Sony FS700 to Avid-Convert Sony FS700 MTS to DNxHD MOV for Avid MC
Summary: In this article, you will know how to transcode FS700 MTS to MOV for Avid Media Composer for editing.
The NEX-FS700 is a 4K-ready NXCAM camcorder with a superior Super35mm CMOS sensor, super slow-motion capability and an interchangeable E-mount lens system, offering unrivalled flexibility and creative expression. The camcorder includes a number of features providing familiar professional operation and workflows, including 50/60Hz switchability, built-in ND filters, 3G-SDI interface and an enhanced exterior design.
Based on customer feedback, the NEX-FS700E includes a number of features providing familiar professional operation and workflows, including 50/60Hz switchability, built-in ND filters, 3G-SDI interface and an enhanced exterior design.
Some users have got problems when they Load FS700 projects to Avid Media Composer for editing. "I shot footage using the Sony NEX-FS700. When I import the footage into Avid, I found the Media Composer 6.5 cannot handle the AVCHD files well, and some the footage looks washed out and the preview is loggy. Is there anyway to solve the problem? Thanks!"
As the Avid can't import Sony FS700 recorded 1080 50/60p AVCHD video, the frame rate is so high and the codec is not friendly to AMC for editing, on Avid official website, it recommends DNxHD or XDCAM codec for editing, and DNxHD codec is the first choice. So if you want to edit your Sony FS700 recording MTS in Avid smoothly, you should transcode MTS to Avid DNXHD MOV, which is best supported by Avid.
Sony FS700 workflow-Load FS700 recorded 1080 50/60p AVCHD to Avid Media Composer
1.Download Pavtube Sony FS700 to Avid Encoder, follow the prompts to install the program. Click "Add" to load Sony FS700 MTS video files or directly drag the files into file list.
2.And then click "Format" bar to choose Avid Media Composer -> Avid DNXHD (*.mov), this format is best presetted for Avid Media Composer editing.
3. "Settings" button in the main interface is very useful for you to customize the Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sampling rate, bit rate, channels.
4. After these, you can click "Convert" to start to transcode Sony MTS to Avid DNXHD codec for native editing.
Tip: If you are Final Cut Pro 6/7, Final Cut Pro X users, please view "How to import/edit Sony FS700 50p/60p MTS onto FCP 6/7/X".
Now you can follow the steps and have a try, happy every day!
For more guides, you can visit Pavtube FCP column and MTS column.