I Need a Video Converter:

Discussion in 'Buying Tips and Advice' started by Ray&Paula, Feb 17, 2017.

  1. Ray&Paula macrumors regular

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    Hi, I have an enormous amount of m2t formated video's. I want to convert them to .mov for FCPX. I have looked at wondershare video converter ultimate and MacX Video Converter Pro which both seem to be great converters. If you have used these and/or other converters I would like your thoughts and/or suggestions. Your help would be most appreciated. Thanks, Ray
     
  2. Ray&Paula thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thanks anyway.............. I purchased EditReady.
     
  3. kjmff5 macrumors regular

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    Oh darn, I recommend hand break. Free and effective.
     
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    tibas92013 macrumors 6502

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    I have burned over 500 original DVDs with a quality program "Mac DVD Ripper Pro".
     
  6. LorenK macrumors 6502

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    Do any of these video converter programs upconvert the video source like my Samsung dvd player does for playback, i.e. make a 480 look like a 1080?
     
  7. Fishrrman macrumors G5

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    "upconvert the video source like my Samsung dvd player does for playback, i.e. make a 480 look like a 1080?"

    You can't get high-quality results from inferior source material.
    The "data" (bits) just ain't there.

    A little improvement, perhaps.

    But NOTHING out there is going to make 480 "look just like" native 1080.
     
  8. kohlson macrumors 65816

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    There are several upconvertors. Red Giant Instant HD (and 4K), Adobe Premiere, and so on. In my experience, they 1) make things look better than the source, and 2) processing is very resource intensive
     

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