Read following I will show you how to transcode Sony A77 Mark II MTS Footage to ProRes MOV for Final Cut Pro in detail.
The a77 II is a fantastic sports, action and wildlife camera and one of only a handful of cameras that can successfully use continuous AF during video capture. Its high speed shooting and continuous AF capabilities are on par with far more expensive, pro-level bodies, though it has some limitations.
As many users get the Sony A77 Mark II , more problems are coming up: some of them have the need to import 60p AVCHD from Sony A77 II to FCP for editing on Mac OS X, but they always meet the importing and editing issues on Mac OS X(Yosemite & El Capitan included).
Well, in fact, it’s not a "fresh" problem we've met when getting 1080 60p/50p AVCHD clips into FCP. The reason that you can't successfully ingest those recorded AVCHD footages on 1080 60P format to Final Cut Pro is limited by the FCP itself. Currently 1080/60p or 1080/50p footage is a very non-standard format and it's unsupported in FCP X. In order to import Sony A77 II media to Final Cut Pro for smoothly editing, you can use 3rd-party software to re-wrap and convert 60p/50p MTS footage to ProRes encoded .mov format first, which is a native format for FCP. It's a great way to achieve your goal smoothly.
Here we recommend Brorsoft MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac. It supports transcoding all Sony A77 II AVCHD MTS files to Apple ProRes, so that you can easily import the AVCHD raw footage to Final Cut Pro X, Final Cut Pro 6/7 for editing on Mac. This will help you import the file correctly and saving the rendering time. Besides, more output formats like AIC for iMovie/FCE, DNxHD for Avid MC, MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro, etc are also supported. If you just have the problem about editing Sony A77 Mark II videos in Final Cut Pro, download the Mac MTS Converter and check out the brief guide below.
(Note: Click here for OS X 10.5)
How to transcode Sony A77 II AVCHD to Apple ProRes
Step 1. Load Sony 1080p/60 MTS files
Launch the MTS to ProRes Converter on Mac, and click the "Add" button to load the .mts videos. You can also use the drag-and-drop method to load the 1080p .mts files to the application UI.
Step 2. Choose output format
Press "Format" option and navigate the mouse cursor to choose "Format > Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as the best codec for Final Cut Pro 6/7 and FCP X.
Step 3. Advanced Video/Audio Settings
Click the "Settings" button and customize proper video/audio parameters if necessary. Video size, bitrate and fame rate can be adjusted as you like. Usually 1920*1080 video size and 30fps video frame rate are recommended for FCP editing.
Tip: By clicking "Edit" button, you can trim, crop the video, or add watermark and adjust effect to the videos which you will convert.
Step 4: Start the MTS to ProRes conversion
As soon as all things are finished, click the "Convert" icon under the preview window, and the Mac MTS Converter will start transcode Sony A77 II 1080p 50p/60p MTS to Prores MOV for FCP(X) on Mac.
After the conversion, click the "Open" button to locate converted files, then load ProRes .MOV files in FCP (X). Now you can successfully and easily import Sony A77 Mark II 60p MTS footage to FCP 6/7 or FCP X for editing with best quality.
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