Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Rewrap/Convert FCP projects to MKV, MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, MPG, etc. or Free burn FCP projects to DVD on Mac

Description: If you want to convert projects from FCP to MKV, MP4, WMV, AVI, MOV, MPG, VOB, FLV, etc. for playing, burning, editing, sharing and so on, this article will give you instruction. Follow this article to find the solution.

Final Cut Pro is a professional editing program developed by Macromedia Inc. and later Apple Inc. Many Mac users prefer to use FCP to create individual videos for sharing with family and friends and export videos as Apple ProRes 4444, Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 (LT), and Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy).

Do you want to convert FCP projects to MP4 or MKV for playing them in some mobile devices, tend to convert to WMV or AVI for sharing with your friends who use Windows Media Player on PC, or transcode to H264 MOV for more portable devices? When you search a solution in Google, you will find much third-party software can do conversion.

Free software like Handbreak may be your first choice. After trying it, you will be disappointed that the output video looks fine but the audio is out of sync. At this time, Turning to Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac will bring you good-quality output videos without any video and audio out of sync issue. And easy-to-use workflow and fast conversion speed will provide you great customer experience. Now let me show you how to convert FCP projects.

Note: Trial version before purchase can help you to test all the functions, but there will be Pavtube watermark in the middle of output videos, which is the difference form retail version. Download it according to different Mac OS.


Make preparation: Export videos with Final Cut Pro

When you have finished editing the video with Final Cut Pro, export it to MOV files. Hit “File” option and then go to “Export”, choose QuickTime Movies.

1. Import FCP projects

After you get the FCP output files successfully, launch HD Video Converter for Mac and then choose to locate the projects into the program by clicking “Add video” or “Add from folder”. 

And there is an easier way that is to directly drag the projects into the program, which allows you to load multiple projects at one time. It loads files quickly and the dialogue box of progress will give you timely state of loading.

Tips: If your videos are different segments and you want to joint them into one output file, at this time, you can go to select the desired segment titles and then check Merge into one file button on the interface. In this way, you will get a big combined file.

2. Choose video format for output

This program offers you a variety of video formats in the “Format” dropdown list. Many common portable devices and editing software are listed. If you do not want to choose the devices, “HD Video”, “Common Video” and more options can give you more choices. Just choose the one you need from the list.

Tips: Sometimes you may think too many video formats listed is inconvenient because some options you won’t use at all. Don’t worry; you can remove some formats and customize the list according to your own need. 

3. Adjust the output parameters (Optional)

This step is optional. If you are not good at settings, keep the system built-in settings will as give you great target videos. However, if you want to change codec, bitrate, frame rate, and so on, here is right for you. Click “Settings” to set them.

4. Convert FCP projects.

Before starting conversion, you may need to set the location of output videos in Browse. Now, hit the “Convert” button to get started. Then Open output folder to get the generated videos.

Tips: If you need to convert so many videos with big file size, you can not bear waiting for a long time when you are in a hurry to go out or go to bed. Just one click will solve the problem for you:

Go to check “Shut down the computer after conversion” and then you can go to do everything else. The computer will shut down automatically after completed conversion.


It is an all-in-one program that many other videos besides FCP projects can be converted with this program.

What’s more, you can free burn FCP projects to DVD on Mac by Pavtube Free DVD Creator for Mac. (Here is a guide)

You can have a try when you need. Now please enjoy the output video.

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Best Free DVD Ripper and Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate from Pavtube Studio

August 14. 2013 - To provide better customer experience, Pavtube Studio releases three free software: Free DVD RipperDVD Ripper for MacFree Video DVD Converter Ultimate, for converting various DVDs and videos.

Click here to get free converter:

Clients are free to use any of them to rip and convert the favorite DVD collection to many video formats so as to protect DVD from being ruined. And video users need to use Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate to convert a large variety of HD videos and the latest DVD movie to common formats used to playback, sharing, backing up, burning or editing.

