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Burn and Convert Sony HDR SR11 MTS Videos
« on: May 28, 2011, 12:04:44 AM »

Sony’s HDR-SR11 Handycam camcorder has everything you need for a superior video and photo experience. Its Face Detection technology, made possible by the ClearVid CMOS sensor (with Exmor technology) and BIONZ? image processor, helps make sure people look their best in videos and photos. Capture extremely detailed video in Full 1920 x 1080 High Definition resolution, as well as stunning 10.2 megapixel still photos. All of this make Sony HDR-SR11 as an old outstanding Model in the family.

After enjoying the wonderful tours or travels or coming back from vacations, you must have myriads of masterpieces shot by Sony HDR-SR11 camcorder. So what about burning the Sony HDR-SR11 MTS videos o DVDs? After burning to DVD discs, you could freely enjoy them on your HDTV and even send them to your friends or family members far away. Here I would like to introduce you the way to convert Sony HDR-SR11 MTS to DVD for burning with iMovie and iDVD. Perhaps still many of you are confused about it, and we hope the following tutorial can help you.


Tutorial - How to convert Sony HDR-SR11 MTS for iMovie & export to iDVD for burning

Required software: iMovie, iDVD, Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac

Procedure1: Convert Sony HDR-SR11 MTS to HD .MOV for iMovie

Step 1: Import videos to Brorsoft HDR-SR11 Converter for Mac
After installing and launching Brorsoft HDR SR11 Converter, connect your Sony HDR-SR11 to your iMac/Macbook and copy the videos to hard drive. Click the "Add" button on the top tool bar to select the videos or drag & drop them into the program.

Step 2: Choose HD .MOV as the output video format for iMovie
Click the arrow of the drop-down menu as "Format" options. Several iMovie 8/9 supportable video formats are available in the program. We recommend you to choose "HD Video" section for "H.264 HD Video (*.mov)" as the output video format for importing to iMovie.

Step 3: Start the Sony HDR-SR11 MTS to MOV Conversion
Click the "convert" button to start converting MTS footages to HDV. The conversion process will take you a few minutes, please wait for a while.


After a few minutes, the output .MOV videos are prepared for you in the destination folder to deal with iMovie. By now, the program MTS to DVD Converter for Mac has already finished all its job...

Procedure 2: Import & edit the converted Sony HDR-SR11 footage to iMovie
In the “File” menu, click “Import” to load the HDV files. And then follow the way to make your home videos now. Choose “File” -> New from the menu and name the project. If the footage is widescreen, please ensure that you choose the “Widescreen (16:9)” option.

Procedure 3: Export the edited videos from iMovie to iDVD
When you are positively sure your project is complete and you have added your Chapters, you are ready to export to iDVD. Once you export, you CANNOT make any changes in iMovie. iDVD immediately begins encoding your project for burning onto a DVD-R. So, although iMovie must remain open while the iDVD project is encoding, you cannot make any changes to it.
Step 1:Save your iMovie project.
Step 2:Select the iDVD tab.
Step 3:Click the "Create IDVD Project" button.
Step 4:iDVD will open automatically.

All is done now and hope the guide could be helpful to you. For more information please refer to:
Burn Sony HDR-SR11 MTS to DVD with HDR-SR11 Converter for Mac
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« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2011, 12:07:54 AM »

Three years ago, I bought Sony HDR-SR11 Camcorder as my birthday present. And I have been happy with it by recording my memories in university. It gave me the best of both worlds. The Sony HDR-SR11 records High Definition 1920 x 1080 video direct to the internal 60GB Hard Disk Drive or to removable Memory Stick. Using HD Long Play (1440x1080) I can record up to 22 hours of footage before needing to export to external storage.

However, I had problems capturing video from a Sony HDR-SR11 AVCHD camera. FCP could not locate the camera and I didn’t know if it was a setting or a connection issue. I stored the full 1920*1080P AVCHD videos on an Internal Hard Drive on the camera. It appears the only way to connect it to FCP is through a USB port. Afterwards I was told that I needed to use Log & Transfer, rather than Log & Capture for USB import. It worked but I came across another problem, that the Sony HDR-SR11 AVCHD file type is not FCP native format. Hence I sought for the right third party software that can make AVCHD files editable in Final Cut Pro. Luckily I found Brorsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac to convert HDR-SR11 AVCHD Video to .MOV for FCP.
 
In the following article, I will show you how to use the software in detail.

STEP BY STEP Tutorial - How to transcode AVCHD to MOV

Preparation: Connect Sony HDR-SR11 camcorder to iMac/Macbook
Connect Sony HDR-SR11 camcorder to iMac/Macbook though the USB port. Import the AVCHD footage from Sony HDR-SR11 Internal Hard Drive to Apple hard drive.

Step 1: Import videos to Brorsoft HDR-SR11 Converter for Mac.
Download and install the best HDR-SR11 Converter for Mac. Run the program and hit the "Add" button on the top tool bar to import the videos you would like to convert. You can drag several AVCHD videos recorded by the camcorder to the program one by one. All the imported videos will be listed in the box.

Step 2: Select MOV as the output video format.
Click “Format” drop-down menu. Navigate to "Common Video" section for "MOV-QuickTime (*.mov)" as the output video format. It is a editing software friendly format including Final Cut Pro. Click the “Export to” button to specify your destination folder where the output file belongs to.

Tips: Do confirmation in “settings” button when you want to put the converted file into FCP. Xvid is the right output codec rather than h.264. In, general, the program would export files with Xvid as default codec automatically.

Step 3: Start the Sony HDR-SR11 AVCHD to MOV conversion
Click the "convert" button to start converting HDR-SR11 AVCHD footage to MOV-QuickTime. Once all the above steps finished, the Final Cut Pro acceptable MOV files are prepared for you in the destination folder. Now, go to use FCP to edit your own masterpiece!

PS.
Brorsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac is a professional primary editing software as well as an AVCHD to MOV converter. Click the “Editor” button on the right hand of “Add”. You are also able do trimming, cropping, watermarking, adjusting contrast, brightness, saturation, deinterlacing(if you need) and audio replacing before the conversion begin.
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