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Jan 28

Surprise for MTS to QuickTime or DV Format on Mac Yosemite!

Are there any suggestions about converting MTS files to QuickTime/DV .mov format for editing, playing and uploading on Mac Yosemite? Please read this article following and you’ll get detailed information about it.

Part 1: A brief introduction to QuickTime
QuickTime Player is a multimedia architecture developed by Apple Computer for Mac OS, Mac OS X and other platforms. QuickTime Player allows your computer to work with real-time movies, sounds, and high-quality compressed images. MOV, MP4, AVCHD, AVI, DV and etc are QuickTime supported video formats except MTS.

Part 2: Issues of converting MTS files to QuickTime or DV format
If you hold a lot of amazing MTS files footages recording the precious moments like debate performances, birthday parties, wedding ceremonies and so on, you may probably consider to make them more meaningful and memorable. Most of the time, we are going to convert these MTS files to QuickTime/DV .mov format to recall the past time or share them with our family members, relatives and friends. As we all know, it ends in failure when playing MTS files on QuickTime Player. The reason is that it doesn’t give good support for MTS files.

Part 3: Solutions to convert MTS to QuickTime or DV Format
To successfully convert MTS files on QuickTime/DV .mov format, you should transcode them to its friendly format first, namely MOV, MP4, AVCHD, AVI or DV format. Therefore, converting MTS for playing on Mac with QuickTime Player, MOV format is the best choice. This tutorial provides a simple workaround to convert MTS to QuickTime or DV format quickly and easily with professional Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac. (Windows version.) Please move on to get more details.

Step by step on how to convert MTS to QuickTime or DV format using MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac.

Step 1: Install MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac and add MTS files
Download the best MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac and install it. Then, open the interface and put your MTS videos into it by drag and drop. Or you can click “Add from Folder” to add a few files at one time.

Step 2: Set output format for MTS files according to different uses
Click the drop-down button on the right side of the “Format” button to select “Common Video>>MOV-QuickTime (*.mov)” as output format for broadcasting usage. Also, you can choose other formats as the output formats for the purpose of editing. For your reference, you can choose other output formats such as mp4.mov, dv.mov according to your needs.

Step 3: Make your files more attractive
If needed, you can also set video frame rate, bit rate, codec, size and so on by hitting “Settings” option. In addition, edit function is absolutely necessary in adjustment. Just click the pencil-like icon and enjoy fun! It all depends.

Step 4: Start to convert
Click the “convert” button on the lower right of the interface. OK, please drink a cup of coffee and relax yourself. The converting time depends on file’s size.

Conclusion: Do you get cleared about the steps of converting MTS to QuickTime or DV format? No matter for broadcasting or editing, just have a try referring to your requirements and enjoy it!

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Jan 22

Get Trouble in Editing Canon 3D MTS Videos in iMovie?

If you got a Canon 3D camera such as Canon EOS C100 or Canon Legria HFG30, you must have fun with your 3D recordings. Actually, 3D camera market has fierce competition in several main camera leaders. On the other hand, we may get troubles in playing 3D movies on VLC directly or edit 3D videos smoothly. Mostly, these 3D videos are MTS files. With the 3D cameras in our hands, easily we can realize our dream of making 3D movies in a happy process.

Generally speaking, we can’t play all the videos we record because there are usually some parts we wanna drop off. To import the 3D MTS videos accepted by popular editing systems, such as iMovie. Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac will do us a great favor. To encode 3D MTS videos to iMovie, this program has a strong ability in doing the job. You also got the main steps here.(For Windows version?)

Part1. Import Canon 3D files with a correct way.
Launch the 3D MTS video converter for Mac after you downloaded it successfully here. Open the main interface and click the ‘Add Videos’ or ‘Add From Folder’ to import your 3D files. Then you can see them on left list.

Part 2. Choose right output formats.
Choose the format by ‘Format’ bar : ‘3D Video’>>’MOV Side-by-side 3D Video (*.mov) to ensure that we make the 3D preserved.

Tips: Adjust your output videos
Then click the pencil icon ’Editor’ to ‘Trim’—allows users to decide the length of the footage, ‘Crop’— to get rid of the black edges. Other items like ’Effect’ ‘Subtitle’ are waiting for you to explore.

Part3. Some settings to your output videos, Make your video ‘Size’, ‘Bitrates’ and ‘Frame Rate’ in a default. Also you can choose what you want.

After you start your conversion, for those new users, here we additionally offer the ways of importing 3D MTS videos in iMovie for a reference.

