AVCHD Converter For Mac: Key Features

AVCHD Converter from Aiseesoft is software for Mac that can convert many video and audio formats to AVCHD and vice versa. Apart from conversion, the software also has quite a few video editing and enhancing features. The key features of this software are as follows.

Conversion Features

AVCHD Converter accepts a wide variety of video formats for input and they include VOB, MPEG, MP4, DAT, TS, M4V, RMVB, RM, MKV, ASF, WMV, FLV, 3G2, SWF, 3GP, AVI, DV, MOV, QT, TOD, MOD, MPV and HD version of TS, MTS, MP4, WMV, MOV, H.264 and RM.  

Audio can be taken from AVCHD or other video formats and be converted to MP3, AAC, MP2, AIFF, AU, OGG, RAM, RM, M4A, FLAC, APE, NUT, WMA, WAV and AC3. These formats are also mutually convertible by this software. The software also supports multiple conversions to various formats at a single time.

Editing Features

AVCHD Converter enables you to trim your footage and remove sections which are not wanted. This process can be executed by dragging the slider bar or setting the timing of the section to be removed. The Merge feature allows joining of various segments or videos into one file. The interface also allows choosing a particular audio track and adding of subtitles to your output.

Output Enhancements

The software provides various controls for setting optimum audio and video parameters for output and they include encoding, bit rate, sample rate, frame rate, channels and resolution. The settings of parameters can be made into various profiles which can be repeatedly used whenever required. AVCHD Converter uses deinterlacing technology to reduce jaggedness of images which can occur while interlacing. Other parameters like saturation, brightness and contrast can also be adjusted to get good results.

Preview and Watermarking

The preview feature of the software lets you view both the source and output videos at the same time so that you can see the changes that have taken place during edits. AVCHD Converter also provides features for watermarking in text or picture to restrict your video from unauthorized use.