Sony HDR-CX210 MTS missing audio in iMovie-Solved

Encounter issues while importing Sony HDR-CX210 MTS videos in iMovie? This article will teach you how to edit Sony HDR-CX210 AVCHD .mts files in iMovie without any trouble.

I own a Sony HDR-CX210 when I import my MTS videos to iMovie ’11 the audio is missing. That’s why I am searching on Google to get Sony HDR-CX210 MTS to iMovie workflow. If you are in such similar trouble, follow this article to learn how to edit Sony HDR-CX210 AVCHD .mts files in iMovie smoothly.

As far as we know, AVCHD is not the natively supported video format of iMovie, but Apple InterMediate Codec is. In order to make your 1080i MTS/M2TS recordings from Sony HDR-CX210 editable in iMovie, the first step should be the AVCHD to AIC conversion, thus a professional and powerful AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac is vital in solving the incompatibility problem. What I used is Brorsoft MTS Converter for Mac.

It is much professional on dealing with 4K, 2K, Full HD 1080p/1080i, HD 720p and SD video files in format MTS to any codec you like for NLEs such as iMovie, FCP, Avid, Premiere and so on. Now, download the software on Mac OS X and follow the guide below to start Sony HDR-CX210 MTS to iMovie conversion.

How to Convert Sony HDR-CX210 MTS to AIC for iMovie

Step 1: Load the original file

Install and run the MTS Converter on Mac, and then click the “Add” button to import the original Sony HDR-CX210 videos to the program. You can also drag and drop to import the original videos.

Step 2: Set output format

Click the format column to select output format “iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)” as the best compatible video format for iMovie/FCE.

Tip: Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video&Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc. by clicking the Settings button on the main interface for getting the best quality.

Step 3: Start Conversion

Tap the “Convert” icon on the main interface, the conversion Sony HDR-CX210 MTS to iMovie AIC MOV will be completed soon.

After conversion, you will be able to get the output files compatible with iMovie effortlessly. Now you can import and edit the converted Sony HDR-CX210 MTS files in iMovie smoothly.

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