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 Cannot set any theme

 
 by a1800bert on: Mar 31 2008
 
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Hi everyone, kinda new to linux (i know, I know FINNALLY) but I justed install Debian 2.6 with Beryl and I'm trying to set a themes. If I use the Desktop->Preference-Theme it says that either Metacity is not install or gconf is not right. I know metacity is right! So I figured out it was gconf. But I learn by that time that since I'm using Beryl I should go through Emerald. So I tried to setup a theme by selecting one in the Emerald-manager, but nothing changed!! I checked that my window decorator is set to emerald, but still nothing changes when I change the theme, can someone help me!!! Thanks!


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 Re: Cannot set any theme

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Dec 18 2014
 
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Using a top MXF to ProRes Converter for Mac, you can easily convert Canon XF MXF files to Final Cut Pro X native Apple ProRes 422 for editing flawlessly.

Below are several disscussions about looking for the way importing Canon MXF files to the Final Cut Pro X:

Q1: Canon MXF files into FCP X
I'm interested in the new Canon XF300 camera, but I'm still working on an Apple G5 with FCP X. Is there an application, plug-in, etc. for the new FCP X to take in MXF files? [G5, Mac OS X (10.4.11)]

Q2: importing Canon .MXF files to Final Cut Pro X
What plug-in do I need to install so i can import and edit .MXF video files in Final Cut. The suggestion of doing Log and Transfer doesn't work (the .MXF files are gray out not allowing me to select it.) [Final Cut Pro X, Mac OS X (10.5.8)]

Q3: Support for Canon MXF from XF100 in FCP X?
How do I import .mxf files into Final Cut Pro X? This is the latests and greatests software right? There must be a way. Help Please.

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Here many folks are talking about how to import Canon MXF files into Final Cut Pro X for editing without rendering time. Well, don't blame to the Final Cut Pro X, the "Import from Camera…" option works just like "Log and Transfer". The thing is, even FCP X does not work with the Canon MXF files.

As far as i know, to solve those problems, the most important piece of the equation is that transcoding Canon MXF files to Final Cut Pro X native formats(e.g. Apple ProRes encoded mov format) along with some help from the third-party software. To help those who wanna import/edit MXF files in Final Cut Pro X flawlessly, I'm sharing my experience to convert Canon MXF files to Apple ProRes Codec for Final Cut Pro X.


As a professional MXF video converter, Pavtube iMixMXF provides your requirements for preserving and mixing MXF multi-tracks/channels, converting your Canon MXF video files to Apple ProRes codec, which is the best format for FCP (X)) output. The great MXF Converter for Mac also transcode MXF from HD camcorders (like JVC, Panasonic, Sony and Canon) to multi-track MKV/MP4/MOV or popular HD & Common video formats for professional editing in editing programs (e.g. FCE, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS, After Effects CC/CS, Premiere Elements, Creative Suite 6/5, Aperture 3, DaVinci Resolve, iPhoto, Kdenlive, Keynote) and free playback on iOS/Android/Windows devices, HDTV, Media Players and more. Apart from **multi-track preserving**, Pavtube iMixMXF can also mix multi tracks into one track. This feature help you mix the audios of interviewer, interviewee, surroundings, or editors/directors comments into one.


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Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Mavericks 10.9 are supported now. Below is how.

Guide: How to Transcode Canon MXF footage to Final Cut Pro X editable format?

Step 1. Import MXF files to the top Mac MXF to FCP X Converter.

(Before conversion, you need to transfer MXF files from your camcorder or camera to Mac Hard Drive, then click the "add" button to browse to import Canon MXF videos)

Step 2. Click the format bar, and move mouse cursor to "Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as output format.


Step 3. Click "Convert" button to start transcoding Canon MXF files to Apple ProRes Codec.

Once the conversion is 100% completed, you can smoothly import the converted Canon MXF files to FCP X for further editing without hassle.


