How to import Panasonic HDC 1080p AVCHD to iMovie 11 for editing?

I bought my first camcorder - a Panasonic HDC-SD90 - to record 1080/60p HD videos for personal/biz use. My goal was to do simple editing these recording footages with iMovie. But AVCHD files are grayed out when I try to import them. “ (from

Do you have the same problem as above, when you record Full HD 1080/60p videos with Panasonic HDC camcorder? In fact, you only need to convert AVCHD to iMovie supported format for solving it.

Panasonic HDC AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac is a powerful Panasonic HDC footages converting software. Using it, you can convert 1080p AVCHD footages to iMovie supported MP4, MOV, DV, etc on Mac. Then you can easily import AVCHD video to iMovie 08/09/11 for further video optimizing. Then learn the simple steps guide foe converting AVCHD to iMovie on Mac.

Learn the guide for converting Panasonic HDC AVCHD to iMovie 08/09/11

(37.4MB) Only $35 Windows Version

Free download HD Video Converter for Mac, then install and run it, an attractive interface will pop up.

1: Add Panasonic HDC AVCHD files
Click “Add” icon to batch import 1080p AVCHD footages from your Mac or camcorder to the software.

import Panasonic HDC AVCHD files for iMovie

2: Choose output format
From the drop down list of “Profile”, you can choose MOV, MP4, DV, HDV, Prores, etc which are supported by iMovie 08/09/11.

Choose iMovie 11 format for Panasonic hdc

3: Convert AVCHD to iMovie
At last, click “Convert” button to start converting Panasonic HDC AVCHD footages to iMovie format, then you can import the converted AVCHD movies to iMovie 11 for editing.

(37.4MB) Only $35 Windows Version

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