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Summary: If you are having troubles while loading AVCHD footage shot on a Panasonic HC-X920 3D Camcorder in iMovie/FCE for further editing. you may wish to read this article. It elaborates a workaround to help you import Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD files to iMovie/FCE smoothly by transcoding Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD .mts files to Apple InterMediate Codec, the favorite editing format of iMovie and FCE.

The Panasonic HC-X920 Full HD Camcorder features three back-illuminated MOS sensors (3MOS) with an effective size of approximately 1/4" each and records Full HD 1080/60p video in the AVCHD format. The 12x Leica Dicomar zoom lens has a fast max aperture of f/1.5 and a 35mm equivalent of approximately 29.8-399.2mm, and the optical zoom is supplemented by an 25x Intelligent Zoom. Built-in Wi-Fi enables real time streaming and remote control via a smartphone or tablet. Other features include a 3.5" LCD touchscreen monitor, Five Axis Hybrid OIS, 5.1-channel surround sound, and iA Plus Mode.

Panasonic HC-X920 Camcorder Features:

1080p Full HD Recording

3D Recording/Playback

Built-in Wireless WiFi

12x Optical Zoom

Wide Angle Lens

EVF Viewfinder

Built-in 32gb

Manual Controls

24p Progressive Mode

60p Progressive Mode


Uses SDHC/SDXC Memory Cards

Optical Image Stabilization

3MOS 1/2.3-inch imagers

If you are a Panasonic HC-X920 camcorder user, you may have recorded a lot of 1080p AVCHD videos, the recordings are in .mts format, when you try to load Panasonic HC-X920 to iMovie' 11/9/8 or Final Cut Express for editing, you will find that Panasonic HC-X920 recorded AVCHD MTS files are not supported, the iMovie/FCE can?t recognize the AVCHD MTS files recorded by Panasonic HC-X920, now you meet with importing and editing issue. How to import Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD files to iMovie/FCE? the best way is to convert Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD MTS video to iMovie/FCE natively supported codec or format.

To import Panasonic HC-X920 1080-60p AVCHD files to iMovie or FCE for editing, Here you will need a Panasonic HC-X920 Video Converter, we recommend you to take a try on Top HD Video Converter for Mac, this is the best Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD MTS converter on the market, nearly all the AVCHD MTS files are supported, besides AVCHD MTS format, it also supports MKV, AVI, WMV, FLV, M2TS, MXF, MOV or other formats. There are many optimized formats in the software, for example, it has native output formats AIC codec for iMovie/FCE, DNxHD codec for Avid Media Composer, Apple ProRes codec for FCP X, etc. it can also convert AVCHD MTS files to Android tablets, Android smartphones, iPhone, iPad, HDTVs, etc. now please free download this Panasonic HC-X920 video converter by clicking the download button.

How to convert Panasonic HC-X920 1080-60p AVCHD MTS to iMovie/FCE?

Step 1. Install and run this HD Video Converter for Mac as a Panasonic HC-X920 60p AVCHD Video Converter for Mac. When its main interface comes up, click 'Add File' to load your source media.

Step 2. Choose output format
From 'Profile' list, choose 'Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC)(*.mov) as output format under 'iMovie and Final Cut Express' column.

1. If you want to combine several Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD clips into one, please tick the box ?Merge? in settings;
2. If you?ve loaded a number of video clips to do batch conversion, please do remember ticking off ?Apply to All? option before you start.
3. This Panasonic HC-X920 MTS Converter for Mac also includes the editing function to let you trim, crop, edit audio, add 3D effect, add watermark and subtitles before conversion.

Step 3. Custom video and audio settings (optional)

Step 4. Click Convert button to start converting Panasonic HC-X920 AVCHD MTS to iMovie/FCE. Once the conversion process is complete, click 'Open Folder' button to get the generated AIC MOV files for editing in Final Cut Express or iMovie with optimum performance.

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