How to Convert/edit Panasonic HDC-TM700
How to Convert/edit Panasonic HDC-TM700 1080P Video On Mac
“I got many 1080P videos shot by my Panasonic HDC-TM700 and now I want to watch them on Kindle Fire. What shall I do to convert such Panasonic HDC-TM700 1080P video to iMovie on Mac? Is there any software can doo the job? Can any software edit such Panasonic HDC-TM700 1080P video on Mac? Thanks for your recommendation.”
The Panasonic HDC-TM700 High Definition Camcorder provides true 1920 x 1080P HD video at AVCHD MTS format, which is not compatible with most devices such as Kindle Fire, Nook Tablet, iPad 2, etc. If you want to watch such HD videos on the portable devices, you need to convert them to the supported format such as MP4 first. If your device can play HD video, you can convert them to HD video at proper format before you can play them. If you are a Mac user, I would like to recommend iOrgsoft Video Editor, a powerful video converting and editing software, to you.
AVCHD to iMovie Converter is specially designed for Mac users to convert and edit various videos on Mac. It can convert various videos to common formats such as flv, m4v, mkv, vob, mp4, avi, mov, wmv, mpg, h.264, dv and 3gp etc.in addition, it can provide full video editing functions: Cut video, trim video, split video into smaller ones on Mac, join/merge several video files into a single one, adjust effects(Brightness, Contrast, Saturation), set many encoding parameters including Resolution, Encoder, Frame Rate, video Bit rate.
And if you are Windows user, you can turn to Video Converter for help.If your camcorder is MOD one, MOD to iMovie Converter can help you
Step 1: Free download and install iOrgsoft AVCHD to iMovie Converter , run it
Step 2: Click Add File button to import Panasonic HDC-TM700 videos.
Step 3: Edit Panasonic HDC-TM700 1080P videos
You can trim the video to smaller parts by setting specific start and end time, enter number or slide the slider can set beginning and end of the smaller videos. Then click OK.
B. Apply effect
On the left-top of the interface, you can set brightness, contrast and saturation, and below them is special effect such as Gray, Emboss, Old Film. You can set them yourself.
This is for deleting unwanted part in the video. You can enter the specific numbers in the box to decide the part that needs to be cut, the dotted white line will show the change clearly.
Step 4:Choose output format and destination
Select output format by clicking the drop-down list of Profile and then click Browser to choose an output path to save the converted video.
Step 5: Start converting
After you convert avchd to imovie support formats, you can import AVCHD to iMovie then
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