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Some more helpful features of the app:

1. Settings- click to set video resolution(1920×1080/1440×1080/1280×720/720×480), bitrate (from 1Mbps to 20Mbps), frame rate (24p/30p)

2. Editor (next to "Add" icon)- click to set deinterlace, denoise, mute, volume up, trim, crop, etc.


Source: http://videostepconvertmap.blogspot.com/2014/12/importing-canon-mxf-files-to-fcp-x.html


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 Re: Cannot set any theme

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Dec 23 2014
 
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If you are a devoted in FCP video editors, whether to encounter the following problems: XAVC S footage and FCP 7 incompatibility? Problems working XAVC videos with Final Cut Pro X? Importing MKV video into Final Cut Pro X but without success? Error when logging and transferring MXF files in FCP? Can't import AVHCD files into FCP 7? Final Cut Pro X Blu-ray export failure? After importing .MOV File into FCP 7 It Shows Up as "Narrow" with Black Space on Either Side? Can't open AVI Files in Final Cut Pro X? Fortunately, there are some easy way to fix the issues. Let's find them out here.

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See also: How to Connect Your Camcorder To Final Cut Pro?

------Question 1: Sony A7S XAVC S footage and FCP 7 Workflow

"Has anyone worked with media from the Sony A7S camera. Looking for some tips regarding post workflow and getting the media into FCP 7.

Import XML isn't working, it asks for a navigational file and gives us an error.

I have h264/mpeg4s of the footage which I'd rather not use since its a compressed codec that doesn't always get along with fcp.

Any and all advice is welcome and appreciated."

Answer: You can work natively with the XAVC S codec in FCP X without transcoding, but not in FCP 7 as far as I know. The basic reason why we can't work Sony A7S XVAC S with Final Cut Pro is that XAVC S codec is a new one, and is not widely supported. To make the XAVC S compatible with FCP, the easy workaround is to convert XAVC S to ProRes MOV, which ensures best results when using in Final Cut Pro 7. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is the solid tool to help users make the XAVC S to ProRes transcoding on Mac OS X.

With it, you effortlessly encode/re-encode XAVC S intra footage shot from Sony A7S to FCP 7 highly compatible ProRes MOV, ensuring maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with Final Cut Pro X or FCP 7. Besides, it also convert XAVC/XAVC S videos to iMovie, Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS, After Effects CC, Premiere Elements, FCE, Aperture 3, Avid Media Composer, DaVinci Resolve, iPhoto, Kdenlive, Keynote editable formats. Chances are you already installed this great free utility. If not, download it it from here. Below are the steps on converting XAVC S to ProRes MOV for FCP.
Detailed steps: Transcode Sony XAVC S videos to ProRes HQ/DNxHD/AIC MOV for Editing on NLEs


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------Question 2: How to load Avid MXF to FCP 6 for editing

"I have some Avid recorded MXF files and need to keep it deinterlaced, then edit in FCP6. What's the most efficient work flow for this?"

Answer: FCP 6 does not support MXF files directly, so you are suggested to try a third party converter: the Mac MXF Converter to transcode MXF to Apple ProRes MOV for FCP with best video quality. It enables editing before conversion and you can check the deinterlacing there.
Detailed steps: Can FCP import Avid MXF Files on Mac?


------Question 3: Extract multi-track clip from Blu-ray for FCP editing

"I want to extract a small clip from my blu-ray and edit it in FCPX, is there anyway to keep all my audio tracks?"

Answer: to output a clip of blu-ray with all the audio tracks saved, you are suggested to try Pavtube ByteCopy for Mac for that it's able to output multi-track ProRes for FCP; also you can keep all the subtitles preserved in the converted video in best quality.
Detailed steps: Import Blu-ray/DVD to Final Cut Pro X with multi-track


------Question 4: Convert multi-track Canon MXF to FCP X on Mac

"Using a card reader to download my footage shot with a C300 into FCP X. FCP X crashed while opening. If I am using Canon XF utility to backup the files, find out they are not readable? What's that? I am sure the videos are playable on camera. So strange. Any insight here how can I import these files into FCP X?"

Answer: I believe you are not the first one to have this problem. Canon XF utility will not help you import a MXF, so I switch to use a third party converter - iMixMXF from Pavtube to output multi-track ProRes videos, I think it's much easier for me. Anyway, depends on you, suggest you to try different things.
Detailed steps: Convert MXF to Multi-track ProRes for Final Cut Pro


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------Question 5: Convert Blackmagic MXF to ProRes for FCP X

"I have some mxf files from Blackmagic Design; was wondering if these mxf are supported by FCPX for editing directly?"

