Convert/Edit Panasonic HDC-SD900 1080p 60fps AVCHD MTS to HD MPEG to Magix Movie Edit Pro

Magix Movie Edit Pro is a nice video editing software for its low price and easy to use feature. You can use it to edit the video files downloaded from websites, AVCHD camcorders. And it works fine. But if you try to edit 1080p 60fps MTS video recordings from Panasonic HDC-SD900, you will find that these AVCHD video files can not be recognized by Magix.

Like the problems mentioned above, lots of Panasonic SD900 owners have difficulty in importing and editing its generated 1080p 60fps AVCHD video files. And the best solution is converting Panasonic SD900 MTS to MPEG for Magix with UFUSoft AVCHD Converter. This program is a professional one in converting 1080p 60fps/50fps MTS to MPEG as well as editing and joining MTS files into one for better playing and editing.

Below is the step by step guide on how to convert Panasonic SD900 1080p 60fps/50fps MTS to MPEG for Magix in the easiest and fastest way.

For the preparation of this conversion, connect Panasonic SD900 to PC, transfer MTS video recordings to hard drive and run AVCHD Converter.

Step 1. Load 1080p 60fps MTS to AVCHD Converter.
Run this program as the best quality Panasonic SD900 to Magix converter and drag and drop specified MTS footages to this software. And another way to realize this importing is by clicking “Add” button.

Step 2. Choose HD MPEG as output format for Magix Movie Edit Pro.
Click “Format” option and follow HD Video->MPEG-2 HD Video (*.mpg). In this way, HD MPEG-2 video with original 1920*1080 can be exported for Magix Movie Edit Pro.

Convert Panasonic SD900 MPEG Magix

Step 3. Merge & convert Panasonic SD900 MTS to MPEG for Magix Movie Edit Pro.
Select all the files in the filelist, click Merge and then click the “Convert” button under the preview window and this Panasonic MTS Converter will start SD900 1080p 60fps MTS to MPEG conversion right now.

After this conversion and combination is completed, you can import and edit Panasonic SD900 MTS video recordings on Magix Movie Edit Pro. The exported MPEG video files are compatible with other editing software, like Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere and ect.

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