Currently Being ModeratedSep 4, 2012 10:34 AM (in response to idspence161)
It is a folder, browsing to it on a windows or linux envrioment shows it as a directory, but on OSX in finder it acts like its a bundle file.
Not sure what you mean by a "bundle." If you are referring to a "package" file, then simply hold down the "Control" key as you mouse-click the Finder icon to open the context menu and select the "Show Package Contents" option. If a "package" file, it will then open up like a folder.iMac, OS X Mountain Lion, 3.4 GHz Quad Core i7, 4 GB 1333 MHz
Currently Being ModeratedNov 8, 2012 6:37 PM (in response to idspence161)
Ok, found a workaround from the creative cow forums:
-"Not exactly your situation, but I can't see the contents of private folder in finder.
I can open the private folder with finder, but then have to right click and "show package contents" on the AVCHD folder, then repeat for the BDMV, then open the stream folder to get to the mts files.
Not sure what the issue is that causes this. Someone on the apple FCPX forums suggested it might be a misformed or hidden name in the file directory that ML/FCPX doesn't like."-
So, right click on your AVCHD "bundle" and select show package contents. Then find the BDMV folder and do the same thing. Your MTS files will be selectable now.
Hope this helps
Currently Being ModeratedDec 6, 2012 4:39 AM (in response to idspence161)
I found that importing from a Canon M500 provides inconsistent filenaming at time -- haven't figured out why exactly..
Expand your folder (using show package contents -- read through the whole thread if you don't know how to do it) to the BDMV folder / directory
rename: index.bdm to INDEX.BDM (make sure it's in ALL CAPS)
also make sure MOVIEOBJ.BDM is in ALL CAPS as well.
Using 10.8.2, the "package" / "bundle" magically disappeared.
Hope it helps someone.
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