Wanna convert MTS videos to Apple ProRes on Windows? This article will teach you convert MTS to ProRes 422 codec on Windows with Brorsoft ProRes Windows Converter.
“Is Prores encoding available on windows? I need to finish my work on converting MTS videos to ProRes. But my worklap Mac is at home. And currently, there is only a PC at hand. Is it possible get ProRes codec on Windows?”
Apple’s ProRes family of codecs is integral to the workflow of many a camera these days. Whether you’re offline editing video clips or working right off camera negative, there’s a good chance you’re doing it in ProRes — which in turn means you’re probably doing it in Mac OS X. Until recently, Windows/PC users have struggled to encode in ProRes 422. Now, a piece of good news for Windows users, you can encode videos to Apple ProRes freely on PC.
Thanks to a program called Brorsoft MTS Converter, Apple ProRes codec on Windows is not an issue anymore! Here is a tutorial on how to encode your videos in the ProRes 422 format.
How to Enocde MTS to ProRes on Windows
This Windows ProRes Converter is good at encoding AVCHD .mts/.m2ts videos to Apple ProRes. Besides ProRes, it also offers optimized codecs for other NLEs, such as DNxHD for Avid, MPEG-2 for Vegas/Premiere, WMV for Windows Movie Maker, AVI for Pinnalce and so on. If you are a Mac user, then Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac is designed for you.
STEP 1. Run the ProRes Windows Converter you have downloaded; click “Add” icon to load your source video files. Or you can directly drag&drop videos into program.
STEP 2. Go to “Format” bar and choose “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format for editing footage in FCP 6/7/X.
STEP 3. If you’d like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sample rate, audio channels, pls turn to “Settings” page.
STEP 4. Tap the convert button; it will start converting MTS to ProRes .mov for importing to FCP 6/7/X instantly. After conversion, just get the generated ProRes files for natively editing in FCP 6/7/X via “Open” panel.