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Upload Canon XA30 AVCHD to iMovie edited with Appele InterMediate Codec (El Capitan)

Here is a complete workflow for transcoding, importing, and editing Canon XA35 MTS footage in iMovie smoothly.

Combining a compact form factor and professional video features, the Canon XA30 is well-suited for event coverage, wedding videography, independent and documentary filmmaking, and other applications that require a compact, professional camera. To fit into your workflow, the camcorders captures up to 1920x1080 video at 23.98p, 29.97p, 59.94p, and 59.94i frame rates, while also offering Slow and Fast Motion recording modes, as well as an interval recording option to capture fast motion of up to 1200x the original speed.

The XA30 offers multiple recording modes, resolutions, and frames rates, giving you the ability to adapt to a variety of workflows and applications. It can record in Full HD 1920x1080 resolution up to 59.94p in both AVCHD and MP4 recording codecs, at multiple bit rates, and even simultaneously to dual SD cards. For documentary and independent film work, 23.98p fr…

Easily rip/copy Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP NAS for DLAN streaming

Summary: This guide shows you how to rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP NAS MP4/MKV for DLAN streaming easily. 

QNAP is famous for NAS server. With the supported network protocles established between QNAP NAS and Blu-ray/DVD player or HD TV, you can enjoy high quality movies in high definition. If you have purchased a bunch of Blu-ray/DVD collections, and want to keep them from scratching or damaging as well as have a more conveninet playback via streamers, then it will be wise choice to backup Blu-ray/DVD video files into QNAP NAS! In this article, i will teach you how to copy Blu-ray/DVD videos to QNAP NAS without any hassles. 

To be sure, most of us like you may know how to rip Blu-ray/DVD movies, and have been doing so just fine. But the problem we must face is how to rip Blu-ray/DVD to QNAP NAS proper format with best settings for DLAN streaming while keeping the original visual quality as much as possible. After doing some searches in Google, we will realize that MP4, MKV are the…

Converting MP4 files for Playing on a DVD Player smoothly

If your DVD player does not support MP4 files, what is the solution for this problem? Okay. In this article, you will find the solution. 

Q: “Do most modern DVD players play .mp4 files? I built a slideshow in Lightroom and burnt a DVD using ImageBurn. My PS3 plays it but my friend's old DVD player doesn't recognize it.” 

Actually, you can't play MP4 on your DVD player directly the most DVD players only playback DVD type formats. So, how can you do it? The thing will be much easier, if you convert MP4 files to AVI, then burn it to DVD applying a professional DVD authoring program. Brorsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate can be a grate tool, which is a highly recommend to help you convert MP4 to DVD supported video format. It is a professional all-in-one video converter program that supports converting MP4 to DVD format so as to successfully burn MP4 to DVD for playing on DVD player with ease. In addition, with the powerful editing function, you can make your MP4 movies pers…

Bandicam files can't import to FCP - Get the best solution for Bandicam video and Final Cut Pro here !

This article introduces the available ways to Final Cut Pro users to help them smoothly import Bandicam files that are in different codecs into FCP 7, FCP X on Mac OS X ( El Capitan icluded).

Q: Bandicam Video editing with Final Cut Pro ?
"Hello Guys, 

i recorded with Bandicam, Codec H.264 (NVIDIA CUDA) and FourCC H264. Now i tried to edit the Video with Final Cut Pro... and i got a error that the program don't know the codec or the file is broken... 

The File is saved as avi and i CAN view the video with the VLC Player. 

Can anybody help me? 

Thank you!" 

This problem comes down to codecs. You can consider to convert the unsupported Bandicam video files to Final Cut Pro supported ProRes codec or other workable formats. To do the Bandicam AVI, WMV etc., to FCP ProRes MOV conversion, you can turn to Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac. It has optimized preset for Final Cut Pro 7, FCP X. Things will be so easy with the help of it. You can even do some simple editing on your files wi…