Mutual key features:
  • Convert and backup any DVD: Users can rip and convert both common DVD and commercial DVD with copyright protection.
  • Convert and backup DVD to MOV/MKV/AVI/WMV, etc: Users can choose to convert to MOV for sharing it with friends in blog, to MKV for watching in VLC Player, or to WMV for editing with Windows Movie Maker, and so on.
  • Merge/split/trim/crop DVD: Users are able to simply edit the video before conversion including merging multiple videos into one file, cutting off the ads of DVD, adding subtitles to source videos, etc.
  • DVD volume adjusting: Users can adjust video and audio parameters, such as bitrate, size, frame rate, etc, according to different requirement. In this way, users can change the size of target files.

One more feature of Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate:
  • Convert any videos including Tivo conversion: Videos users can choose it to convert different videos.

They are very easy-to-use and will provide you high-quality videos with sync of audio and video. And at the same time, Pavtube studio also announces the upgrade version with more function. Clients can get more great experience of upgrade version.

More highlights in upgrade version:
  • Full Disk Copy: DVD users can 1:1 backup of DVD with original structure and chapter marks preserved and use it to create ISO files or DVD discs.
  • Directly Copy: DVD collectors can backup the intact main movie of DVD removing menu and some promotional clips, which is helpful to save DVD in smaller size and enjoy DVD movies with less time.
  • Output MP4 files: Clients can put it onto many popular portable devices, like iPad, iPhone, Samsung Table, Samsung S4, etc, to carry them anywhere. On the long way to go to work or on boring railway in travel, watching a favorite DVD movie is the best way to kill time.
  • Conversion to various editing software: Clients can choose to output to Sony Vegas, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, iMovie, etc for editing. With it, Clients can edit some DVD clips for educational activities or corporate videos, or edit some videos for posting to some video sharing website like Youtube or sharing with family.

Clients are free to download free software:

Pricing and Availability for upgrade version:

Upgrade version of Free DVD Ripper and Free DVD Ripper for Mac costs $35(USD), and upgrade version of Free Video DVD Converter Ultimate costs $49(USD). Clients can purchase them by Paypal, credit card, phone and so on. What's more, like us on Facebook can get 20% off upgrade discount.

Clients can try the free trial version only with watermarks in the middle of output video.

About Company:

Founded in the year of 2007, Pavtube is relatively young but it never lacks passion and creativity as well as hard working. They create expert multimedia software applications that help consumers simply access, transfer and share their digital contents across different devices that range from PC, Mac, tablets, smartphones, to HD media players, game consoles, and home theaters.

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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Adobe After Effects CS6: Sony XDCAM EX Readability Glitch (Solution: Reboot)

While editing an Adobe Premiere CS6 project based on XDCAM-EX footage (from an EX3), I thought I'd enhance the footage in After Effects (where more sophisticated enhancement effects than in Premiere are available). Should be easy I thought, taking advantage of the CS6 suite's Dynamic Link feature.

In Premiere, I selected the relevant clip and did [RightClick > Replace With After Effects Composition]. As expected, this opened After Effects, with the appropriate dynamic link to Premiere…


All I got on the Preview in After Effects, and indeed back in Premiere,  was Color Bars. I assumed this indicated some kind of failure in After Effects.

Naively, I concluded that, on my system at least, After Effects CS6 could not read XDCAM-EX. A brief web-search (further below) revealed user experiences and video convertor article-adverts implying that I was not alone with this problem. But an Adobe blog entry suggested that no such problem existed in AE CS6 and some and Adobe documentation (pdf) said so explicitly. For the moment then, I was confused…

Then I rebooted and tried again. This time it worked. I succeeded in making AE projects both by directly importing the footage (as mp4 files) in AE and via Dynamic Link from Premier.

The direct import dialog was slightly weird though: it claimed it was listing "All Acceptable Files" but these included not only [.mp4] files but also e.g. [.smi] files, which, when I selected one of these it complained: "…unsupported filetype or extension". Incidentally, the reason I tried it at all was that XDCAM-EX is a spanned format, where a single recording can be spanned/split/spread over multiple [.mp4] files. Furthermore, there can be an overlap of content from one [.mp4] to the next (in a span), so in principle (I haven't tried it), simply placing one [.mp4] after another on the timeline would give rise to a (short) repetition at each transition (from one [.mp4] to the next).