Answer: Blackmagic output mxf files are not like normal mxf files from camera; it's encoded with its own codec and the best work flow is to convert them to Apple ProRes for FCP. The Best MXF Converter for Mac is suggested for it's reliable conversion speed and video quality.
Detailed steps: Transcode Blackmagic Cinema Camera MXF footage to ProRes 422 for FCP


------Question 6: How to convert Sony XDCAM footage to FCP?

"I want to edit a bunch of mp4 files that I believe came from XDCAM but they were passed to me from a client with no camera info. What's your suggestion if I want to edit in FCP?"

Answer: Sony XDCAM EX camera will shot videos in MP4 format, so you may guess right. You can use XDCam browser to help you copy the MP4 file to hard drive, but to edit those files in FCP, you will need to transfer them from MP4 to ProRes encoded MOV. Pavtube XDCAM Video Converter is a good program for you, I am working well with it, and you can try it yourself. I find a guide for you.
Detailed steps: How to convert Sony XDCAM footage to FCP


In addition, I also find a solution, hope it can help you: Importing XDCAM-EX into Final Cut Pro


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------Question 7: How to edit Canon T4i videos in FCP 7 without any quality loss?

"I newly purchased a Canon T4i for its high definition, and I need to edit these videos in FCP 7 without any quality loss. But after test I found this mov format is not so good to FCP, is there anyway to transfer it as quick as possible? Also a step by step guide would be appreciated."

Answer: A friend of mine also has Canon T4i and I have also tried with this, it does output good video quality which I would not like to lose. We did some searches and finally choose one of them as it's recommended through out the web. You could click here to get to Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac.
Detailed steps: How to import Canon EOS Rebel T4i footage to FCP 7?


------Question 8: How to import Canon XF105 24p MXF to FCP 7?

"We shot some Canon XF105 24p mxf at 24p and copied them to hard drive, but these footage could not playback in sync with VLC player. Using FCP7. I know the videos are fine because they just playback normally on camera. What's the problem?"

Answer: When you copy the footage to Mac hard drive, you'd better to copy the entire folder, not individual mxf files; or that your may lose the time code and playlist info.

Canon XF105 MXF file is not supported by FCP X directly, thus you can try Canon Utility; or try the Mac MXF Converter directly:
Detailed steps: How to convert Canon XF105 MXF to ProRes 422 for FCP X


------Question 9: Import Sony AVCHD to FCP on Mac

"My Sony camera gave me videos as AVCHD file which I have not acknowledged with. I tried with both quicktime and FCPX but none of them could recognize it. Is there any step-by-step work flow for this? PS: the footages are on 1080 60p."

Answer: There are cameras and camcorders that are not compatible with FCP 7. Check if your AVCHD camcorder is on the list of Final Cut Pro Supported Cameras; if not, you are suggested to use a third party Mac Sony MTS Converter program to transform your AVCHD videos from camcorder to Apple ProRes for FCP.
Detailed steps: Re-wrap and Transcode Sony AVCHD 1080/60p .mts files to FCP without rendering


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------Question 10: How to convert Sony HandyCam AVCHD to ProRes for FCP 7?

"I have a Sony handycam and it shoots AVCHD file, the problem is that I could not find a way to upload the footage to FCP 7 for further editing. Have someone else have this problem?"

A: Sony has developed plug-ins to help users with some cams. AVCHD Plug-ins: Sony AVCHD Plug-in for FCP7/FCP6 Download.

Or you may use third party software to convert AVCHD to ProRes video - Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac
Detailed steps: Sony Handycam AVCHD Video compatability issues with FCP


------Question 11: Import Canon XF300 MXF to FCP 7?

"Just got a Canon XF300 and was wondering how to load my videos to FCP directly? Is MXF a supported format for FCP7?"

