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Summary: In this guide, you will learn how to convert Panasonic HDC-SD900 1080/50p AVCHD MTS to FCP ProRes 422 codec so that you can easily import and edit Panasonic HDC-SD900 1080/50p MTS files in Final Cut Pro 6/7 and FCP X smoothly.
The Panasonic HDC-SD900 is a tremendous 1080p camcorder that’s ideal for advanced users, marrying great picture quality with excellent manual controls. It is a Full HD 1920 x 1080/50p camcorder, which benefits from three 2.53MP sensors, uses the AVCHD recording format and has enough manual features and creative functions to keep even the most demanding movie maker happy. It’s great for us to take photos and record HD footages when we travel or just record important moments.
With Panasonic HDC-SD900 video cameras, good to tell that you can shoot full HD videos, but bad news is currently the Panasonic 50p AVCHD format is nearly impossible to be edited. Even with the latest update of Final Cut Pro X(version 10.0.4),we have not seen the expected support for 50p AVCHD MTS. If you want to edit Panasonic AVCHD 1080/50p MTS in Final Cut Pro, a third party Panasonic AVCHD Converter is needed.
If you looking for a solution for this problem likewise, check out Pavtube’s MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac(currently on sale) which is entitled as a top Panasonic 50p/60p AVCHD MTS Converter for FCP. It supports encoding all Panasonic 1080p 50/60P AVCHD MTS files to Apple ProRes 422 so that you can easily import the Panasonic Camcorder recordings to Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 6, Final Cut Pro 7 for editing on Mac. This will help you import the file correctly and saving the rendering time.
How-To: Convert, Import and Edit Panasonic HDC-SD900 1080/50p AVCHD MTS files in Final Cut Pro with ProRes 422 Codec.
Step 1. Free Download and install the Panasonic 50p AVCHD Converter for FCP to your Mac. And then import HDC-SD900 recorded full hd videos to the converter.
Step 2: Click the format bar, and move mouse cursor to “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)“ as output format.
Here we recommend the Apple ProRes 422. In the settings you will find Pavtube allows you to keep the original frame rate 50/60fbps in the final ProRes files.
Step 3. Click “Convert” button to start transcoding Panasonic HDC-SD900 1080/50p AVCHD MTS to FCP Apple ProRes on Mac OS.
After a shot conversion, you will be able to import Panasonic HDC-SD900 1080/50p AVCHD MTS footages into Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 7 or Final Cut Pro 6 for editing without rendering.