Currently Being ModeratedApr 5, 2013 2:23 AM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
Did you install the MPEG-2 component?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2013 6:47 AM (in response to Malcolm J. Rayfield)
Yes I have similar problem.
I have tried to instal the MPEG-2 component but it now asks for me to "double-click the file QuickTimeMPEG2.dmg to open the Quick Time MPEG2 disk image!"
Where is that stored?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2013 6:50 AM (in response to levisurfer)
my iMac is Jan 2013 model with Mountain Lion X, and i read this
On OS X Lion and later, MPEG-2 playback functionality is built into QuickTime X. The QuickTime MPEG-2 Playback Component is not required and cannot be installed.
If it can't be installed and yet still does not work is this now aproblem for SQUARED5 to be working on ?
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2013 7:28 AM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
I am a relative newcomer to imovie and I have just faced the same issue.
After discovering that a lot of the free converters have their own watermark on your converted video, I finally downloaded a free (watermark free) app called macx video converter. It is easy to use
I am also on mountain lion
I hope this helps
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2013 7:35 AM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
yes I did use that link.
To be honest I haven't noticed any quality difference but some of the more experienced guys here may answer that question better.
I have used the free version rather than the pro version purely for the reason that I wanted to see if I liked the interface and ease of use before spending out on something that was too difficult but the free version seems to be doing the job for me.
I am finding the whole transition from windows very frustrating at times as I am not a computer expert but I am sticking at it.
It wasn't the first one I have tried but I decided on this one after reading these forums for hours
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2013 1:22 PM (in response to H9_Danny)
Great - I am about to give it a thorough test myself.
Like you I have just switched from Windows and am finding it great fun - but also an uophill struggle from time to time.
But i am loving FCP X for sure and will be using .mov files from my Canon ESO 650 D / Rebel T4i so shouldn;t be too much of a problem.
However i do have some .mts files from my Panasonic that I neeede to import into my current project - hence the need for a good quality converter!
I appreciate your help and if you want to stay in touch about stuff u can get me here or on email@example.com
Currently Being ModeratedMay 14, 2013 5:32 PM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
I am currently using a panasonic SD90 (again a basic camcorder for my learning curve on filming) and my next buy is a Canon XA10. I have started filming on iframe (and it downloads great) but if I take any pics then it automatically reverts back to AVCHD which is a nuisance and Apple tell me that I would have to download the pics first and then reset it to iframe for it to stay in ifame but at least I understand the process now it has been explained to me.
I must say that I took out one to one and it has been worth every penny as it allows me to go into far more detail than the standard workshops. The staff have been great and very patient.
I am currently researching watermarking my film and photos for my next lession as from what I understand, goggle are saying that you have to either register or watermark your work or they will claim rights to it...I may be wrong but that is my current understanding of things.
I have downloaded iwatermark (again free) just to see how I get on with the interface and it is fine so far. I am very much a visual learner and once I am confidant I will look to purchase something that is pro level and easy to use.
Currently Being ModeratedMay 30, 2013 7:01 PM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
Personally, I have made good experiences with the AppGeeker Video Converter for converting MTS files.
The utility has options to convert MTS for iMovie, iTunes and other Apple Products.
It is worth a try.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 9, 2013 6:59 PM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
i've found a solution for now by using iMovie.
Import the mts through the camera connected to the MBP,then open iMovie. then open the import from camera.
When you've finished importing to your MBP,it will automatically convert the MTS to MOV.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 7, 2013 6:38 PM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
If you're using iMove, you probably don't have a copy of Adobe's Creative Suite, but if you do, the bundled software called Adobe Media Encoder works perfectly for converting MTS files to MP4, MOV, or pretty much whatever you want.
Currently Being ModeratedNov 9, 2013 7:12 AM (in response to OrenYarkoni)
hi guys, As far as I know, there are several freeware supports to convert mts video to .MOV for imovie or QT on Mac OS. VLC Player and FFMpeg all great for convert .MTS video to .MOV on mac, I have use vlc player for years it works well on my PC.