But this is already over-long for a single blog-post, so I'll deal with that issue in a separate post.


1. Google: XDCAM After Effects CS6

Jason Bullock    After Effects CS6 doesn't read EX1 XDCam footage
(by Jason Bullock on Oct 26, 2012 at 12:18:36 am)

Ever since I got CS6, After Effects cannot read my XDCam from my EX1. Premiere sees it just fine. But whether I try to do a direct import or use Dynamic Link, After Effects doesn't display it. All I see are color bars. Has anyone else had this problem and figured it out?

2. PavTube is a mediaconvertor (rewrapper/transcoder)

Since XDCAM isn't the greatest thing to use in After Effects, the following guide will show you how to transcode Sony XDCAM HD MXF, IMX files into Adobe After Effects CS4/CS5/CS6 preferred format for editing.

Using Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, you can press "Convert" button to start rewrapping Sony XDCAM files to MOV for AE. The Windows version is Video Converter Ultimate.
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Once the conversion process is done, click "Open" button to get the generated MOV files for using in Adobe After Effects CS4/CS5/CS6.

3. Can't import the MXF files from your Sony XDCAM, Canon XF or Panasonic P2 professional camcorder to AE? The reason is that the MXF container format contains data encoded using various compression and encodingschemes.

After Effects can only import some kinds ofdata contained within MXF files. Therefore, to successfully import MXF to Adobe AfterEffects, it is essential for you to convert Sony XDCAM/XDCAM HD/XDCAM EX, Canon XF, Panasonic P2 MXF to AE CS4/CS5/CS6 supported formats and codecs as follows:

DV (in MOV or AVI container, or as containerless DVstream)

FLV, F4V(encoded On2 VP6 video codec)

Media eXchange Format (MXF):
  • Panasonic P2 using the AVC-Intra 50, AVC-Intra 100, DV, DVCPRO,DVCPRO50, and DVCPRO HD codecs.
  • XDCAM HD files in MXF format with OP1format with MPEG-2compression codec.

MPEG-1, MPEG-2, and MPEG-4 formats: MPEG, MPE, MPG, M2V, MPA, MP2, M2A, MPV, M2P, M2T, M2TS (AVCHD), AC3, MP4, M4V, M4AQuickTime (MOV; 16 bpc, requires QuickTime)

Video for Windows (AVI, WAV; requires QuickTime onMac OS)

Windows Media File (WMV, WMA, ASF; Windows only)

XDCAM HD and XDCAM EX (Sony XDCAM HD assets record to MXF files and Sony XDCAM EX assets stored as essence files with the .mp4 filename extension in aBPAV directory).
  (…but that last one is what the EX3 records ok but that AE would not accept… so I was expecting here a format to rewrap or transcode it to…)


In After Effects CS6, you can now run aerender or use the watch folder functionality in a non-royalty-bearing mode, without activating the render-only instances of the application.

In this non-royalty-bearing mode, the following codec-specific features are disabled:

decoding and encoding (import and export) of MPEG-2 video, including formats that are based on MPEG-2 video: XDCAM EX, XDCAM HD and other formats in MXF OP1a containers, and HDV
decoding of AC3 / Dolby Digital audio, which is used in AVCHD media

If you want to enable these royalty-bearing codecs, you need to activate After Effects on each rendering computer, meaning that you need to enter a serial number after installation.

{Huh? My After Effects is activated, and being used directly, not as a render-service. So presumably it ought to understand XDCAM-EX?}

5. Google: XDCAM After Effects CS6 Spanned

Adobe After Effects supports the same XDCAM formats as Adobe Premiere Pro.



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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Converting Sony Alpha A57 AVCHD MTS to iMovie compatible codec on Mac OS X

Summary: If you meet the incompatibility while importing Sony Alpha A57 AVCHD 1080p MTS footage to iMovie, I recommend a solution for you. With the professional AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac, you can easily transcode Sony A57 AVCHD MTS files to iMovie compatible AIC MOV fotmat.