Answer: That camera wraps in MXF files. The XF300 requires a Canon Plugin for FCP, it's on the install disc that comes with the camera. Once the plugin was installed Log and Transfer was a breeze. But seems the plug in is only comes with the disc, and not available on their website. If you have problem to find the plug in, you will need to try a third party encoder – Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac. While I can't recommend one I can point you to one below:
Detailed steps: Workflow to Edit Canon MXF files in FCP 6/7 without XF utility


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------Question 12: Convert Canon C300 MXF to FCP

"Which software do I need to convert c300 files to be readable in FCP? I have more than 200 MXF files, I need to batch process them. Can anyone help regarding this conversion?"

Answer: FCP 7 or FCP X? If you are using FCP7, you can use L&T to import the files, below is a guide I found from forum.

You will need drivers for Canon XF and C300.

Another way to import, you can use a third party converter to help you encode MXF to ProRes MOV; it's the recommended codec in FCP. I find you a hot guide as below:
Detailed steps: Free convert Canon C300 MXF files to FCP


------Question 13: Import my Canon XA10 files into FCP for editing

"Will any converter work with Canon XA10? Currently my mac won't even recognize the files from the camera. I will want import my Canon XA10 files into FCP for editing, I am using Mac OSX 10.8."

Answer: Canon XA10 camera shoots in AVCHD format, it will not be read directly on Mac 10.8 due to Apple changed the structure on Mac Mountain Lion, you can convert the AVCHD file to FCP compatible ProRes code, then import it. Pavtube MXF Converter for Mac is the Converter I use to help me convert my AVCHD file to ProRes format well. Hope it helps you too.
Detailed steps: Import 1080p AVCHD MTS videos from Canon XA10 to FCP?


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iMixMXF($45) + HD Video Converter for Mac($35) = Only $54.9
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Source: http://strong-video-master.over-blog.com/hd-video-to-fcp-faqs


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 Re: Cannot set any theme

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Jan 16 2015
 
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Summary: Have issues with importing 60p AVCHD MTS footage to Sony Vegas Pro on your Windows 8.1 or 8? Just follow the steps below to convert 60p MTS to Sony Vegas Pro compatible format(MPEG-2 format) to sovle it.

Nowadays, more and more cameras and camcorders can give high-definition 1080 60p shootings. But we usually meet the problems while importing the 1080 60p AVCHD to Sony Vegas Pro (latest version 13 included) for postproduction.

See also: Top 5 Video Editors Review - It is never hard for you to edit mts or m2ts files!

Why does this happens? The reason behind that you can't edit 60p AVCHD MTS files in Sony Vegas Pro smoothly is due to the format and codec. AVCHD MTS is a delivery codec rather than editing codec and the 1080 60p is a non-standard format for NLE such as Sony Vegas Pro.

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It is really bad news for Windows users. Is there any good way to make it though? Since Sony Vegas will not load 60p mts files directly, perhaps we can do it with the help of third-party software which helps to these 60p AVCHD clips to Sony Vegas Pro supported video formats like WMV format, making it possible for us to edit the 60p mts videos in Sony Vegas Pro smoothly.

Among so much software on the market, it is strongly suggested using Pavtube 60p AVCHD Video Converter. I tried the trial and it worked so i bought it right away I have no complain, the program works fine in 60p mts to wmv conversion for editing in Sony Vegas Pro. Moreover, it allows you to do simple editing to the videos such as cropping, altering video dimension, adding special effect, and adjusting video or audio parameters like Video Resolution/Frame Rate or Audio Sample Rate freely as you like. It has never disappointed any users in due to its splendid performance and easy-to-use operation which goes as below:

(P.S. If you only want to deal with AVCHD MTS footages on Windows Editors: Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, Windows Movie Maker and Pinnacle Studio, etc, just try Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter)

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Firstly, download and install this converter.

Step 1. Click "Add" to load 60p mts video files or directly drag the files into file list.

Step 2. Click "Format" bar to determine output format. For smoothly editing in Vegas, you are recommended to choose Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas -> WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv), this format is best for Sony Vegas Pro editing.

Step 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. (Optional)

Step 4. Click "Convert" to start to convert 60p MTS to Sony Vegas Pro.

With this MTS to Vegas Converter, it becomes easy for you to convert your 60p mts video to Sony Vegas Pro smoothly for editing.

