Convert AVCHD 3D Progressive Files
How to convert AVCHD 3D Progressive on Windows and Mac
For most of us, AVCHD 3D Progressive may be new to us, it is a new AVCHD format introduced on July 1, 2011 accompanied by the introduction of AVCHD 3D and AVCHD Progressive which adding new specifications for 3D and 1080/60p, 50p.
AVCHD 3D Progressive is difficult to deal with, to make full use of your AVCHD 3D Progressive files on your Windows and Mac computer, you need to find a powerful, professional and easy to use application to help you import/transfer AVCHD 3D Progressive files to Windows and Mac
AVCHD 3D Progressive Converter is able to convert AVCHD, AVCHD Lite, AVCHD 3D, AVCHD Progressive and AVCHD 3D/Progressive videos to popular AVI, WMV, MPG, MP4 files for playback on Windows Media Player, edit in Windows Movie Maker, Sony Vegas or playback on portable devices on Windows (Windows 7, XP, Vista, 2000)
Mac users can try Mac AVCHD 3D Progressive Converter to convert AVCHD, MTS, MXF files etc to Mac friendly MOV, MP4, DV etc files for editing in iMovie, Final Cut Pro, watching on Apple devices, iPhone, iPad, iPod, Apple TV etc and other devices or uploading to website YouTube, Myspace for sharing on Mac (OS X Mountain Lion included)
Guide on how to convert AVCHD 3D Progressive on Mac
Import AVCHD 3D Progressive files
Click "Add Files" button to load as many AVCHD 3D Progressive files as you like into Mac AVCHD Converter
Choose output format and directory
Click the drop-down list of "Convert To" to select your desired output format, and then, click the drop-down list of "Save To" to select a directory to save your converted files
Convert AVCHD 3D Progressive on Mac
Click "Convert" to begin transcoding AVCHD 3D Progressive files
More about AVCHD 3D, AVCHD Progressive and AVCHD 3D Progressive
AVCHD now supports a true 3D mode. Panasonic started shipping 3D cameras using 'side by side' encoding in 2010 and Sony joined the 3D race in March 2011 with Full HD 3D which means two video channels are used. The Sony approach uses a 50i or 60i video stream capturing 25 or 30 interlaced frames per second, per side
The AVCHD is a format system-on-high definition camcorders and digital cameras that describes a specification. Lately, the system had preconceptions as there had been "recorded" in a form format of new developments on video downloads at 50p (progressive). Panasonic again was first with this format to the camcorder market and now Sony camcorders support 50p and 60p shooting.
It may be 3D 50p and 60p support 3D progressive (3D/50p), so that each video channel (one for each eye) is a progressive video stream.