• Meredith in GA
    Posts: 1
    Joined: Mar 26th, 2012
    AVCHD and Final Cut Express or iMovie
    Hi all, I had someone record some student presentations for me last week, and they gave me an SD card with the video files. The actual video is .mts, but I do have the full folder structure saved: private (which I renamed b/c I have two days worth) > AVCHD > AVCHD and BDMV and IISVPL... and so on. I can't figure out how to get these into either of my video programs successfully (they always seem grayed out). To complicate things, I do not have access to the camera (nor do I know what kind it was). I no longer have the files on my SD card, either. They are only on the Mac. I don't need to do anything fancy. Just separate them into individual presentations and give them back to the students. Any help you can provide would be greatly greatly appreciated. thanks!
  • BenB
    Posts: 503
    Joined: Feb 14th, 2011
    Re: AVCHD and Final Cut Express or iMovie
    Look in to MpegStreamClip for converting all of that into ProRes. Basically, you camera records to a Blu-Ray DVD, and you simply need to rip the contents to ProRes 422.
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