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Source: http://handycameratips.jimdo.com/2013/12/28/sony-vegas-workflow-with-mts-files/


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 Re: Cannot set any theme

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Jan 16 2015
 
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Summary: Here are several best upgraded H.265/HEVC video converters offered especially for those Windows users who wanna work with their H.265/HEVC recordings.

In a word, as the newest H.265/HEVC codec has become more and more popular in our video codec area. What brought to us was the related questions. What's the true meaning of H.265/HEVC? How could we edit or play H.265/HEVC codec videos? Is there any best methods provided for us to handle the H.265 encode and decode workflow well for other common or h.265 media devices?

Why we need this H.265/HEVC instead of H.264?
In a word, in order to compress our videos to smaller size and higher quality for a nice enjoyment, we sometimes wanna do some changes with this new codec. The new H.265 video format brings one huge benefit, which is the ability to stream high-quality video at half the bitrate that's normally required with H.264. While H.264 has become extremely popular during the past recent years, the ICU says that H.265 will be relevant for at least the next decade, and it could made 4K streaming less of a burden on bandwidth.

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Several days ago, Pavtube Studio, which is a famous video transcode studio announced that their upgraded Windows products can support the H.265/HEVC encode and decode job. I s that cool? With this good news, we won't worry about the H.265/HEVC recordings from some advanced 4K camcorders. Let's learn more information here.

Key features after upgraded:

1. Acting as the H.265 Encoder, Pavtube Video Converter enables to encode all variety of video files including MP4, MOV, AVI, WMV, ASF, MPG, MKV, VOB, FLV, AVCHD, MXF, MOD, TOD, R3D, TS, RMVB, WTV and etc. to H.265(HEVC) format.

2. Acting as the H.265 Decoder, it supports decoding H.265 to other video format like MP4, AVI or directly convert H.265 video to audio format like MP3, WAV, AAC, WMA, AIFF, FLAC, RA, AU, DTS and etc.

3. Acting as the H.265 Player, Pavtube H.265 Converter can directly play H.265 video files without format conversion in the preview window after loaded in.

4. Acting as the H.265 Editor, it can edit H.265 like merge H.265 files into one, crop H.265, trim H.265, rotate H.265 video, add subtitles/watermark to HEVC, adjust the H.265 parameter like bitrates, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio volume and etc.

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Main H.265/HEVC Conversion guide you should know as follows:

When you download the three H.265/HEVC converters we mentioned above, launch it and on the main interface you will see the 'Add video' and 'Add from folder' to make a favor in importing H.265 source files. Then on the output list, any one you can choose as you favorite if you need. For example, from H.265 to H.264, let's come to the 'Common Video' to select the 'H.264 Baseline/Main/High profile(*.mp4)' as the best. Just like the screen shot showed to you.

Before you start to work this H.265/HEVC conversion job, some extra functional items you can take a close looking. Such as the 'Settings' 'Edit' or 'Options' etc. With a high conversion speed, it will not take much more time to wait for the result. In all, it will be much easier to handle your H.265/HEVC videos in some popular Windows programs. Good luck!

Free download the best H.265/HEVC Video Converter - Pavtube Video Converter for Windows users, install and launch it, the following interface will pop up. Simple guide on how to encode your H.265/HEVC Videos for editing, playing, burning and sharing etc
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source: http://videostepconvertmap.blogspot.sg/2015/01/2015-best-hevch265-encoder-and.html


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 Source Codes

 
 by raoul23 on: Nov 30 2008
 
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Hi,

I can see many themes here released under the GPL. Much of them are in binary form. I can't see source codes anywhere, are they published somewhere?

Raoul


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 Re: Source Codes

 
 by peterwang0001 on: Jan 24 2013
 
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How to cut video frame by frame and keep the key frames only on Mac

Source: mts-to-aic-converter.com

What is Frame Accuracy?

MTS recordings from AVCHD camcorder are often highly compressed before stored, such a compressed movie contains key frames and non-key frames. Key frames can be displayed independently, while non-key frames can not be displayed without key frames. So such a functionality to locate and display every frame correctly, no matter key frame or non-key frame, is called frame accuracy (frame by frame). (Tip: Frame is one of the many single photographic images in a video.)

