AVCHD to DVCPRO HD Converter
DVCPRO HD, also known as DVCPRO100 is a high-definition video format that can be thought of as four DV codecs that work in parallel. The DVCPRO HD uses 4:2:2 sampling to retain color information and an intra-frame compression system just like that of AVC-Intra, supporting high-end video production with chromakey composition and high-precision editing.
DVCPRO HD has received a lot of popularity recently as the easy post-production capability to edit natively in NLE system such as Final Cut Pro (FCP) and AVID, makes this a very practical acquisition and post format.
Can’t edit AVCHD clips recorded with your Sony/Canon/Panasonic camcorder on a non-linear editing system which do not support AVCHD format? AVCHD to DVCPRO HD Converter Mountain Lion will play the role of AVCHD transcoder to convert your AVCHD data to DVCPRO HD format that are supported by major non-linear editing system on Mountain Lion such as iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Avid Media Composer, Final Cut Express, Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe Premiere Elements, etc.
How to convert Sony/Canon/Panasonic AVCHD to DVCPRO HD on Mountain Lion?
1. Getting started HD Video Converter for Mac for free evaluation.
2. Input AVCHD video clips.
Press “Add Video” button on top-left toolbar to import the AVCHD video files with .mts or .m2ts file extension from your Sony/Canon/Panasonic camcorder to the program.
3. Specify output file format.
Click “Format” drop-down list and output AVCHD to DVCPRO HD format.
4. Convert AVCHD to DVCPRO HD Mountain Lion.
Hit right-bottom “Convert” button to implement the conversion process.