“I upgraded to Apple Aperture 3, but I still do not see my MTS files when I try to import them (Panasonic GH4 files). I tried changing the file extension, but no luck. Any ideas?” Guys, do you know the answers to the questions above? In order to find the answers, we should learn more about Apple Aperture first. Come on!
Apple Aperture 3, works with a wide varity of videos formats, but not all QuickTime-compatible video formats are suppoted. Certain compression options, codecs, and frame rates are not supported. Including MTS clips. Aperturegives your photography the professional treatment it deserves, with more sophisticated tools to perfect your images and powerful ways to browse and choose your best shots. And now that Aperture is optimized for the MacBook Pro with Retina display, it’s a whole new way to see everything.
After knowing more about Apple Aperture, now you must get the answers to the question above. Yes, you are right! If we convert MTS format to Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV，the best supported for editing in Apple Aperture. There’s nothing we should worry about.
The recommend solution should be converting these incompatible formats to Apple ProRes. Pavtube MTS Converter for Mac maybe such a tool for us to finish this work. Only converting video formats to Apple ProRes? Absolutely not! For iMovie, FCP or Premiere, etc. More steps for importing videos in MTS video converter are offered to you here.
Step 1.Load your 4K MTS files and tick the clips you want. Oh, don’t forget it can convert video in volume or individually.
Step 2. The most important point, choose the best format.’ Apple ProRes codec 422’
Step 3. Click ’Settings’ to modify your output videos.
Step 4. If you are in a hurry in converting the footage, here is an item for you!’Options>>Convert’
Then click ‘Convert’ to start your conversion. To all Mac fans, it’s no doubt a good idea for you to edit your MTS files in Apple Aperture. Do you like it ?