Sony HDR-CX260V/B creates stunningly beautiful 1920x1080p Full HD videos, letting you record your memories in exceptional full high definition quality. It is capable of 60p recording and playback via HDMI and compatible HDTV providing stunning clarity and incredibly detailed and smoother playback of your memories.
Pros: It’s really as good as you could hope. Low light is very decent also. There is no light but frankly, footage shot with a tiny light bulb or LED never looks good anyways. Still photo quality is sorta grainy but it’s nice to have. You can also pop in an SD card & record hours and hours more. I would highly recommend getting a 32gb SD card (amazon basics has a nice one) and then you don’t have to connect the camera to your computer, just insert the SD card.
Cons: The HQ video mode is not compatible with the Mac without some hassling. The HQ mode is the default shooting mode and it’s really what you want to be using. It gives you the highest, best frame rate. You have to adjust down to FH or Standard quality to get iMovie or Final Cut to recognize the video.
AVCHD recording format is the more and more popular among HD Camecorders, such as the powerful Sony HDR-CX160, Sony HDR-CX190, Panasonic HC-X900M , Canon Vixia HF G10 Camcorders.
As for how to import and edit Sony HDR-CX260V/B 1080p MTS in Final Cut Express or iMovie, you can follow the bellow steps.
Step 1: Load MTS files.
Connect Sony HDR-CX260V/B to your Mac via USB 2.0, or insert your SD Card to Mac. You can browse the .mts files from AVCHD > BDMV > STREAM. And then insall and luanch the best Mac Sony MTS to AIC Converter. Click the “File” or the related label to add the .mts files from your Camcorder.
Tips: If you want to merge multiple 1080p MTS clips into one, please tick “Merge into one file” box to merge the files into one single file.
Step 2: Choose output format.
Click on the “Format” and move you pointer to “iMovie and Final Cut Express” on the dropdown menu, choose .
Step 3: Set the best video profile for FCE/iMovie editing Sony HDR-CX260V/B MTS files.
Click the “Settings” icon and you will be led to the “Profile Settings”, on which page you can customize the codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel according to your needs and optimize the output file quality.
1. 30 fps, and video size as 1920*1080 are recommended parameters to keep the best quality for editing MTS footages in Final Cut Express or iMovie.
2. If you want to have a smaller file size but keep the good quality, you can change the video size to 1440*1080.
Step 4: Convert MTS to AIC MOV.
Click the “Convert” button, it will start the fast convert Sony HDR-CX260V/B MTS to ProRes for FCE/iMovie on Mac. You can get the estimated time and video size in the “Conversion” interface.
With the best MTS to AIC Converter for Mac, you will be able to get the output files for FCE/iMovie by clicking on “Open” button. you can import and edit Sony HDR-CX260V/B 1080p MTS in FCE or iMovie easily and effortlessly.
1. If you want edit MTS video in Final Cut Pro (X), click FCP column.
2. Learn more at MTS column.
3. If you want to save storage space for your camera and computer, safekeeping or playback it in house, go on a trip, even stay in car, you can burn MTS videos to DVD.
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