|Jul 9, 2012, 08:59 PM||#1|
How do you manage AVCHD?
Looking for ideas on how you guys manage AVCHD files at the mo?
I recently became a Dad (yey!) so my photo/video habits have gone from taking the occasioanal photo and near to no video, to tonnes of photos and video clips of the daughter. Now at the moment all photos go into iPhoto, not a problem, but videos are all AVCHD via my Sony NEX-5N. Prior to the iPhoto update for AVCHD I was importing everything into iMovie, then exporting as MP4 to reduce the space. But because I'm getting so many videos its becoming a pain, and I noticed that iPhoto converts AVCHD to MOV files, but I get loads of interlacing issues when playing the video in iPhoto but not if I play the file directly.
So I was wondering, how to you guys manage AVCHD files? Am I best to keep going with iMovie and exporting each time?
Early 2011 15" MBP / White iPhone 5S / TV
|avchd, imovie, iphoto, nex-5n|
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