Q: "I recently bought a new Sony Alpha 57 camera. I use an iMac with iMovie for my videos. I shot some video on the AVCHD 60p format and cannot open in iMovie. 
I am trying to convert the file to iMovie compatible format. But seems no software can read my videos, I am using the Mac OS X Mounta, it’s that the problem?"

The Sony Alpha A57 SLR Digital AVCHD Camera with innovative Translucent Mirror Technology. With a 16.1MP APS-C Exmor HD CMOS sensor, directs incoming light to the CMOS image sensor and the AF sensor at the same time, allowing full-time continuous AF during both still and video shooting. Thus, you can sharpness when recording full HD 1080p video or photographing at up to 12 fps.

If you want import and edit Sony Alpha A57 1080p AVCHD MTS footage in iMovie and solve some trouble about incompatible format on your Mac, the professional Pavtube MTS to iMovie Converter for Mac is the best choice for you, which is also proved to be compatible with Mac OS X Mountain Lion and Mavericks. It can not only transcode Sony Alpha A57 AVCHD MTS files to iMovie compatible format(like AIC codec MOV format), but also provide you with some simple editing features, such as merging several videos into one file, deinterlacing the original footages, cropping video size, trimming video clips, adding special effects, text/image/video watermarks and add srt/ass/ssa subtitles to output videos, thus it will be on the top of your list.

The best MTS/M2TS to iMovie Converter review from a User: I have been very satisfied with the conversion performance. I usually just get it set up with a large batch and let it run over night. The next day all of my files are ready to go. Bellow is the user steps sharing, please follow it.

First Free Download AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac


Step 1. Load 1080p MTS/M2TS files from Sony A57 to the professional AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac.

Connect the Sony Alpha SLT-A57 to your Apple with USB 2.0. Launch AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac and then click the "Add video" button to import your Sony A57 1080p MTS/M2TS files. You can tick the box in front of the file you want to convert. If your MTS/M2TS files have already been transferred to your Apple hard drive, you can easily drag them to the best Mac AVCHD to iMovie Converter.


1. If you have multiple 1080p MTS/M2TS files, you can select the "Merge into one file" box to merge them into one single file for iMovie so that you can play these files without interruption.

2. Double click the selected file and you cam preview it. 

Step 2: Select an output format for iMovie and set the output folder.

Click on the "Format" and you will get a dropdown menu. Move you pointer to "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)". The Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) is the compatible format for iMovie and FCE. Then you can set the output folder by clicking "Browse" icon as you need.

Step 3: Click on the "Settings" icon to adjust audio and video parameters.

Click the "Settings" icon and you will go into a new interface named "Profile Settings". You can adjust codec, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate and audio channel in the interface according to your needs and optimize the output file quality. 


1. 1920*1080 as video size and 30fps/29.97fps as video bitrate are the most suitable video parameters for editing in iMovie. 

2. If you want to reduce the video size, you can change video size from 1920*1080 to 1440*1080 or 1280*720. 

Step 4. Transcode Sony A57 AVCHD MTS files to AIC MOV for iMovie with 30fps and 5.1 channels on Mac.

Click the "Convert" button, start converting Sony A57 1080p MTS files to AIC MOV for iMovie on Mac immediately. You can find the process in the "Conversion" interface.

Step 5: When the Mac AVCHD to iMovie conversion is 100% completed, open "iMovie" and click "File > Import" to transfer the converted Sony A57 MTS footages to iMovie. 

The best AVCHD to iMovie Converter for Mac is not only helpful to get MTS footages from Sony A55 into iMovie on Mac, but also does a great job in converting AVCHD to ProRes 422 for FCP, MPEG-2 for Adobe Premiere Pro, DNxHD forAvid Media Composer, AIC MOV for FCE, etc.

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Monday, August 5, 2013

Convert Sony XDCAM MXF to Multi-track Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro 6/7, FCP X

Description: An easy and step-by-step workflow to convert Sony XDCAM MXF to Apple ProRes with multiple audio tracks for FCP 6/7/X editing.