Tips with iMovie: You may think about importing video files stored on your Mac to iMovie. Please note that before importing local videos to iMovie, please make sure whether the video formats are well supported by iMovie. When importing the video format which is compatible with iMovie, just click “File” >“Import” >“Movies” on main interface of iMovie.

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Jan 15

Nice Workflow: Sony MXF Files to After Effects CC on Windows 8.1

Any conflicts between After Effects CC and MXF files?
According to some users, they said there are always some problems appeared when they import MXF files in After Effects CC on Windows 8.1. With new audio track appeared and original audio tracks missed. So they may ask is there a workflow that keeps the audio with the output? Frankly speaking, especially for MXF—a container format that has more than one audio track so we should load the entire files structure in or we may lose something. For smoothly editing our MXF files in After Effects CC on Windows, let’ s be a good reader.

Import MXF files in After Effects CC with audio preserved? Any solutions?
Still want to import MXF files in After Effects CC with no audio difficulties? Here we recommend you a MXF to After Effects CC Converter to make it come true. From MXF to MOV on After Effects CC, it can do the work well. We can get a further learning during the following explanation below:

When you install the program and load your files from ‘Add video’, immediately we come to the important point, choose the output format. On the format list, go to the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’, select the ‘MOV (AVC)(*.mov)’ as your best choice.

Question here: How to ensure the output video has the original audio track preserved?
Take it easy and to ensure your output videos with audio, we must come to ‘Properties’ item for ‘Audio’, ‘Streaming ID’, just select one that can play audio normally as the following picture.

Additional Tip: For those who want output videos with multi-track, please move on in this way, ‘Multi-track Video’>>’Multi-track MOV(*.mov), you won’t miss the big surprise! Just see the picture here.

Click the ‘Convert’ to finish your conversion work as an ending, additionally, except for MXF files, if you got other incompatible videos for After Effects CC, why not have Pavtube Video Converter to have a try? With the upgrade function of encoding and decoding H.265/HEVC files, you will have more interests.

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Jan 08

Record Classical Music Videos on QuickTime for a Playback

Do you wanna enjoy your favorite videos on QuickTime? Follow our steps here to know how play different camera videos smoothly on QuickTime.

Summary: The following paper showed us an example of playing various kinds of videos shot on a classical music festival by different cameras and how to enjoy them on QuickTime with no difficulties. Cause QuickTime has the trouble in editing some special HD videos such as Canon MXF footage, we need to do some changes, right?

Creating videos for a classical music festival? Usually in this occasion, the camcorders must be professional enough to handle this job well, right? For a further leaning of this situation, we should know clearly about the limitation between media players. Cause different cameras produced by different manufacturers, not all footage can work well with one media player. On the other hand, though we shot the movies with the same camera brand such like Canon, Panasonic, or Sony etc. They may sometimes output some incompatible formats for QuickTime, okay?

So you may ask me how to get rid of this trouble. Is there any good third-party tool that can convert all these incompatible videos to be suitable for QuickTime? Fortunately, here we actually got one! Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is such a nice one to do us a big favor. Would you like to have a try? Windows version is also allowed here.

Tips: After the Pavtube studio has announced that the upgraded version 4.8.2.0 can support the H.265/HEVC encode and decode well. Do you wanna a try?

Download and install the program in general ways, if you have already move your files from cameras to your computer, with the ‘Add Video’ and ‘Add from folder’, we can easily import your source footage. This program can support so many kinds of videos as import so there is no worry about this problem. To make your files suitable for QuickTime, do you know the best QuickTime supported format? Here on the output list, I suggest you to choose the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video (*.mov)’ as the best.

Optional: When you choose the right output one, for those advanced users, why not go to the Settings’ button to get more? To get a perfect effect on QuickTime, we can adjust the video size, bitrates or frame rate or even the audio codec, channels there.

Finally go back to the main interface, tap the ‘Convert’ button you can start your work. For a nice enjoyment on QuickTime with your classical music videos? What are you waiting for? More guides blow you can take a reference.

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Jan 04

Workflow: H.265/HEVC Footage to After Effects for Editing

Shot some H.265/HEVC recordings from some 4K HD camcorders? Then you must be a professional videographer who has high requirements of the output footage, right? For further dispose with some Windows NELs, such like the typical one, After Effects, haven’t you ever met some incompatible troubles? Import H.265/HEVC videos to After Effects? I guess we must need some video assistant because the current AE version cannot support the H.265 codec well, right?

Tips: Not only for After Effects, but also for Adobe Premiere proSony Vegas or even Avid Media Composer, etc, H.265, as the newest codec, has not been accepted by these guys yet.

