Convert import Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to iMovie on Mac
How to import Sony Cyber-shot video to iMovie for editing on Mac? Some Mac users captured some videos by using Sony Cyber-shot DSC-HX9V, the camera recorded videos at 60 progressive frames per second (1920*1080/60p). And they want to edit Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD video in iMovie on Mac so that they share the videos with friends. If you are a Sony Cyber-shot user, you may face the same problem.
But when they try to import Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to iMovie, they falied. iMovie doesn't support videos which recorded in 1080/50p or 1080/60p from Sony Cyber-Shot camera. So the easy and perfect solution is converting Cyber-shot video to iMovie on Mac. Mac Sony Cyber-shot to iMovie Converter is right choice to convert Cyber-shot video to iMovie supported video formats like Mp4, MOV, DV etc.
Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac allows you convert videos to other video formats such as AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV. etc popular formats. The conversion will be finished with high quality and just in few steps. You can merge clips to one file to save conversio time. And there are some editing functions enables users to make settings for Sony Cyber-shot videos like video frame rate, codec, bitrate, etc to meet your needs.
Here is step-by-step tutorial for you to convert Sony Cyber-shot videos to iMovie on Mac
Step 1. Add Sony Cyber-shot videos to the converter
Click "Format" bar to choose to the format which you want to convert, you can select ".mov" as output format.
Step 3. Start converting Sony Cyber-shot videos to iMovie on Mac
In this step, when all settings are ready, click "Convert" button to convert Sony Cyber-shot MTS to iMovie so that you can open and play the videos on Mac. After conversion, you also can edit the converted videos with iMovie on Mac.
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