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Summary: This post introduces the best workflow to import Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD videos to Avid MC or Premiere Pro. If you have troubles while editing AVCHD MTS clips in Avid MC or Premiere Pro. we would suggest that you convert Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD files for Avid MC or Premiere Pro. This guide tells how to do it indetail.

The Sony HDR-CX330 Full HD Handycam Camcorder features a 1/5.8" Exmor R CMOS sensor and a wide-angle Sony G lens with 30x optical zoom plus 60x Clear Image digital zoom. The CX330 captures Full HD 1920x1080 video at 60p and 9.2MP still images. SteadyShot image stabilization with Active Mode delivers smooth video, and 3-Way-Shake-Canceling adds electronic roll stability for even smoother results. Wi-Fi with NFC lets you use your smartphone or tablet to control the camera, as well as wirelessly transfer files to your mobile device for sharing, and back up data on your computer.

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"I just got a Sony HDR-CX330 Full HD camcorder, it shoots 1080p 60p HD movies in AVCHD format. I really enjoy the full HD videos; however, when I drag and import the Sony HDR-CX330 files into Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer, the two software can?t support Panasonic HC-V750 AVCHD videos, can you help me to import Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD files to Premiere and Avid MC for editing smoothly?"

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Above is a question asked by a Sony HDR-CX330 user. And we learned that this user encountered the troubles when importing Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro and Avid MC for some editing work. Here we offer the easy solution for all the Sony HDR-CX330 users who get frustrated in the trouble.

Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD video file is not the favorable format for all the non-linear editing software like FCP X, iMovie, Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 and Avid Media Composer. If you want to import Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD to editing software like Premiere and Avid MC, you will need to convert files to best supported format.

Here we recommend the professional HD Video Converter, which preserves the original video quality of your Sony HDR-CX330 footages while converting them to MOV. Besides, it is designed with some useful editing function, including merging video clips into one, adding text/imgae/video watermarks, customizing the often-used output format, replacing original audio tracks, deinterlacing 1080i videos, spliting large-size videos, etc.

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Importing Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD footage to Premiere Pro and Avid MC

Follow these steps:
Step 1: Run the best Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD Converter, and load Sony HDR-CX330 60p AVCHD files to the software. You can click either 'Add File' button to load source .mts files. If you want to combine the loaded AVCHD clips into one file, simply tick off the checkbox before "Merge into one file" in settings.



Step 2. Select output format
1. For Avid, Avid Symphony and Avid NewCutter
From the Profile bar, choose 'Avid DNxHD 1080p (*.mov)' as output format under 'Avid Media Composer' column.



2. For Adobe Premiere Pro CC, CS6, CS5
From the Profile bar, choose 'MPEG-2 (*.mov)' as output format under' Adobe Premiere' column.

Note: 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.

Step 3. If you want to locate your videos quickly, click Browse. The 'Settings' icon will meet your requirements of adjusting video bitrate, frame rate and so on.

Step 4: Click the Convert button, the Sony HDR-CX330 converter will start the Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD to Adobe Premiere Pro or Avid Media Composer conversion immediately.

After the conversion, you can get the re-encoded Sony HDR-CX330 videos for Adobe Premiere or Avid Media Composer from the output folder effortlessly. Now, you are able to edit Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD in Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 and Avid Media Composer without rendering or any other problem.

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In order to import Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD videos to Avid MC or Premiere Pro for editing purpose. You will need to convert the Sony video footage to MOV file format. For this you will need Sony camcorder converter ? with this tool you can easily convert Sony HDR-CX330 AVCHD videos to Avid MC or Premiere Pro supported video format.

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