Convert/Import Sony NEX-EA50EH to FCP 7 Mac

[b]Summary:[/b] Follow the guide below and you will know how to import Sony NEX-EA50EH AVCHD to Final Cut Pro 7/X without rendering on Mac.

[b]Key features of Sony NEX-EA50EH:[/b]
Full HD recording
Large Format Sensor for creative expression
Unique design for versatile shooting options
Interchangeable E-mount lens SystemNewly developed powered zoom lens
Part of the professional NXCAM camcorder range
16.1 megapixel still image captureA variety of recording media options
Video is recorded up to 60fps at 1080P in AVCHD 2.0
I've been importing some 24fps AVCHD footage into FCP 7 with no problem using the prescribed method (copying the entire contents of a card and then selecting "import from camera"), but when I do the same thing with Sony NEX-EA50EH 60fps AVCHD footage, I get error messages. So how to solve this kind of problem. Here I recommend the best [b][url=]Converter for Sony NEX-EA50EH AVCHD to FCP 7[/url][/b] on Mac OS X.

For [b][url=]making Sony NEX-EA50EH 1080p AVCHD footages editable in FCP 7 easily[/url][/b], you need to find the outstanding AVCHD converter to install on your Mac OS X.


Step 1: Launch the [b][url=]AVCHD to FCP Converter for Mac[/url][/b] after the installation, and then load your .mts or .m2ts files to it to converting.
1. If you want, you can merge several AVCHD clips by ticking
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