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Thursday, May 19, 2016

Best avchd to YouTube Converter for Windows and Mac

AVCHD is a tapeless high definition recording format used by many consumer camcorders. After you take some AVCHD videos with your Sony, Panasonic or Canon camera, and try to share the funny clips on YouTube, two things may confuse you should be: “Is AVCHD supported by YouTube?” and “Will the high definition video effect be lost after the uploading?”.

Though YouTube supports a very wide variety of video codecs, audio codecs and container formats, you still can not upload your AVCHD file to YouTube.

You Should Well-Known YouTube Supported Video Formats in Details Before Converting and Uploading AVCHD to YouTube Video

YouTube supported video formats:

MP4, WebM files (VP8 video codec and Vorbis audio codec), MPEG4, 3GPP and MOV files - (typically supporting h264 and MPEG4 video codecs and AAC audio codec), WMV, FLV (Adobe - FLV1 video codec, MP3 audio), AVI (many cameras output this format - typically the video codec is MJPEG and audio is PCM), MPEG-PS (typically supporting MPEG2 video codec and MP2 audio).

Well, firstly, AVCHD is not among the recommended file types for uploading by YouTube. You are very likely to receive an invalid file format error message. Secondly, YouTube will downgrade the video. Therefore, to upload AVCHD to YouTube, you’d better convert the videos to a YouTube friendly format, such as MP4, FLV, AVI, WMV, MOV, and 3GP. Pavtube (HD) Video Converter and Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate can convert AVCHD MTS/M2TS video to all the video formats above for uploading to YouTube except MPEG-PS.

More details or more features of the Pavtube Video Converter - the ability of convert AVCHD to YouTube

Best AVCHD to YouTube Converter
Products pavtube video converter Pavtube HD Video Converter Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate
Pavtube Video Converter Pavtube HD Video Converter Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate
Inpuut Supported
Other Common Format Y Y Y
Output Format Support (4k included)
Other Youtube Supported Format Y Y Y
Additonal Function
Trim & Crop Video Y Y Y
Merge & Split Video Y Y Y
Adjust Video bitrate/size Y Y Y
Batch Conversion Y Y Y
GPU or Multicore Acceleration(Windows Olnly) Y Y Y
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How to Convert avchd to YouTube Compatible Formats

Pick one of the AVCHD to YouTube Converter you need and follow the step guide below, here we choose Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac as example, other two have the same steps besides the tiny difference in interface. Here we go.

Step 1. Load AVCHD files

Click “Load Videos” to load video source or just drag the media files into the main window.

Step 2. Choose YouTube Compatible Formats As the Output Format

Click the "Profile" button and in the drop down list select the YouTube compatible format. You have many choices like "H.264 High Profile Video (*.mp4)" from the "Common Video" category; HD MP4 from "H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)" or “FLV-Flash Video format (*.flv)” from “HD Video” category.

Step 3. Simple edit the AVCHD video.

Most of you guys must have the desire of a further editing with your output videos, right? On the main interface, ‘Edit’ is waiting for you. ‘Trim’ to decide where to start and where to end, ‘Crop’ to cut some unwanted clips, ‘Subtitles’ to add some explanations to your audience.

Step 4. Start the conversion from AVCHD to YouTube

Click "Convert" button to complete the conversion process from AVCHD to YouTube. And then you can upload the converted exporting video to YouTube.


Pick any one of the AVCHD to YouTube Video Converter list above, you can convert any AVCHD (MTS or M2TS) of either standard definition (AVCHD-SD) or high definition (AVCHD 1080i) interlaced video for uploading AVCHD to YouTube for sharing or editing AVCHD recorded at 1080/60p, 1080/50p or 720/60p in any video editing tools, like iMovie10/11/09/08/HD, or playing AVCHD on any devices, like iPhone, Android, iPod, iPad, etc.

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