The Advantages of Frame Accuracy:

With Frame Accuracy, you can precisely start locating and displaying on desired frame; easily get exactly what you see or want. Without Frame Accuracy, you may lose the desire frame, or you may get SECONDS of frames you do not want before desired one.

When you are working on a movie or short film which requires accurate frame extracting from video stream, you need the ability to capture a precise single frame from a video file. You may ask such question: Is it possible to capture a frame from a video in any format? The answer is YES. And there are a lot of choices. If you're Mac user, you can use iMovie, one the best free video editing app that comes with your computer. Yet iMovie works only with a few video formats. Some AVCHD .mts and HD videos can not even be loaded to iMovie. Here's a new alternative for iMovie – the Pavtube Media Magician for Mac, which supports a variety of codecs and file types, including AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, TOD, MOD, MKV, MOV, AVI, MP4, ASF, DVD compatible MPEG files, flash videos and even protected TiVo recordings.

In terms of accurate editing, the Media Magician for Mac can show you all the frames in a video (like for example 24 frames in a 1 sec video) and then allow you to delete individual or more frames, add frames, split the video exactly between two frames you choose, join AVCHD/TOD/MOD videos seamlessly (without encoding). If you're looking for a Mac based video editor that cuts any video frame by frame, pick up this app.

Download Pavtube Media Magician for Mac Trial

Guide: How to cut AVCHD MTS file frame by frame with Media Magician for Mac

Step 1. Load video to Media Magician. Open up the software, and press the Open button to import video. You can either choose a single video clip or a folder that contains multiple videos to import. Imported videos are displayed in the media library area.

If your source video is saved on a camera/camcorder HDD, just connect the cam to Mac and the software will pop up a wizard for you to capture AVCHD MTS/M2TS and TOD footage.



Step 2. Drag and drop video clip(s) to timeline. Just click on the video you'd like to edit and drag-and-drop it to the timeline at the bottom.



Step 3. Find a rough-cut point. Double-click on the video in timeline to play it. When it plays to where you'd like to cut/split the video, press pause button.

Step 4. Find an accurate-cut point. Move your mouse to playing area, and it will present you previous and next frames of current point. Use your mouse to select the frame that you'd like to cut at.



Tip: You can take snapshoot of the present frame by clicking the camera icon in player, so as to save the frame as still image.

Step 5. Press the scissor icon to split video by the specific frame you select.

Step 6. Remove unwanted frames.

Repeat the operations of Step three to five until you split the video into as many segments as you like. To delete unwanted segments, you may select them in timeline and press the trash icon.

Step 7. Click the Output button on the top and switch it to output interface.



Step 8. Create output task list. Decide your output format, choose it, and then click on the + sign to add it as a conversion task. You can add multiple tasks for batch conversion.



Step 9. Select the task(s) and click on the triangle sign to start encoding video.



Trick: The encoding process may take long time. In order to shorten the processing time, you may switch to "Lossless" tab and choose "original" or "MKV" as output format. This makes it possible to cut and join multiple MTS/M2TS/TOD/MOD videos together without encoding. Yet it does not work for AVI, MKV, MP4, MOV and other formats.

In this way you cut/split/trim HD video frame-by-frame and export self-made video for playing in iTunes, QuickTime as well as editing in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, Avid, etc – the Media Magician includes intermediate codecs (AIC and ProRes 422) that are naturally accepted by professional non-linear video editors. Also, it is able to access YouTube and upload your work for sharing.

You may also like:

How to output Apple ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro from AVCHD/AVCHD Lite (MTS, M2TS) footage?

Edit movies on the timeline and select frames accurately using frame selection controller

Remux MKV/M2TS with no Conversion - Time-saving joiner for WD TV Live Plus HD video playback on Mac

Cut/trim/split long videos from camcorder/camera to YouTube

Split/Cut AVCHD MTS/M2TS Video Files without Re-Encoding/Recompression on Mac

How to manage/backup videos from camcorder/camera with Camcorder Wizard on Mac?

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 Nice one ..........

 
 by leomartin6 on: May 22 2010
 
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I have found a lot of useful stuff from here. Being an IT. Student i have found this particular place really helpful.


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 Re: Nice one ..........

