Apple is keen to show its customers that just because some features were dropped from the current version, doesn’t mean that they will never make a comeback. Final Cut Pro X caused a future. People had grown to love that had revolutionised the video editing industry and that had taken both the independents and the major studios by storm. However, many videos are made with AVCHD files. More movies editing lovers are focusing on whether Final Cut Pro X can import AVCHD.MTS files to latest Final Cut Pro X directly and successfully.
Aims to use the way to convert AVCHD to ProRes for editing on FCP. Final Cut Pro X still not import a stand-alone AVCHD video file. But importing AVCHD still requires access to the original AVCHD camcorder, or a valid Camera Archive disk structure. What’s more, FCPX doesn’t work with them directly, you must import MTS files directly from the camera, from a memory card (with the original file structure in place), or from a camera archive. But having to use camera archives is stupid. So all of movie editing lovers should find a direct way to import AVCHD.MTS to Final Cut Pro X.
The AVCHD to FCPX Converter is recommended for you. It’s designed directly to convert AVCHD.MTS (1080p60/50 included)to FCPX supported formats MP4, MOV, DV. So no matter the AVCHD files are single .MTS files or directly from your camera, you can transfer it to FCPX compatible formats and directly import it to FCPX. Run AVCHD MTS to final cut pro XConverter for Mac to quickly convert MTS AVCHD MTS to FCP X natively supported DivX format with advanced video quality. Plus, it can also act as AVCHD editor to help you crop the unwanted black edges, clip, merge, adjust image effect etc.
Quick guide on import AVCHD .MTS to Final Cut Pro X:
Step 1: Clicking “Add File” to import AVCHD .MTS to AVCHD to FCPX Converter.
Step 2: Set the FCPX output format, i.e. MOV.
Step 3: Click “Start” to begin the conversion and you will get the destination files in the default folder.
Step 4: Choose the “Import” and “Files” options from under the File command at the top of the Final Cut Pro X window.