Summary: Sony is going to release HXR-MC2500 Camcorder at this October. Before the arrival of this significant camcorder, we should we prepare for the conversion of Sony HXR-MC2500 AVCHD? This article will show you the solution.
Sony has just announced the latest generation of its HD range of camcorders- Sony HXR-MC2500.
It is really a heavyweight camcorder which features in an Exmor R CMOS sensor, a built-in LED light and DV memory recording. These elements are combined to create an ideal balance of performance and functionality of camcorders in the digital era. The HXR-MC2500 is capable of shooting clearly in low-light environment. This makes it possible to record videos in door and at night. It supports the outputting formats like AVCHD and DV with Full HD.
Sony HXR-MC2500 will be available from Octomber 2014 and it is to be a significant camcorder in Sony family. So what should we do to welcome its arrival? From my point of view, even the most wonderful camcorder can hardly avoid the problem of postproduction. So we’d better choose a powerful video converter which deserves Sony HXR-MC2500.
Here I’d like to recommend a fantastic converter which I had used for 1 year – Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.
Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate is a piece of cost-effective software. It enables the conversion of MTS, MXF, M2TS, TiVo, TS, FLV and many other popular formats. This tool features in transcoding MTS and MXF to editing tools like After Effect, Avid Media Composer, Premiere and many other video editing software and players.
In a word, Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate can help you convert between various formats so that you can enjoy movies on computer, further edit video for creation, present video on HDTV, and publish video online in web-friendly format.
Step one. Add or drag files or directly the whole folder to its interface.
In the meanwhile, you may also preview them before the conversion. (Free download Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.)
Step two. Select the output format.
Select the output format you need. I chose HD Video > MPEG-4 HD Video (*.mp4). You may also choose other video formats which are also compatible to After Effects.
Step three. Check the setting.
With this function, you are able to change the codec, size, bitrate, frame rate of the video and the codec, sample rate, bitrate, and channel of its audio.
Step four. Transcode Sony HDR-MC2500 AVCHD to Affect Effect CS5.
After everything has been set well, you need to click the yellow arrow icon to get started about the conversion from AVCHD to MPEG-4.
By the way, I tried Aunsoft iMedia Converter for Mac on my window computer and it also plays well!