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Oct 29

Encode Humax recording 1080p TS to Avid DNxHD MOV-Burn TS to DVD for sharing, storing or managing on Mac

Humax popular products include FOXSAT-HDR, FOXSAT HD, HDR-FOX T2, HD-FOX T2, PVR-9300T, PVR-9300T/500, Humax PVR-9150T, PVR-9150T, HDCI-5000 and HR24/H25 for USA. With these devices, you can record 2 channels at the same time, freesat HD and SD channel recording, or simultaneous viewing of one channel and recording another channel.

“How to import recording .ts files from Humax PVR-9300T to my Avid 6.0?

I have use Humax PVR-9300T to record some .ts files and upload it to my mac.

Sometimes the recordings needs to be edited but importing these .ts files is not possible.

Anybody knows how these files can be changed to a file that can be imported ?”

I have read many forum posts on how to covert .ts from a Humax PVR to a more widely compatible format for using on Windows/Mac Editing Software, Popular Tablets or other. In order to help Humax HVR users to convert, edit, trim and play Humax recorded TS files on Mac Mountain Lion 10.8 (include Mac OS X Leopard 10.5, Snow Leopard 10.6, Lion 10.7). You need to use a professional TS files to Avid Converter. Pavtube TS to Avid Converter for Mac is the 2012 best TS files to Avid converter for you to encode Humax recording TS files to Avid Media Composer compatible videos so as to import TS files to Avid Media Composer for editing on Mac 10.8. With this Humax TS to Avid converter, it would be quite simple and easy for you to edit Humax PVR-9300T TS files in Avid Media Composer.

If you are a PC users, then you can use Pavtube TS files to Avid Converter for Windows, which converts Humax PVR TS files to Avid Media Composer support video on Windows with ease.

Now please follow the easy steps below to transcode Humax recording 1080p videos to Avid best supported Avid DnxHD MOV codec on Mac, and burn Humax recordings TS/MTS to DVD on Mac.

Part 1: Convert Humax recording 1080p videos to Avid DNxHD MOV for Avid Media Composer editing on Mac.

1. Download Pavtube Humax 1080p Video to Avid Converter. This professional Humax TS to Avid Converter for Mac can help you convert Humax PVR-9300T recording TS files to Avid DNxHD MOV format for Avid Media Composer, or more output formats are also supported.

                 

2. After transferring .TS files from Humax PVR-9300T to Mac. Install and run this Humax TS Converter for Mac. With the Mac TS converter, you can directly drag & drop the TS files to the converter, or choose “Add” to locate the TS files you want to load.

3. Choose Avid Media Compser compatible format as the output format.

Click “Format” bar, choose “Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.mov)”.

4. You can click “settings” to customize the output parameters, adjust the resolution, bitrate as you want.

Besides, you can use this software to edit your recordings, you can trim, crop, add watermark or adjust effect to the video, just need to click the “” button.

5. Batch Convert Humax PVR-9300T recording 1080p videos to Avid DNxHD MOV on Mac.

Click convert button to start. Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac will convert Humax recording 1080p videos to Avid Media Composer with best video and audio quality. After converting, you can import the converted TS videos to Avid Media Composer for editing as you want.

Tip:

Here I recommend a powerful conversion tool - Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac (Now 20% OFF), it can convert recording 1080p footages to editable HD video formats for non-linear editing software like Final Cut Pro, Final Cut pro X, iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Studio, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 etc. The HD footage can be compressed to SD video clips for storage when you wanna save storage space. The Mac iMedia Converter is also able to extract audios from Blu-ray discs, DVDs and videos for media players with high quality and fast conversion speed.

Part 2: Burn Humax MPEG-2 recording TS files to DVD on Mac Mountain Lion 10.8.

1.Please download and install Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac, import Humax recording 1080p TS/MTS files to the software.

                 

2.Click the import button to load your HD footages, you can click Add title button to add more titles.

3.Switch to Menu pane. Double-click a DVD menu beneath the Menu Template to apply it to your DVD. You can customize the background video/image, background music, text, title thumbnail and more for your DVD menu.

4.Click the “Burn” button to start burning Humax recorded 1080p TS videos to DVD. You can choose to burn Humax recorded 1080p TS to DVD disc, or save Humax video as ISO file, or Generate videos to DVD Folder.

Tips: The usage for converting Humax devices recording TS files

1. Convert/Encode Humax recording TS files to WMV for WMP, Zune, Archos, Xbox 360, etc.

2. Convert/Encode Humax recording  TS files to MOV for QuickTime Player, iMovie, FCE, FCP (X), Avid Media Composer, iDVD, etc.

3. Convert/Encode Humax recording  TS files to H.264 MP4 for iPad 3, iPad Mini, iPhone 5, iPod, Galaxy Note 2, Google Nexus 7, Kindle Fire HD, XBMC, Apple TV 3, Popcorn Hour 200, etc.

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  1. Jam

    this is really cool, I like here! Information here may help me

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