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Workflow for importing Panasonic LX7 AVCHD MTS to Avid Media Composer

KDE - Sep 12 2012
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Question:Workflow for importing Panasonic LX7 AVCHD MTS to Avid Media Composer

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Summary: Follow the guide to know the best way to import Panasonic LX7 AVCHD MTS to Avid Media Composer 5.5 with DNxHD codec.

"I have recorded many HD footages from Panasonic LX7 camera that in AVCHD video format, now I would like to import these projects to Avid media composer 5.5 for editing. What I want is to edit AVCHD files natively in AMC on Macbook, what video codec should I use? Can you recommend some software which can help me import and convert AVCHD to Avid Media Converter 5.5 natively?"

If you have a Panasonic LX7 camera, you may want to edit Panasonic LX7 AVCHD files in Avid media composer, now the latest AMC is version 6, though it added many new features, but it can’t support LX7 AVCHD footages well, you will encounter importing and editing problems.

In order to edit your Panasonic LX7 AVCHD in Avid natively, you should transcode Lx7 AVCHD MTS files to DNxHD MOV, which is best natively supported by Avid.

Pavtube AVCHD to Avid Converter for Mac is the best choice, I have used this tools for some time, and I also rewrap Sony and Panasonic AVCHD files to AMC 5.5 natively on Mac, this software can deal nearly all kinds of AVCHD videos, it can convert Panasonic LX7 AVCHD files natively for Avid Media Composer on Mac, that is to convert AVCHD fiels to Avid DNxHD MOV MOV format, and then you can edit Panasonic LX7 AVCHD files natively in Avid MC 5/5.5/6. Just take a look at the brief guide below.

1. Free Download the Professional Pavtube AVCHD to Avid DNxHD Converter for Mac.

Run the professional Mac AVCHD to Avid Converter. Click "Add" to load Panasonic LX7 AVCHD video files or directly drag the files into file list.

2. Click "Format" bar to determine output format. For natively editing in Avid, you are recommended to choose Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNxHD (*.mov) as the best profile for native editing Panasonic LX7 AVCHD in Avid Media Composer.

3. If you would like to customize the video and audio parameters, you can click “settings”, adjust the parameters as you want, like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sampling rate, bit rate, channels.

4. Click “Convert” to start to convert Panasonic LX7 AVCHD MTS to Avid Media Composer DNxHD codec for native editing on Mac. If you Windows users, please click "Import MTS to Avid Media Composer on Windows XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7".

With this Mac Panasonic AVCHD to Avid converter, it becomes easy for you to convert LX7 AVCHD video to Avid Media Composer natively for editing. If you want to get more information, you can refer to Pavtube MTS column.
You can also try iMedia converter for Mac, this product is an all in one software which can handle AVCHD, common video, DVD and Blu-ray videos, it’s more powerful.

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