iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac 7.0

Batch convert AVCHD files to popular output formats.
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This program is, as its name clearly says, an application that offers you a solution for converting AVCHD videos on your Mac. The utility works with a wide range of input and output video formats, allows you to convert multiple files at the same time, and provides you with high-quality results.

iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac brings you a very intuitive interface so all users who own a camcorder can easily convert their videos. You can select multiple clips as input files, choose individual output profiles and advanced settings, and merge them all into a single video file.

Another important advantage is the fact that the program provides you with integrated video editing utilities which you can use before launching the conversion process. You can easily trim the input files, attach watermarks, split clips, crop videos, and even apply various visual effects.

Furthermore, the app gives you access to dozens of output profiles compatible with a wide range of programs (Final Cut Express, QuickTime, Adobe Premiere Elements, etc.) and multimedia devices (phones, tablets, etc.).

As a conclusion, iOrgsoft AVCHD Converter for Mac proves to be a reliable solution for converting camcorder videos to other formats. The app is simple to handle, provides you with numerous features, and comes with an affordable price.

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Ashley Griggs
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Review summary


  • iDVD support
  • HD to SD conversion
  • Audio enhancement
  • Batch processing
  • Integrated video player
  • Various video editing tools and output configurations
  • Supports various video formats


  • Processing takes a long time

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Yeah, I hate it when you find out some file format is not supported in Mac or any other platform. Especially when it's something you need really bad like upload some wedding footage for your friend or something for the college... and then - bam! - 'The file format is not supported!'
That's really great that there are apps like this one.

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