t be generally accepted by popular players or main editing tools. It indeed made us a bit anxious to do MTS files.

How to do well with Sony HDR-CX240 MTS files?
Searched on the solutions online, you will find some answers to this question as plug-ins to specific editing system or players but not suit for all. To be brief, how wonderful if there is a converter can do all the work! Pavtube HDR MTS Converter for Win/Mac is such a friend to realize our hope.

Note: Not only for MTS , but also for various video formats, such as MXF, etc. You won’t trust me until you tried it by yourself to find more.

When you load your MTS files, they will be listed in the blank frame. On the right window, you can preview if you transfer them correctly. For output format as MOV, AVI or MPG with high quality, on the ‘Format’ list, ‘HD Video’ may be your best choice. As you see, ‘H.264 HD Video (*.mov)’ ‘MPEG-2 HD Video (*.mpg) or ‘AVI HD Video’ (*.avi). What’s more, you can choose items directly for editing tools, like ‘Final Cut Pro’, ‘Premiere Pro’ or device like ‘iPhone’ ‘iPad’, etc.

Then in ‘Options’ interface, you can snapshot some photos to preserve in right place you want or ‘Acceleration’ to save your conversion time. Wonderful experience! Do you wanna a try?

For advanced users, this program has ‘Settings’ design especially for ‘Trim’ ’Crop’ OR Add ‘Subtitles’, etc. Don’t remember to recommend to your friends who need after having a try by yourselves.

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Sep 24

Edit Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K Videos in iMovie/FCE 4 with AIC MOV

This guide can offer you some tips on how to encode Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K Videos to AIC MOV for smoothly editing in iMovie or FCE 4 

Cause a few consumer-level options for shooting 4K videos in camcorder market, Song announced clearly that they has a plan for moving forward in this department. Sony FDR-AX100/B Camcorder, to capture 3840*2160 resolution, the AX100 uses Sony’s new XAVC-S format which employs more efficient MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 Long GOP compression with an MP4 wrapper.

The picture below can further make you know clearly about the difference between Full HD camcorder and 4K Video camcorder: 4K VS Full HD

As a new video codec, 4K videos recorded by Sony FDR-AX100 is a non-standard format which is so hardly accepted by iMovie and FCE 4. On the the other hand, for most consumers know that the most compatible codec both for iMovie and FCE 4 is Apple InterMediate Code (AIC), MOV. If you get an idea of converting FDR 4K to AIC MOV, a third-party tool called 4K HD Video Converter for Mac you may needed. Learn the steps here to know more:

First of all, download 4K HD Video Converter for Mac and launch it, add your 4K files and show them on left list. For iMovie and FCE 4, search the format list and you will find the ‘iMovie and FCE’ button to output the ‘Apple InterMediate Code (AIC), MOV’. You must see some formats for other editing software, such as ‘Apple ProRes codec ‘ for FCP, ‘DNxHD MOV ‘ for ‘Avid’, etc.

On the right of ‘Format’ bar, can you see the ‘Settings’ there? For output video size, frame rate or even audio channels. Personally, adjust which you like.

Finally click ‘Convert’ button and let it go, after the conversion, you can easily transfer your videos to iMovie or FCE 4. No ideas of specific transferring steps? Here we go

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Sep 23

Transcode GoPro Hero3 Black Video to ProRes in FCP X

We have recently received some comments on related media forum like this’ I’m a videographer who work in a video produce company. Several days ago, I took tons of HD MP4 videos with my good friend named GoPro Hero3 camera, in order to broadcast for all public, we have to import them to FCP X for further editing. However, due to the incompatible formats for FCP X, we can’t edit GoPro MP4 videos smoothly. With no FCP X plug-ins, I’m so appreciated if you can do me a favor!’

Frankly speaking, if you are going to edit GoPro Hero3e Black Mp4 videos in FCP X, we here can introduce you a GoPro to FCP X Converter for Mac to transcode GoPro MP4 to ProRes MOV with orginal quality. Which is the best codec for editing in FCP X with original quality? May be you can find the answer in following steps.

How to transcode GoPro Hero3 Black HD MP4 videos to Apple ProRes retaining original quality for FCP with GoPro to FCP X Converter? Follow the steps below:

Run this GoPro to FCP X Converter for Mac, add your GoPro HD MP4 files with ‘Add videos’ or ‘Add from folder’, you can check them out on right preview window.

For Apple ProRes retaining original quality, Which is the best ProRes codec? Surely ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes 422(HQ)’ to keep the original HD video quality. Also, Apple ProRes 422(LT)-Get a smaller file sizes than Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422(Proxy)-SD levels-480i/p and 576i/p used in offline workflows. Additionally, with different types of Apple ProRes codec, you can learn more here.

‘Settings’ for your advanced output video choices, such as video size, bitrates, frame rates, etc. Also, you can adjust audio channels in this interface.

Click ‘Convert’ to start you conversion for further editing in FCP X, with a fast conversion process you’ll have a nice enjoyment in your HD videos after transfer in FCP X.Anything else, welcome to give us more suggestions about this program.

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