7 Replies Latest reply: Feb 8, 2013 11:33 AM by MadDogGiraffe
MadDogGiraffe Level 1 Level 1

Has anybody come up with a way of importing M2TS (AVCHD) files into Final Cut Pro?  Can't believe I've spen £3.5k on a 12 core and anther £x hundred on market leader Final Cut Pro and it can't even do HD from 2006.

Solved by Tom Wolsky on Feb 8, 2013 11:28 AM Solved

The file isn't converted. Nothing is changed in the file except it's rewrapped into QuickTime and the audio is converted from AAC. The frame content and codec are basically untouched.

Reply by Tom Wolsky on Feb 8, 2013 11:22 AM Helpful

Use Media Converter or ClipWrap. The first is free from the App Store. You have to make sure you use the right preset for H.264 and uncompressed audio to QuickTime. ClipWrap is easier I feel, but it's not free.

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