Import Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD to After Effects CS6 on Mac

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Summary: Facing issues when importing Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD into to After Effects CS6 on Mac Mavericks? Fortunately, here take an easy guide to importing and organizing AVCHD clips from Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung camcorders into AE CS6 without any problem.

With a Canon Vixia HF R42, Panasonic HC-V720, Sony HDR PJ380, Canon Vixia HF M52, JVC Everio GZ-EX300, Panasonic HC-X900, Sony HDR-TD30, Canon Vixia HF G20, Sony HDR-CX220, or Samsung QF20, etc, you can shoot both HD and SD videos with extraordinary quality, and the footage can reach 1080/60p, 1080/50p as AVCHD files. However the AVCHD files are not support by many NLE programs on Mac natively; hereby if you want to edit them in After Effects CS6, you’d better to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD footage to AVC encoded mov files for that’s the most compatible format for AE CS6.

Come and meet this UFUSoft AVCHD Converter for Mac, which is capable of converting Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD footage to various video formats on mac (Mavericks included). It also allows you convert AVCHD to any other format as you want for importing into different NLE apps, such as Adobe Premiere Pro, Adobe After Effects, iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro 6/7/X, and more. Just download it and follow the workflow using After Effects CS6 with Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD on Mac Mavericks.

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How to convert Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD to After Effects CS6 editable format on Mac Mavericks?

Step 1. Get this UFUSoft Mac AVCHD to AE Converter installed, click top left two icons to load individual videos or the entire folder correspondingly.

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Step 2. Choose best format for editing AVCHD in After Effects CS6.

Click the drop-down list besides “Format”, choose “Adobe Premiere > MOV(AVC)(*.mov)” as the most compatible format as well as best video quality for AE CS6. You can also choose “MPEG-2 (*.mpg)”, or “WMV (VC-1) (*.wmv)”.


Step 3. Adjust output video settings including video size, codec, bitrate, frame rate by clicking “Settings”, all according to your needs for Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD to After Effects on Mac conversion. (Optional)

Step 4. Click the Convert button to start converting AVCHD to AE CS6 native AVC MOV format. Wait for a while, you can get the Converted Canon/Panasonic/JVC/Sony/Samsung AVCHD videos which is compatible with After Effects CS6 for freely editing.

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