H.265/HEVC—the newest codec that can bring us much than H.264
This is an unexpected but potentially path-breaking announcement. It will take several weeks or months to confirm just what advantages or virtues it offers. Presently, I’m not sure what CPU requirements will be to edit or play h.265. The Cyberlink PowerDirector editing product may already support some h.265, or it will shortly. But I know of no tests. Do you wanna get closer to H.265 transcoder?

To make H.265/HEVC friendly with After Effects, Pavtube H.265 Converter can do you a favor. If you have focused on the Pavtube studio, you won’t miss the recent upgrade version 4.8.2.0 of Pavtube Windows products. This upgraded version is specially designed for the latest codec H.265/HEVC. Cannot import H.265/HEVC recordings to After Effects? Just drop the related worries away!

Windows operation system supported: Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 2000.

Let’s see how does this H.265 to After Effects Converter for us:
Stp1.Download and install the program on our computer as soon as you get into the main interface. Directly drag your files in is not a bad idea. Or here we got other effective ways. Click the ‘Add Video’ icon on the left corner, we can import the source files individually. ‘Add from folder’ is offered for you to load your files in a complete folder.

Step 2. Cause the new version of this H.265 encoder can accept the HEVC files smoothly, it would be easier to load them in. So next for choosing suitable output for After Effect. Just drop down the output list, we suggest you to select the ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*.mpg)’ as the best one.

Notes: Form other common ones to H.265/HEVC for output? Also you can find the item you want o the output list. ‘HD Video’>>’H.265 HD Video’ is waiting there for you! Much more time it will cost you if you choose this one as your favorite.

Step 3(Optional) Set your output videos in your own style? Let’s come to the ‘Settings’ interface to see how. To keep the original quality when editing in After Effects, why not adjust the video bitrates and frame rate as default? You will find it will be more suitable for your editing.

From H.265/HEVC to MPEG-2 mpg for a further dispose in After Effects, this H.265 Video Converter did us a big favor with such easy operations. Go back to the main interface, just press on the ‘Convert’ button to finish the preparation work and get started.

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Dec 29

Surprise for Pavtube Upgraded Windows Products! H.265/HEVC or XVAC Codec Supported!

Good news for everybody! Thanks to the Pavtube Studio, we can realize our hope to enjoy the super high quality videos encoded by H.265 or HEVC. During this 2014 Christmas holidays, it is indeed a big Christmas gift for everyone who loves shooting high definition videos, right? Let’s find more details about this great job!

Tips: Development and prospect of Pavtube Studio—News for Upgraded H.265/HEVC Converter!

Main new features we may be interested in:
1. H.265/HEVC encode supported
2.H.265/HEVC decode supported
3.Support MXF in XAVC Video Codec
4.Add H.264 baseline/main/high output profiles

What Windows products are upgraded well?
For videos:
Pavtube HD Video Converter
Pavtube Video Converter
Pavtube MXF Converter
Pavtube MXF MultiMixer
Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter

For DVD and Blu-ray:
Pavtube BDMagic
Pavtube ByteCopy
Pavtube DVDAid

Both for Videos and DVD/Blu-ray:
Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate

What is HEVC(H.265)? 
High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) is the latest generation video compression standard. This standard was developed by the ISO/IEC Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) and ITU-T Video Coding Experts Group (VCEG), through their Joint Collaborative Team on Video Coding (JCT-VC)

HEVC is also known as ISO/IEC 23008-2 MPEG-H Part 2 and ITU-T H.265
HEVC provides superior video quality and up to twice the data compression as the previous standard (H.264/MPEG-4 AVC)
HEVC can support 8K Ultra High Definition video, with a picture size up to 8192×4320 pixels

The benefits of H.265
H.264 has been a huge success. It’s a flexible codec standard that’s used by streaming services, satellite providers, and for Blu-ray discs. It’s scaled remarkably well since it was first proposed and is capable of handling 3D, 48-60 fps encodes, and even 4K. The Blu-ray disc standard doesn’t currently include provisions for some of these technologies, but the H.264 codec itself is capable of handling them.

The problem with H.264, however, is that while it can handle these types of encodes, it can’t do so while simultaneously keeping file sizes low. A new standard is necessary to push file/stream sizes back down while driving next-generation adoption, and that’s where H.265 comes in. It’s designed to utilize substantially less bandwidth thanks to advanced encoding techniques and a more sophisticated encode/decode model.

