Panasonic's Lumix TZ series of cameras needs no real introduction, and has been one of the most popular "Travel Zoom" ranges of cameras available, with Panasonic being one of the first companies to offer a pocketable zoom camera. The Panasonic Lumix TZ57 is the "entry level" Travel Zoom, with the TZ70 being the top of the range model. From the official website, we know that TZ57 records AVCHD MTS files. I think it will be gorgeous masterpieces after editing TZ57 AVCHD MTS in FCP X.
For all of its faults, FCP X offers much better native file compatibility than its predecessor. However, all files aren’t equal when working in FCP X. Some files, like the MTS files produced from AVCHD video capture, require you to take a couple of extra steps to get them into FCP X.
“I have bought a new Lumix TZ57 last week, since I got it I recorded a few footages in full HD 1920*1080 resolution, the recorded video files are in AVCHD MTS video format. Today I want to import AVCHD to FCP X and editing on my MacBook Pro retina, but the FCP X shows the AVCHD MTS files are not supported, I am not familiar with this video format, can anyone tell me the best way to import AVCHD to FCP X and then edit natively?”
If you are working AVCHD MTS files with FCP X, then these helpful tips should assist with any kinks in your workflow. Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac is highly recommended here. Just like the question showed above, we should convert AVCHD to FCP X best accepted Apple ProRes with this third-party software.
How to import TZ57 AVCHD to FCP X for editing?
Step 1: Import TZ57 AVCHD files to Mac MTS Converter. Run it as the best MTS Converter, and click the "Add video" button to load AVCHD MTS videos. You may also directly drag and drop TZ57 AVCHD MTS videos to application UI for importing files.
Step 2: Click the “Format” option and navigate the mouse cursor to “Final Cut Pro >>Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format. Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) and Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov) have higher qualities. Apple ProRes 422 (LT) (*.mov) and Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy) (*.mov) have smaller size. You can choose according to your requirement.
Step 3: To set the profile settings, please click the “Settings” button. General speaking, the default settings are just fine. Click the “Browse” button to browse and specify a destination folder to save the converted files.
Step 4: When everything is ready, click “Convert” to start converting AVCHD MTS to ProRes 422. This Mac MTS/M2TS Converter supports batch conversion so you may load multiple files and convert them at one time.
Conclusion: In a word, AVCHD to FCP X solutions we have mentioned above are effective for you to import TZ57 AVCHD to FCP X. As soon as you got the generated files by clicking “Open” button, you can transfer AVCHD to FCP X easily and smoothly.
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