If you just have a Canon EOS C100 camcorder and take some AVCHD FULL HD 1920×1080 footages, and want to edit them in your dual-core Mac with Kdenlive. Kdenlive relies on ffmpeg and therefore, can’t edit AVCHD files directly because ffmpeg can’t recognize these files. If it’s not supported, you need to convert Canon EOS C100 AVCHD to something else that workable with Kdenlive. So you will be faced with many AVCHD Converters out there from Internet, and you may concern on how to minimize quality loss during the conversion.
UFUSoft AVCHD Converter for Mac is the best Canon EOS C100 MTS converting software with excellent output quality and aspects overall, and it can help you minimize quality loss during the conversion. One big advantage of this AVCHD converter is that it’s also a wonderful MTS joiner capable of merging multiple Canon EOS C100 MTS or M2TS files into one single video.
How to exactly convert Canon EOS C100 AVCHD to Kdenlive.
Drag and drop AVCHD-MTS files into the program. You can also click “Add” button to load Canon EOS C100 MTS or M2TS files into the app.
Choose output format for Kdenlive. You can choose AVI from “Common Video” section from “Format” drop-down list. More than that, UFUSoft AVCHD Converter provides with many other options for your different devices or purposes, such as HD Video, iPod, iPad, iPhone, Apple TV, PSP, Zune, Audio output, Flash Video, etc. You can also custom your destination folder for output videos in “Export to” list.
Join Canon C100 MTS files (optional) and convert Canon EOS C100 MTS to Kdenlive format. Before you start conversion, you can select all files and click Merge to combine multiple Canon C100 AVCHD files together and output to one single video.