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Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD workflow in Pavtube AVCHD to Avid Converter for Mac


KDE - Oct 9 2012
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Question:Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD workflow in Pavtube AVCHD to Avid Converter for Mac

Summary:In this article, you can know how to import Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD to Avid Media Composer (AMC) on Mac.

Olympus E-PM1 is a great camera that record vivid HD videos, it has so striking features that makes it outstanding.

FULL 1080 HD VIDEO
http://www.pavtube.com/mts-converter-mac/
Shoot up to 29 minutes of 1080 60i HD video and stereo sound in either AVCHD or AVI formats. A Direct HD Movie Button switches you from still to movie mode with just the press of a button.

IN-CAMERA ART FILTERS

Six in-camera Art Filters (Pop Art, Soft Focus, Grainy Film, Pin Hole, Diorama and Dramatic Tone) can be used in all shooting modes as well as filming HD movies. The E-PM1 also includes bracketing up to seven images, each image with a different applied Art Filter. Since they have built into the camera, these Art Filters can achieve dramatic results on the go without the need for computer or editing software.

NEW 3D SHOOTING

Add a new dimension to your photographs in any mode from macro to landscape with Olympus? 3D technology. By simply selecting the 3D Photo Mode, releasing the shutter, and slowly panning, the camera will automatically take a second image from a slightly different perspective. The 3D data is processed in-camera for easy display on 3D televisions or laptops.

AVCHD files are produced by Olympus E-PM1 if you use this camera to record video. AVCHD format is great for record high-definition videos, it can keep the high quality. But, AVCHD format video is not easy to use because many editing software doesn't support this format, like Avid.

How to import Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD to Avid Media Composer? How to convert Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD to Avid MC compatible video format? The following is the Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD workflow in Pavtube AVCHD Converter for Mac

You need an Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD to Avid converter to help you make AVCHD compatible with Avid. Pavtube AVCHD Converter for Avid is just the very AVCHD camcorder video converter for you to convert 1080p HD AVCHD for Avid editing. As Avid Media Composer best codec is DNxHD, with this software you can convert Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD to DNxHD codec MOV video for AMC editing on Mac.

1.Download Pavtube Olympus to Mac converter, and follow the prompts to install the program.

2.Click "Add" to load AVCHD video files or directly drag the files into file list.

3.Click "Format" bar to determine output format. The program offers particular output formats for Avid. Just click the format bar and choose "Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.mov)" as the best video format for editing AVCHD video on Mac.

4.You can click "Settings" if you'd like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like ideo Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sampling rate, bit rate, channels. Do not forget to click "OK" to confirm your settings. Then type in a desired output location in the "Output" box.

5.Click "Convert" to start to encode Olympus E-PM1 AVCHD to Avid DNxHD MOV video.

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