MPEG transport stream (TS) is a standard format for transmission and storage of audio, video, and data, and is used in broadcast systems such as DVB and ATSC. Maybe you have some .ts videos or TS files and want to editing them on iMovie on Mac.
Final Cut Express, non-linear video editing application created by Apple Inc, is the relatively inexpensive consumer version of a professional video editng suite. Final Cut Express gives you the capability to synchronize images and sound, add special effects, and export projects as standalone videos in a variety of formats. Final Cut Express accepted video: MOV (*.MOV), DV Format (*.DV) and MPEG-4 Movie (*.MP4) , but no support for .ts files.
If you got a bunch of files end with .ts extension and want to edit TS with Final Cut Express, the best way to edit your TS files on FCE will be converting them to formats that are perfectly supported by FCE. TS to FCE Converter is the perfectly right tool for users who cannot import TS to FCE on Mac.
Easy steps: TS to Final Cut Express converting tutorial
Step 1: Add TS video
Go to download and install the best to make the transcoding task without quality loss. Then launch the software to import your .ts clips to Mac TS to AIC Converter.
Step 2: Select the right output format
Click on the Format box to choose iMovie and Final Cut Express-> Apple InterMediate Codec (AIC) (*.mov) for FCE.
Step 3: Convert TS to FCE MOV
Hit the Convert button; it will convert TS to FCE on Mac immediately.
When the conversion finished, you can directly import the output AIC MOV files to Final Cut Express for editing and make your movies. The importing needn't any rendering because the AIC MOV is one of the compatible video formats on Mac OS X Lion.
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