More and more camcorders adopt AVCHD format to record HD videos, these videos usually have .mts or .m2ts file extensions and are not supported by lots of media players, video editing software and digital devices. You can use Any DVD Converter for Mac to convert these AVCHD videos to HD videos, general videos and popular audio files for your diverse uses. The converted files can be perfectly played on most portable players such as iPhone, iPod, iPad, Apple TV, PSP/PS3, Xbox 360, iRiver, Creative Zen, Archos, PMP, Smart Phone, Pocket PC, PDA, cell phone, MP4 Player, MP3 player, and other video and audio players on Mac OS X.
This AVCHD Converter for Mac enables you to adjust all encoding settings to customize the output quality. You are also allowed to edit AVCHD videos by trimming, cropping, merging, adjusting effect, adding watermark, etc. AVCHD Converter for Mac also provides you with the function of batch conversion, which can save you much time.
As an excellent AVCHD Converter, Any DVD Converter for Mac supports AVCHD MTS and M2TS video recorded by most models of Sony, Panasonic, Canon, JVC, Hitachi camcorders. It is the best mate tool for all camcorder users.
Supports AVCHD video from Canon AVCHD camcorders(HF10/HF11/HF200 etc), Panasonic AVCHD Camcorders(HDC-HS200/DMC-GH1/HDC-TM30/HDC-TM350 etc), Sony AVCHD Camcorders(HDR-SR1/SR5C/SR11/TG7/CX12/XR500V etc), Sanyo Xacti AVCHD camcorder and JVC AVCHD Camcorders(GZ-HD10/HD30/HD300/HM200/X900 etc).
There are several optimized profiles for PSP, PS3, iPod, iPhone, Apple TV, HTC, BlackBerry, Samsung, Zune, Archos, iRiver PMP, Creative Zen, Google Android mobile phone, etc. with different quality in the software, which can be applied directly without any further settings.
Supports batch convert AVCHD video to MP4, H.264, MPEG-4, M4V, MOV, DV, MPEG-2, FLV, SWF, 3GP/3G2, RM/RMVB, AVI, WMV, ASF, HD Video etc with amazing quality and fast speed.
Paste URL links of your favorite YouTube videos to this AVCHD Video Converter on Mac, download to your hard drive and convert to video formats you need. Downloading only or downloading and converting are available.
AVCHD Video Converter on Mac could convert all kinds of video formats including MOV, M2TS, OGM, RMVB, RM, WMV, QT, WebM, FLV, MOD, TS, TP, DVR-MS, Divx, etc., to AVI, WMV, MP4, MPEG-1, MPEG-2, FLV, SWF, MKV, 3GP and more! AVCHD Video Converter also supports extract audio from DVD and video files.
Here the following is a brief guide on how to use Any DVD Converter for Mac to convert AVCHD videos for any other portable devices.
Step1: Download and install Any DVD Converter for Mac
First, please download, install and run Any DVD Converter for Mac. Then follow the installation wizard instructions.
Step 2: Add AVCHD video files into Any DVD Converter for Mac
To select the AVCHD video files you would like to convert, hit the Add Files button on the top left corner. In the opened Window, browse for the AVCHD video files.
Step 3: Select a profile for your target device from the description
After you have added the AVCHD video files into this AVCHD Converter, click and pull down the output dropdown list to select the output format for your devices. In the list, select your desired output format.
Beside the preview window field, you can also manually set the output parameters in AVCHD Converter. For novice users it is recommended to select the default parameter.
Step 4: Start to convert your video files with AVCHD Converter for Mac
After you have set up all the conversion output profile and parameters, hit the Encode button to start ripping and converting.
AVCHD (Advanced Video Coding High Definition) is a file-based format for the digital recording and playback of high-definition video. Developed jointly by Sony and Panasonic, the format was introduced in 2006 primarily for use in high definition consumer camcorders. Favorable comparisons of AVCHD against HDV and XDCAM EX solidified perception of AVCHD as a format acceptable for professional usage. Panasonic released the first professional AVCHD camcorder in autumn of 2008, followed by Sony in the first quarter of 2010.
In 2011 the AVCHD specification has been amended to include 1080-line 50-frame/s and 60-frame/s modes (AVCHD Progressive) and stereoscopic video (AVCHD 3D). The new modes also allowed higher system data rate than existing modes.