Summary: I get a lot of questions from Sony Alpha 77 Mark II users about how to convert AVCHD to DaVinci Resolve. This article shows you my solution for editing Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD in DaVinci Resolve.
The Sony Alpha 77 Mark II is an extraordinary high spec enthusiast / semi-pro digital SLR camera. Designed to ensure you never miss the moment in also has 12fps continuous shooting for amazing action sequences, and 79 AF points for a very sophisticated and accurate focus. The BIONZ X image processor makes sure even with all this information the camera never gets flustered.
With its advantages appeared, disadvantages are not hidden. While enjoying the stunning image quality, many folks may find it a painful experience to import Sony Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD to DaVinci Resolve for further editing. “I just have a Sony Alpha 77 Mark II camera on hand. I’m wondering what people are using in order to get the AVCHD files from Alpha 77 Mark II work with DaVinci Resolve. I shot the video in 1080 60p, I found the AVCHD MTS clips cannot be recognized by DaVinci Resolve. How can I solve the import issue?”
Well, a bit frustrating. The Sony Alpha AVCHD highly compressed files are still not well supported by DaVinci Resolve due to DNxHD is DaVinci Resolve best friendly format. As you may encounter many audio and video problems and I know that DaVinci Resolve can’t handle raw AVCHD videos, so there is no doubt that it will take more time on rendering while ingesting the files. Back to the point, if you have been struggling with Sony Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD to DaVinci Resolve, what’s the available workaround?
Fortunately, to get the work done, the easy option to work Sony Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD with DaVinci Resolve beautifully is to rewrap and convert AVCHD to DNxHD via third-party program. It will help you import the files correctly and saving the rendering time. To fulfill your task, you can just get Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac, a powerful video converter, editor and player. It offers an optimized presets for DaVinci Resolve for easy access. Besides transcoding AVCHD to DaVinci supported formats with optimized settings while keeping the video quality, the all-in-one and easy-to-use tool can convert all other popular video formats like AVI, MXF, MP4, WMV, MKV, FLV, ASF, M2TS, VOB, etc. to Premiere Pro, iMovie, FCP, FCE, Avid MC and more NLEs natively supported video formats on Mac OS X Yosemite with fast encoding speed.
How to edit Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD in DaVinci Resolve?
Step 1: Connect your Sony Alpha 77 Mark II camcorder to Mac via USB cable and find the AVCHD files from the camera folder. Then copy and transfer the AVCHD files to the Apple hard drive disk.
Step 2: Import Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD files to Mac MTS Converter. Run it as the best Mac MTS Converter, and click the “Add video” button to load AVCHD files. You may also directly drag and drop AVCHD videos to application UI for importing files.
Step 3: Click the “Format” option and navigate the mouse cursor to “Avid Media Composer>>Avid DNxHD (*.mov)” as output format.
Step 4: When everything is ready, click “Convert” to start converting Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD to DNxHD. This Mac MTS/M2TS Converter supports batch conversion so you may load multiple files and convert them at one time.
Conclusion: Click “Open” button to get the generated files. Now, you can edit Alpha 77 Mark II AVCHD files in DaVinci Resolve freely.
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