"Hi, I got some XACAM HD 422 MXF files from my Sony PMW200 and want to edit some in FCP 7. But it seems to be hard to keep all my audio channels saved separately during conversion. Is there any simple work flow for this?"

For many photography enthusiasts, shooting videos with full Omni bearing audios is very important in further editing or playback. And many people used to do audio track based editing in FCP 7, hence here comes the problem: how to keep multiple audio tracks saved when converting Sony XDCAM MXF to Apple ProRes for FCP?


Follow this step-by-step guide; you can easily accomplish it within a few clicks.

Required program: Best Mac multi-track MXF Converter - Pavtube iMixMXF 

Step 1. Get this Mac multi-track XDCAM MXF Converter installed, click "Add video"  to load individual mxf videos; or click "Add from folder"  to load the entire folder. It will recognize all the audio channels.


Step 2. Click "Format" and choose Multi-track Video>Multi-track Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)

Step 3. Click "Settings" to customize your video size, bitrate, frame rate and other specs; and check video channels that you want to convert.

Follow the bottom left icon to let the selected audio tracks "mix into one channel"; or that it will keep all the audio tracks apart.

For non-multi-track converting, it's also supported to add .srt/.ass soft subtitles as you like; click Edit and switch to "Subtitles" tab, and click Browse to locate your prepared subtitles.

Step 4. Click "Convert" to start converting Sony XDCAM MXF to Apple ProRes keeping multi audio channels for FCP 6/7/X.

For users don't need to deal with multi-track thing, just simple want to convert MXF to other formats, the MXF Converter for Mac (only $29) is highly recommended.

Thursday, August 1, 2013

Import Nikon D7100 HD MOV footage to Sony Vegas, Avid, Premiere, Pinnacle, Cyberlink, Windows Movie Maker

Description: To edit Nikon D7100 HD MOV files smoothly on your editing software including Sony Vegas, Avid, Premiere, Pinnacle, Cyberlink, Windows Movie Maker, you need to transcode Nikon D7100 HD MOV to AVI/MOV/WMV/MPG for editing software. The article will show you how to do it.

Nikon D7100 captures videos in full high definition and records videos in MOV format with H.264 codec. The MOV files captured from Nikon D7100 is a long GOP format that is highly compressed and it is preferable format for playback but not a good format for many editing software, like Sony Vegas, Avid, Premiere, Pinnacle, Cyberlink, Windows Movie Maker. So you may have difficulty in editing it smoothly on your video editing software. To help Nikon D7100 user get rid of this issue, I will show you an easy way. 

Go to find Pavtube Video Converter Ultimate, which allows you to convert camcorder videos to multiple video formats for iOS/Android/Windows Tablets & Phones and HD Media Players as well as video editing software including Adobe Premiere, Sony Vegas, Avid Media Composer, and more. And you can enjoy the powerful edit function, like trim, crop, watermark for text, image and video, 3D effect, subtitles and so on. The following guide will show you how to transcode Nikon D7100 HD MOV to AVI/MOV/WMV/MPG for Sony Vegas, Avid, Premiere, Pinnacle, Cyberlink, Windows Movie Maker

Download it and follow below steps.

Step 1. Load Nikon D7100 MOV files.

You can choose "add video" directly or "load files" to add the whole folder.

Step 2. Select output format for video editing software.

Click "Format" menu you will find various video formats listed by different devices. Just choose a compatible video format for your editing software. Choosing the editing software option directly will help you to take less time to find a more preferable video format.

Step 3. Edit loaded Nikon D7100 MOV files.

Click "Edit" button and you are allowed to trim, crop, add text/image/video watermark or some effect to your output video for making it perfect. Here the function of adding subtitles to output files will contribute to make your own videos. You can use free software Subtitle Edit to edit your subtitle content then add it to output videos.

Tips: Click "Settings" on the interface and you can adjust the parameters including size, bitrate, frame rate, etc. to get a high quality of output files. And keep the settings the same as original video recordings will provide you the least loss of video quality.

Step 4. Start conversion.

Click the "Convert" button to start conversion. When it completed, click the "Open" button to get the generated videos for your editing software.

