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    Re: video formats: Mac and Panasonic HDTV

    Quote Originally Posted by ctawn View Post
    How does one transfer videos to a mac? I just took one AVCHD and it does not download in iPhoto. Browsing the SD card in the Finder reveals a "private" folder with a bunch of files apparently related to video but nothing I can decipher.

    I also inserted the SD card into the slot of a Panasonic HD Plasma TV and to my surprise, the TV didn't seem to recognize it either! I wonder if it would if I connected the camera directly with the mini HDMI and Viera Link?

    Help appreciated.
    Pavtube HD Video Converter for MAC.The program was recommended to me by a local woman who specializes in Mac computers as I was having problems downloading from my new video camera to my software program. The conversion speed and quality are very good. It was so easy to use. I I can say it was very easy to figure out right away and I really appreciate that.

    Link: http://www.pavtube.com/hd-video-converter-mac/

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    Re: video formats: Mac and Panasonic HDTV

    Have you read my previous post about using imovie?
    Also, Bear confirmed that he does this way!

    Cheers, Rob

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    Re: video formats: Mac and Panasonic HDTV

    You have to use iMovie to view / playback your AVCHD Lite files.

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    Re: video formats: Mac and Panasonic HDTV

    you can try leawo hd video converter for mac. This versatile HD video converter also comes with handy video edit features, e.g. HD video length trim, HD video size crop, multiple video merge, watermarks creation and video effect adjustments. For professionals, the software covers more advanced conversion settings: video bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio channel, etc.

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    http://www.leawo.com/mac-hd-video-converter/

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    Re: video formats: Mac and Panasonic HDTV

    VLC for the Mac also plays the GF1 videos. If you plug your camera into your TV using HDMI cable it should find the movies. Mine look great this way played through a Sony TV.

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    Re: video formats: Mac and Panasonic HDTV

    try avchd converter mac version for a conversion to another format mp4 mov

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