How to Convert HD Video on Mac OS X Mavericks?

Posted by admin | Comments are off for this article

Mac OS X Mavericks has come out on the stage of WWDC. According to reports, this new Apple’s desktop operating system, which is claimed as the world’s most advanced system, contains over 200 new features. A lot of improvements can be expected and it will include a much better viewing experience for its users. While the operating system will still use the QuickTime Media Player as its main video and audio player, major enhancements can be expected.

But when you upgrade to the new version of Mac OS, you may find that most of your HD video files can’t be played smoothly. And when you try to convert HD video format with the old video converter software, things changed. All that software become out of commission. Instead of returning to the old Mac OS, getting a regularly updated HD video converter for Mavericks is the best solution.

Among various HD video converters on the market, UFUSoft HD Video Converter for Mac Mavericks is topping the charts. With it, you can convert HD video on Mavericks with fast speed and high quality. It covers a wide range of HD video formats, like AVCHD (MTS, M2TS), HD TS, HD MPEG, HD WMV, HD MPG, HD MP4, QuickTime HD MOV, HD H.264, HD RM video, and more. Besides converting HD video format, this HD video converter for Mac OS X 10.9 is equipped with a video editor, which lets you easily touch up HD videos as you like. The supported editing functions include trimming HD video, adjusting frame size, appending visual effects, adding watermarks and loading subtitles.

Download HD Converter for Mac Buy HD Converter for Mac

How to Use Mavericks HD Video Converter for Converting HD Videos on OS X 10.9?

Step 1: Import HD videos to Mavericks HD video converter

After downloading and launching UFUSoft HD Video Converter on your Mac Mavericks, you’ll see a primary window as follow.
You can drag HD video files on your local folder to the window or simply click the “Add File” button in the bottom right to select local HD video files like AVCHD (MTS, M2TS), HD TS, HD MPEG, HD WMV, HD MPG, HD MP4, QuickTime HD MOV, HD H.264, HD RM, etc you want to add.

Sony HSC-100 to FCP Converter

Step 2: Select video format you want to output

After selecting HD videos you want to convert, you can choose video formats you want to convert to now.

As you can see in the program window, there’re several categories in the bottom tray: “Devices”, “Editing”, “HD&3D”, “Web Sharing”, “Video” and “Audio”.

If you want to convert HD videos to Max OS X Mavericks supported formats, please select “Video” category and then you can select your wanted format.

Sony HSC-100 to Apple ProRes

You can customize the folder that you want to save the converted videos by selecting destination on “Output” option in the bottom.

Note: If you’re going to convert HD videos to iPhone supported format, the output files will be added to iTunes automatically after the HD video conversion.

Step 3. Convert HD Video on Mac OS X Mavericks

After input HD videos and output video formats are all selected, you can click “Convert” button to start HD video on Mavericks conversion now.

The conversion is really fast and you can clearly view the progress in the video. When the conversion is done, you can open the video output folder to enjoy your HD videos on Mac OS X Mavericks.

Download HD Converter for Mac Buy HD Converter for Mac