Handycam is a Sony brand used to market its camcorder range. It was launched in 1985 as the name of the first Video8 camcorder, replacing Sony's previous line of Betamax-based models, and the name was intended to emphasize the "handy" palm size nature of the camera, made possible by the new miniaturized tape format. You may be suffering from kinds of problems in importing your Sony Handycam files into iMovie? Doremisoft Sony Handycam to iMovie Converter can easily convert any AVCHD MTS/M2TS or MPEG2 footages from Sony Handycam to iMovie supported file format like MOV or H.264. Then, you can further editing the generated files in iMovie. The Sony Handy Video Converter for Mac can be well workable with below camcorders: Sony HDR-TG3, HDR-CX150, HDR-CX130, HDR-SR11, HDR-SR12, sony HDR-CS700V, HDR-XR160, Sony DCR-S68, DCR-SR42, HDR-CX11, HDR-CX12, HD DCR-SR60, DCR-DVD508, etc. How to convert Sony Handycam AVCHD/MPEG-2 files for iMovie (Mountain Lion included): Step 1: Add MTS/M2TS/MPEG2 file to the Sony Handycam to iMovie Converter Download the trial version of Sony Handycam Video Converter for Mac on your Mac and run it. Then, click "Add File" to load the Sony Handycam AVCHD/MPEG2 footages into the program. Tip: If you have problem in playing or editing the Sony Handycam AVCHD or MPEG2 footages on PC, please refer to the PC version of Sony Handycam Video Converter. Step 2: Choose output file format for iMovie The program has several optimal file format presets for iMovie. Click "Profile" button, select any file format as output in the drop-down list of "iMovie Video": "iMovie MOV", "iMovie MPEG-4", "iMovie AVI", etc. Step 3: Start converting Sony Handycam file to iMovie Hit "Start" to launch the Sony Handycam to iMovie MOV or MP4 conversion. Related tags: Panasonic Lumix AVCHD to iMovie , sony hdr to mac , Panasonic hdc avchd to mac .
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