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Jan 7 2015
 
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Are you still suffering no audio problem when loading Sony HDR-PJ430V mts in Premiere Pro CC? In this article, we will give you the best solution to import and edit PJ430V AVCHD MTS files in PPro CC without problems.

I've had Sony HDR-PJ430V camcorder for about 2 weeks now. It does its primary job (recording videos) outstandingly and i can highly recommend this product if your primary concern is video capabilities. While it has some flaws that annoy me, if I drop a .mts file from my sony camera into Premiere Pro CC, it shows video but no sound? If I drop it into CS5.5 the sound works. I don't know why it happens.

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People who are using MTS files with Adobe Premiere Pro(especially CC7) often have the similar problems Premiere Pro missing audio tracks for .MTS files. As far as I know, there are 3 ways that might help you resolve your work- Premiere Pro CC, Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS files, metadata and no audio:

1. Install an earlier version of premiere pro like 4 – 5 depending what version fits what you do……(DO NOT UPDATE!!!)
2. Import the ENTIRE CARD, very important, all the files from your card to your PC/Mac, the metadata should be located somewhere in a folder within the card, it’s not on the .mts file.
3. Convert MTS clips from Sony HDR-PJ430V into another format for Adobe Premiere Pro CC and relink against the transcoded version. It will get the audio back into Premiere. Might be a bit time consuming but it works.

In terms of the third method, we have made some searches ,and found that the Adobe Premiere Pro CC can edit the file formats of .mpeg2, .mov, etc. So, converting Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS file to MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro CC editing is a best choice.
Steps to convert Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS videos to Premiere Pro CC acceptable format for correctly importing

Here we recommend the easy-to-use yet professional application Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mac. Just download it and follow the simple steps below to transcode Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS for Premiere Pro CC editable format. With it, you can also convert any video shooting with AVCHD camcorders to popular video format like MKV, M4V, MOV, AVI, WMV, MP4, FLV, etc. The conversion is easy to handle and only with a few simple clicks, you can finish the conversion without facing any glitches.

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1. Import Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS to the converter
Run the MTS to Premiere Pro CC Converter and click the Add Video or Add from folder button to import the MTS videos from HDR-PJ430V to be converted. The converter supports converting multiple files at a time.

2. Choose MPEG-2 as the output format
Click "Format" drop-down bar to select a proper video format. To edit Sony HDR-PJ430V AVCHD videos in Premiere Pro CC, then HD Video > MPEG-2 HD Video(*.mpg) or Adobe Premiere/Sony Vegas > MPEG-2 (*.mpg) is the suitable one.

Of course, you can also solve AVCHD importing Problem into FCP by selecting FCP native format: "Final Cut Pro > Apple Prores 422 (*.mov)"

3. Start Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS conversion with a click
Hit the big Convert button and the conversion from Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS to Premiere Pro CC will begin immediately.

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Tips & Tricks:
1. Adjust audio and video settings
The Mac MTS to Premiere Pro Converter enables users to adjust audio and video settings before transcoding Sony HDR-PJ430V AVCHD files to MPEG-2. Click "Settings" button, then you will enter the following interface, on which you are allowed to customize size, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel to your required ones.

2. Basic video editing (optional)
This Mac MTS/M2TS Converter has a built-in video editor, so you can touch up the video with basic video editing functions. The supported video editing operations are: Trimming, cropping, appending artistic visual effects, adding watermarks and embed subtitles to the videos. And you can also deinterlace Sony 1080i AVCHD via ticking the “Deinterlacing” box in the Video Editor interface. Just note that this step is skippable if you want to keep the original video effects.

After the conversion is complete, get the resulted files via clicking the Open button and then you can transfer and import Sony HDR-PJ430V MTS to Premiere Pro CC for further editing without any hassle.

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 Will you accept any design into your marketplace?

 
 by Brookeduncan on: Aug 7 2012
 
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While we try not to be the arbiters of taste, our review makes sure that your themes match Rule #1 set forth in our Manifesto (i.e., "Don't suck"). The community will vote your design up or down and voice their pleasure or disgust accordingly. If there is a poorly coded theme, we do reserve the rights to remove it from the marketplace. We will reject a theme if we beleive it to be very similar (read plagiarized) from a theme already in the marketplace; if the file appears to be corrupted, or we suspect it carries a virus; if it is nonsensical or difficult to implement; or if it scores highly on the S.F.T. (suck factor test).


