Saturday, December 20, 2014

Can JVC HD Everio GZ-RX110BE AVCHD be Friendly with Song Vegas Pro 13/12/11?

A good question on how to make JVC HD Everio GZ-RX110BE AVCHD MTS files friendly with Sony Vegas Pro 13/12/11? Any good solutions do you have?

General speaking, which is known to professional video editors, with the incompatible limitation, more and more camera footage has become unavailable for editing in popular editors, AVCHD MTS footage is the main character in the following article. Have you ever found that they cannot be directly imported into such like FCPAdobe Premiere,Avid or even Sony Vegas Pro 13/12/11?

Popularity of this JVC HD Everio GZ-RX110BE camera: 1/5.8-inch CMOS with 2.5Mpixels; AVCHD video format at up to 1080/50p; Waterproof to 5m; shockproof when dropped from up to 1.5m; 40x optical zoom; 60x dynamic zoom; Wi-Fi control via Android or iOS app, etc. So which piece of feature that attracts you so much?

What do you want to edit your AVCHD MTS files with Sony Vegas Pro? For a nice playback? For a enjoyable sharing with your friends? Whatever the usage you want make to get it possible, we should take another measure of the original JVC AVCHD MTS files before we importing to our Sony Vegas Pro. Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Windows is such a professional AVCHD to Sony Vegas Converter that converting all MTS or M2TS files to compatible ones for NELs. Do you believe that?

Now, I would like to share the main conversion steps for you. So easily to convert your AVCHD MTS to Sony Vegas Pro best supported MPEG-2 MPG. Just read carefully:

Step 1. Import our original AVCHD footage
When you successfully download and open this AVCHD MTS Converter, on the main interface, just click the ‘Add video’ to get all your video clips individually into this program. Or drag your files directly in is also not a bad idea.

Step 2: Seek the output for Sony Vegas Pro
Open the ‘Format’ bar and drop down the list, nearly on the bottom of the list, we can choose the ‘Adobe Premiere Pre/Sony Vegas’>>’MPEG-2 (*,mpg)’ as the best one. In other ways, we can also tap the item in the searching box to find it out too.

Step 3:Optional function here, if you wanna some simple editing with your original files. Maybe the ‘Edit’ on the top of the main interface could make your dream come true. Decide your video length with ‘Trim’? Cut your video edges with ‘Crop’? Or something else we can find more details here. That’s why we also call this AVCHD converter as another name, ‘Tiny Editor’.

Step 4: Finally, back to the main interface, just tap the ‘Convert’ to make your conversion work started. No needs for waiting for a long time, with a 6X faster speed, we can easily get the result for editing in Sony Vegas Pro 13/12/11. Is that cool?

Q: If I have another formats that also cannot be imported in Sony Vegas Pro? Except for this AVCHD MTS converter, any other solutions I can take to get rid of this trouble?
A: Surely, another Pavtube Video Converter for Windows/Mac is allowed here for you as a good reference. Any interests there to have a try?

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