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Nov 27

Tips of Converting Canon VIXIA HF R400 MTS to MOV on Mac

As we all know, not all the videos we can smoothly play on our Mac, MTS as the special typical one has troubled us a lot in this way. Fortunately, in the paper below, some effective solutions are allowed here.

Before we start to discuss the topic on how to convert Canon VIXIA HF R400 AVCHD MTS files to MOV on Mac, I got a question here. What could Canon VIXIA HF R400 provide us? Or in other words, why we choose this kind of camera as the favorite?

A simple introduction can be allowed here: Canon VIXIA Camcorder has a good reputation for its small size, recording video in full HD quality, lightweight, etc. Canon VIXIA HF series Camcorder is a large family including VIXIA HF R-series like the new models VIXIA HF R40, VIXIA HF R42 and VIXIA HF R400, which record videos in 1080 60p AVCHD MTS files. Most camera lovers are attracted by its perfect capacity.

While due to its special output MTS files, they cannot be accepted by some editing tools or media players, right? On the other hand, we all know MOV may be the most compatible one. So in the following page we are going to discuss the ways of converting MTS to MOV with an effective assistant called Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, which is the best choice for you to make your Canon MTS files smoothly work well with others.

Note: Not only for MOV as the output, in this converting program, so many various output choices you can take as a try. Such as editing software: FCP, Avid Media Composer, Premiere Pro, etc. For media devices: such as iPad, Android tablets, etc. Just choose what you want there.

From the official website, we can download and install the program in a general way, directly drag your files in or add your files with the item ‘Add video’. Only for MOV, I suggest to select the ‘HD Video’>>’H.264 HD Video (*.mov)’ as the best one which can keep your original high quality down. More details you can see the following screenshot. Drop down the output list, we can also choose other as a try, such as FCP, iMovie, Avid, etc.

Do you know what could ‘Settings’ do on the main interface? Adjust your video size as 1920*1280? Bitrates or frame rates? We can enjoy ourselves here.

Finally, hit the ‘Convert’ on the main interface, it is time to get our MOV form Canon VIXIA HF R400 camera. Don’t forget to choose the right output folder to store your output videos.

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