With the popularity of H.265(HEVC) and XAVC, more and more users are fond of enjoying this high resolution videos. So in this way, Pavtube Studio has offered us an efficient way when meeting troubles in editing incompatible H.265 videos in NELs or play on media players. Pavtube products I think that can do you a big favor.

Official website: http://www.pavtube.com/
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Dec 24

How to Get AVCHD MTS Workflow with DaVinci Resolve (Lite)

Summary: Have you heard someone there claimed that the DaVinci Resolve Lite has the strong ability of the working almost everything in real time except for AVCHD MTS format. Something like ranging from QuickTime, ProRes, DNxHD, MXF files to AVI, JPEG2000, HQ and HQX in MOV, JPEG, TGA and BMP. Let’s find the solutions here.

How much do you know about the DaVinci Resolve Lite though you are a professional editor?
As an extremely powerful editor in the post production workflow, DaVinci Resolve is well known for its color correction ability as well as a great manager of your entire creative process. It is claimed that DaVinci Resolve works with a wide variety of file formats in real time including DPX, CIN, EXR, Tiff, QuickTime, ProRes, DNxHD and MXF files. While the DaVinci Resolve Lite is such a pain. May be we need a AVCHD MTS assistant to get more help.

Notes: AVCHD MTS is not available with many other programs such as FCPPremiere, or VLC media player.

Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac—Make AVCHD MTS friendly with DaVinci Resolve Lite.(Windows version)
Here we strongly recommend you the professional AVCHD assistant which can handle all the AVCHD files well with popular editing tools, including the DaVinci Resolve Lite. Join us to know how it works so well?

Step 1. Load our source recordings
Open this program, when the main interface pops up in front of you, two buttons on the left corner can do us a big favor. ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’. The first one is aimed to load your video clips individually, while the second can load footage as the complete one.

Step 2.Choose the suitable output for DaVinci Resolve. 
Now it is time to come to the output list. Don’t worry you didn’t find the item for DaVinci Resolve Lite, cause we know the best format is DNxHD MOV, so we suggest you to select the ‘Avid Media Composer’>>’DNxHD (*.mov)’ as the best one. Just look the screen shot below.

Tips: For 3D movie conversion? Why not go to the ‘3D Video’ to choose one as your favorite? For example, 3D MP4, 3D MKV, etc.

Step 3.(Optional) Advanced functional items? Move your steps to the ‘Settings’ interface, here we will find ourselves with such ‘Trim’,’Crop’, or ‘Subtitles’ etc. Or change to the ‘advance mode’, you can get more there.

At the end of this paper, let me tell you how to start our conversion work. Just go back to the main interface, ‘Convert’ there is waiting for your clicking. After that, just enjoy your output files when editing in DaVinci Resolve Lite. Fortunately, here is a MTS Topic Page you can get more knowledge of MTS files. Thanks for reading!

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Dec 19

How about Editing Sony A7II XAVC S Recordings with MOV/AVI/MPEG-2/WMV

Q: Which kind of Sony series camera do you like as the best?
A: Though more and more HD cameras have been released by Sony, I just make Sony A7II as my favorite. With the stable shooting ability and the high definition output footage XAVC S, it is popular among our photograghers.

‘As a teacher who teaches video production in the studying courses, I’m trying to use my Sony A7II camera to shoot some recordings of my students and pick them out to show in the Students’ Film Festival’, I need to edit the output videos on my Mac, I installed FCP X there. However, it seemed that XAVC files are not so compatible this program, right?’

While enjoying the stunning videos recorded of HD image quality, many users are having problems when trying to edit Alpha a7II footage in some popular editing tools like FCP, iMovie, Premiere, etc. What we need here is a XAVC Video Converter for Mac/Windows! Easy operations to do with XAVC files and make them accepted by common editing programs and media players with a high quality preserved.

How to convert SonyA7II XAVC files to MOV/AVI/MPEG-2/WMV for nice editing on Mac/Windows?
Free Download the Mac Sony XAVC S Transcoder to your Mac. Install and run it. It’s excellent Sony XAVC S converter which can convert Sony Alpha a7II videos to any formats you need, such as Apple Prores 422 MOV, Apple InterMediate Codec MOV, QuickTime MOV, etc. Load your files in with ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’

Next, for each editing app, you should choose the different format on the output lsit. For example, we can choose the ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422 (*.mov)’ as the suitable one. As the screen shot showed:

Tips: For other formats like AVI, MPEG-2 or WMV, we can also find them out on the output list if you need.

More advanced functions? Why not get into the ‘Settings’ button to know more? We can here adjust our output videos as video codec, video size, bitrates, frame rate or even the audio channels.

