The current versions of Vegas Pro like 9 and 10 have added support for most consumer AVCHD camcorders, including 1920×1080 formats. But in practical operating, there are still many problems bothering Sone Vegas users. Different AVCHD video files adopt different codec parameters, which may cause incompatibility of your AVCHD videos and Sony Vegas program. When you are trying to import AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas for editing, you may find errors or freezes in the program, not to say that the Vegas Pro 8 and precious versions do not support AVCHD/MTS/MOD import. To import AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas and edit AVCHD/MTS/MOD with Sony Vegas, you need to convert AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas videos like AVI/DIVX/XVID/WMV/MPEG.
Leawo AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Vegas Convertercould easily convert AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas compatible videos and let you freely import AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas for editing. This AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Vegas converter could also convert videos other than AVCHD/MTS/MOD, like WMV, FLV, 3GP, etc. to Sony Vegas videos for free editing. With this AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Vegas converter, you can freely convert and edit AVCHD/MTS/MOD with Sony Vegas.
Import source video files to Vegas Converter
Activate Leawo AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas converter and import source video files to Sony Vegas converter for converting by clicking Add Video button.
Specify output profile
Click Profile to select proper output profile for Sony Vegas, say AVI from Common Video group within this AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas converter.
- You can change output parameters through settings button: Bit Rate, Video Size, Frame Rate, etc. If you favor your own settings and want to keep them, just save them as a new profile.
Convert AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas
Start to convert AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas videos within this AVCHD/MTS/MOD to Sony Vegas converter by clicking convert button.
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Platfrom: Windows 7/Vista/XP
Sony Vegas is a professional video editing software package for non-linear editing systems (NLE) originally published by Sonic Foundry, now owned and run by Sony Creative Software. Originally developed as an audio editor, it eventually developed into an NLE for video and audio from version 2.0. Vegas features real-time multitrack video and audio editing on unlimited tracks, resolution-independent video sequencing, complex effects and compositing tools, 24-bit/192 kHz audio support, VST and DirectX plug-in effect support, and Dolby Digital surround sound mixing. It runs on Microsoft Windows XP (XP x64 not supported), Vista and 7.