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 Re: Will you accept any design into your marketpla

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Dec 1 2014
 
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From the following guide, would you like to join us to find some effiective ways of importing Sony PMW-RX50 XAVC/MPEG to Avid Media Composer 6.5/6/5.

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Do you know any super professional recorder that can handle all the recording job well: Surely, Sony PMW-RX50 is a perfect one which is a powerful and convenient device for use, many professional users have bought this recording devices for professional usage. With Sony PMW-RX50 recorder, you can record high quality videos, include XAVC Long GOP. So blow we are going to talk on the topic on how to import PMW-RX50 XAVC/MPEG to Avid Media Composer 6.5/6/5 for a further editing.

For a second step, many video editing programs and playable devices will not accept Sony PMW-RX50 recorded files, because videos recorded by Sony PMW-RX50 are in XAVC or MPEG codec/format, they can't handle the XAVC and MPEG files, for example you can't import Sony PMW-RX50 to FCP X for editing natively, on HD video forums, there are a lot of users have complained about these video compatibility problems. If you would like to get a professional converting tool to do you a favor, I can suggest one for you here. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, which has the easy operation and concise interface.


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Shall I offer some useful conversion tips for you: You will find it is so easy to work with this program. Download it form the official website and according to its instructions, install it in a nice way. From your computer, 'Add video' and 'Add from folder can smoothly load your files in. For each version of Avid, you can go to the 'Avid Media Composer'>>'DNxHD MOV' for the general one.


Only for a simple editing: Why not go back to the main interface to take around the 'Editor' item: To decide the length by 'Trim': Get rid of the edges unwanted by 'Crop': Add some subtitles with 'Subtitles' icon: Enjoy yourself here!


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 Re: Re: Will you accept any design into your marke

 
 by Lily66a40 on: Jan 7 2015
 
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To successfully get Canon Vixia HF R400 MTS files to iMovie for further editing, what should we do? The best solution is to transcode Canon AVCHD to a iMovie most compatible format.

The Canon camera is a HF R400. My granddaughters birthday is this Saturday. I want to take pictures in HD and then edit my MTS video which is from my Canon HF R400 with iMovie. When I shot and tried to import, iMovie doesn't recognize the file. Is there a way to transcode Canon HF R400 MTS to iMovie?

MTS progressive is a very popular format for us. It is not a standard format for many non-linear editors including iMovie. If you want to get Canon HF R400 mts files compatible with iMovie, you need to convert my AVCHD files from VIXIA R400 firstly.

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After searching, I find this a powerful and easy-to-use Canon MTS Converter for Mac and I will introduce it to all of you. With reliable video quality, it seemed to be the best MTS Converter for iMovie. Now I am able to convert AVCHD footage from R400 Camcorder to AIC(Apple Intermediate Codec) for smoothly iMovie editing. No need to set up it specifically, move your mouse and do a few clicks. My iMovie can successfully allow for easy and direct importing of videos from my R400 camcorder, it is very unreliable and unstable.

Free download a free version before purchase and let’e move on!

1. Keep your Canon HF R400 on and connect it to Mac, your camcorder will show as a hard drive on desktop which means your mac recognized it now.

Launch this Canon MTS to iMovie Converter.

Click top left icon “Add videos” to load individual mts files, or try the second one “Add from folder” to load the entire folder.

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2. You can find many presets in “Format” drop-down list. Choose “iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple InterMediate Codec(AIC)(*.mov)” as the output video format.

3. Click “Settings”, you can find some other settings such as Size, Bitrate, Frame Rate and son on. The video quality is corresponding to bitrate, the higher bitrate you choose the better video quality you will get. You can check the file size easily here.

4. Start converting Canon Vixia R400 AVCHD to AIC for iMovie

Click the red convert icon at right bottom and start to convert Canon Vixia HF R400 AVCHD to AIC MOV for iMovie. You can check Shut down computer after conversion if you are doing a batch conversion and do not want to wait on the front of computer.

Wait for some time, now you get the converted videos for importing/editing in iMovie.

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