Camcorder to Mac Transfer, transfer Sony/Canon/JVC/Panasonic camcorder video to Mac
Many Mac users complains that they cannot transfer the recorded video files to Mac from
camcorders, like Sony Handycam, JVC Everio, and Canon FS, etc. It is not a problem to transfer
camcorder video to Mac since AVCHD Converter for Mac hits the market. You can click here to
download and install the software on Mac OS from the AVCHD Converter for Mac product
AVCHD Converter for Mac is must-have program for dealing with the recorded movies by
camcorders. Now, with the program, you can transfer camcorder video files to Mac easily, and
if necessary, to convert any camcorder video files to needed video formats on Mac OS, no matter
AVCHD video in .mts, .m2ts, .m2t formats or .mod, .tod video types.
Simplified guide on how to transfer camcorder video to Mac OS and convert camcorder
Step 1: Transfer camcorder to Mac
Plug your camcorder into the AC adaptor, then connect your camcorder to Mac via USB
plug, you'll find the recorded videos on a new drive, now you can copy the camcorder videos to
your Mac hard disk.
Step 2: Import camcorder videos
Launch AVCHD Converter for Mac, and load your camcorder video files to it for conversion.
Step 3: Output settings
Set the output video format and the path to save the final video files. On Mac, QuickTime
movie .mov, .mp4, .dv are better choices.
Step 4: Convert camcorder videos
Hit "Start" button, you'll get new movies within a few seconds or minutes, which depends on the