AVCHD and Mac seems exist a long breaking-in period, until the half second year of 2011, we till see the problem from discussions apple:
"I've imported some video from a Sony HDR-CX305E camcorder, which shows up as AVCHD in the import window, and selected the FULL file size. Everything goes fine and the video looks fantastic on my Macbook.
When I export the finished, edited movie to iDVD, regardless of the resolution I select, the finished DVD when played through my PS3 is of horrific quality.
I am wanting to know if I am doing something wrong here - why can't I get a better resolution from the finished DVD? I thought that AVCHD meant HD quality on a DVD as long as it was played in a Blu-Ray player?"
We've waited for a long time and it's glad to know iMovie is able to accept rather AVCHD Camcorders from Sony, Canon, JVC and Panasonic. Though still most other AVCHD models have importing problem with iMovie, but the above question is iMovie export bad quality MOV or DV format so after editing on DVD, it also export poor DVD quality.
To completely solve the problem, AVCHD to Mac Converter(http://www.doremisoft.net/AVCHD-Converter-Mac/) is specially designed to:
1. Convert AVCHD to iMovie directly supporting formats;
2. Convert AVCHD to iDVD directly importing formats;
3. Convert AVCHD to FCP directly importing formats;
4. Convert AVCHD to FCE directly importing formats;
5. Convert AVCHD to iTunes, QuickTime directly playing formats
In summery it is designed for converting Sony, Panasonic, Canon and JVC high definition consumer cameras'video (.mts or .m2ts file extension) to the popular video player supported formats, such as MP4, MOV, AVI, 3GP, FLV, etc. This AVCHD tool converts HD files with high quality for playing mts movies on Mac applications as mentioned above. Then you can enjoy your masterpieces shot by AVCHD cameras on your portable devices, including Nook Tablet, iPhone 4S, Kindle Fire, Motorola Xoom, HTC Sensation, HTC Thunderbolt, Apple TV, iPod, PSP, GPhone, Walkman, Zune, Creative Zen, Palm and more.
In addition, Mac AVCHD Converter (http://www.doremisoft.net/AVCHD-Converter-Mac/) can extract audio to MP3, WAV, AAC, M4A, AC3, FLAC, MP2, MKA, AMR and convert video to picture by capturing wonderful image from AVCHD video to JPG, PNG, GIF or BMP because it supports snapshot in preview process. Just take snapshots at will for your favourite moment.
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