Other questions about other Sony series cameras? On the Sony Topic page here, we think we should learn more. Finally, it is time to go back to the main interface to click the ‘Convert’ button to finish our preparation work. After that, we can easily edit our

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Dec 11

Troubled in Editing Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 MXF in Premiere Pro CC/CS6?

Summary: For those Panasonic lovers, this guide can mainly tell us a brief introduction of Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 camcorder and look for a best way of converting MXF files to the most suitable MPG for a nice editing in Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6. Any interests to join us?

Any personal opinions or understanding of Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 camcorder?
The Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 VariCam Camcorder is a high-end professional camera meant to replicate the warm and natural look and texture of film. This camera’s native effective resolution is 1280 x 720, but shooting is possible in a range of formats from 1080/60i to 720/25p due to the 3x 2/3″ 1MP CCD sensors. Usually with the MXF format as output, though it has the high definition loved by video editors, they also have met some trouble there at the same time. Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6 is the typical one.

Here we also have the Panasonic subject if you are interested a lot.

How to edit AJ-HPX2700 MXF files in Premiere Pro CC/CS6?
For editing MXF files in Premiere Pro CC/Cs6 without difficulty, Pavtube MXF to Premiere Pro Converter for Mac is your best choice.(For Windows version) Once you work this program, the Premiere Pro will can read the converted MXF’s video and audio. You can edit video and audio with Premiere Pro freely. Don’t worry about losing quality by transcoding MXF to MPEG-2 MPG for Premiere Pro CC/CS6 with this best MXF to Premiere Pro Converter.

Further guides below can show you the complete process of converting Panasonic AJ-HPX2700 MXF files to MPG for Premiere Pro.
From the official website, we can download and install the program according to its instructions, with the ‘Add video’ button we can load original MXF files in. Drop down the output list, nearly on the bottom of the list we could find the right one we want there, ‘Adobe Premiere Pro/Song Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 MPG’ can the best. Of course the other MOV and WMV are both available.

Optional tips here: For those advanced users, some items on the main interface, such like the ‘Settings’ button, we can choose the suitable video codec, video size, frame rate or even the audio channel here. Surely we can set them in the original default.

Go back to the main interface, when you did all the preparation work, click the big red button ‘Convert’ we can get our work started. Additionally, if you are the first time to work with the hot editing tool Adobe Premiere pro, we here also have the related guide on how to transfer files into Premiere.

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Dec 08

Easily Ingest Panasonic HX-A500 4K Videos to FCP X

Summary: This is a guide on how to easily ingest our Panasonic HX-A500 4K videos to Final Cut Pro X for further editing for those Panasonic lovers. From 4K videos to the most suitable ProRes for FCP X, do you wanna know how could we make it work?

The Panasonic HX-A500 is the first wearable Ultra HD 4K camcorder, and it’s capable of capturing footage at 25fps.  It is common if you find it is a painful experience to import 4K MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 videos from Panasonic HX-A500 to Final Cut Pro X. The basic reason is that FCP-X supports 4K although, while Final Cut Pro 6/7 like many editors use 1080p as primary delivery format and will continue to do so for a long time. So what we should do to work the job well? Let’s move on!

While as you got the 4K videos, it is necessary for us to do some effective solutions to edit them well in FCP X. After searching on Google, you will find the Pavtube 4K to FCP X Converter for Mac is a nice choice. Overall, this program is a completely professional 4K HD video converter, player and editor. Unlike some free video converters, it is capable of serving as the best 4K Video Converter for Mac.

Let’s start converting HX-A500 4K videos to ProRes for editing in FCP X.
For the first step, we should install this program according to the instructions, with the ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ we can easily get the original 4K MP4 files into this program. Click the ‘Merge into one file’ you can join your multiple video clips into one file. Next, we come to the top point here, choose the best one as output for FCP X. ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes Codec 422(*.mov)’ could be your best selection.

Wanna more advanced adjustments? Come to the ‘Settings’ button, Just customize proper video/audio parameters if necessary. Video size, bitrates and fame rate are flexible and can be adjusted as you like. Usually 1920*1080 video size and 30fps video frame rate are recommended for FCP editing.

Now, you can surely click the big red button ‘Convert’ on the main interface. What I wanna mention here is this program is not designed for FCP, it is also available for others, such like iMovie, FCE, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, etc. Just choose proper format in the second step like iMovie —> Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov) for iMovie, Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas> MPEG-2(*.mpg)  for Premiere Pro. Additionally, Windows version is allowed here if you need. Any questions you can leave below as comments, thanks for reading!

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