More features about it:

1. Rip and convert Blu-ray and DVD including 1:1 backup Blu-ray/DVD movies to PC hard device for future needs.
2. Directly Copy feature will save 100% intact .M2TS main movie from original BD disc.

It is an integration of Blu-ray RipperDVD Ripper and Video Converter and it will meet almost all your requirements about converting videos. Just go to enjoy it now.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Mavericks solution: Transform Sony NEX-VG30 MTS footage to FCP (X), iMovie, FCE without rendering

Sony has announced the NEX-VG30 interchangeable lens camcorder. The NEX-VG30 camcorder features the same sensor format that Sony builds into its standard size DSLR cameras. With approximately 19.5 times the surface area of conventional camcorder sensors, the 16.1MP Exmor APS HD CMOS sensor makes capturing high-quality, cinematic video with a shallow depth of field a breeze.

Whatever your genre, whatever your shooting style, take your moviemaking to the next level with the Sony NEX-VG30 interchangeable lens HD camcorder and lens.

You may like shooting video with Sony NEX-VG30, it's wonderful for us to use this excellent camera to record beautiful landscapes and record exciting moments. After recording, you may need to import 1080p footages from Sony NEX-VG30 to Apple Final Cut for editing, but, Sony NEX-VG30 recorded videos are in AVCHD format, the AVCHD MTS/M2TS format is not compatible with many editing software, such as FCP, FCP X, iMovie and FCE on Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks. Final Cut software doesn't supports AVCHD well, it takes much time to render.

What's the best solution to import Sony NEX-VG30 AVCHD files to FCP, FCP X, iMovie, FCE for editing without rendering? The best way is to transform Sony NEX-VG30 AVCHD MTS footage to ProRes/AIC codec MOV format, Apple ProRes 422 MOV format is best supported by FCP or FCP X, AIC MOV is best format for FCE and iMovie. Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac is the best choice for you. It can generates best editing format/codec for filmmakers and video enthusiasts to use in different NLE apps, such as FCP 6/7, FCP X, iMovie 8/9/11, Adobe Premiere Pro CS4/CS5/CS6, Adobe After Effects, FCE, Apple Aperture 3, Kdenlive, Keynote, Avid Xpress Pro, Adobe Creative Suite 6, DaVinci Resolve, iPhoto, and so on.

What's more, Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac also support adding subtitles (.srt, .ass, .ssa) into your video files.

Click the below download or buy button to get Pavtube MTS/M2TS Converter for Mavericks:


The below is a brief guide for beginners:

Step 1. Install and run Pavtube iMedia Converter for Mac, it's an professional AVCHD to FCP/iMovie Converter which can convert Sony NEX-VG30 AVCHD files to different formats on Mac OS X Mavericks.

Click "Add Video" to load the .mts files from Sony VG30 Camcorder to the Mac Converter.

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2. Click "format" bar to choose output format:

Choose "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as the best output codec for importing MTS files from Sony VG30 to Final Cut Pro (X) editing.

(P.S. Learn More about Types of Apple ProRes Codecs)

Choose "iMovie and Final Cut Express > Apple Intermediate Codec(AIC) (*.mov)" as the best video format for importing Sony VG30 AVCHD files to iMovie or Final Cut Express.

Then you can set the output folder by clicking "Browse" icon as you need.

Step 3. If you want to customize the output parameters, you can click settings button. Adjust the resolution and others as you need.

Step 4. Click "convert" button to start converting Sony NEX-VG30 AVCHD MTS to ProRes 422/AIC MOV format for editing on Mavericks.

After finish converting, you can import the converted AVCHD to FCP, iMovie, FCE for editing as you want.
If you want to enjoy AVCHD MTS/M2TS/M2T/TS videos and Blu-ray/DVD movies on portable device like iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad Mini 2, iPhone 5S/5C, Galaxy Tab 4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy TabPro, Galaxy NotePro, Song Xperia Z2, Galaxy S5, Surface 2, etc., you can simply convert them to proper format(like MP4 format) then import to your tablet or phone keeping audio and video synchronization.


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