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    Converting TS Files to MOV
    Hey All,

    I am working on a project, I got a short film from a film festival but it is only available in Video_TS and Audio_TS and I need to be able to import it into Final Cut Pro X, I was wondering what is the best way to convert TS files to MOV file, any ideas? I appreciate it

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    Yea, go and grab HandBrake and open the Folder that the TS files are in and convert. If not, you can pay for MPEG Streamclip. But HB is Free and does a great job, in any conversion.
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    Thank you with hand brake can I convert to MOV? Or just to mp4.

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    You can import .mp4 into FCP. I do it all the time, but it converts to .mp4 not .MOV
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    okay cool, i know fcpx supports mp4 but all my media source that i imported and on my timeline is mov files, I would prefer to have everything the mov so when I export it for dvd authoring I wont have any problems.

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    It want matter what media source the media files start out with, as they will be exported as 1 type of media file, and you shouldn't have too many problems. Remembering, both .MOV and .mp4 and .m4v and all Mac compatible, and they are only a container for holding the actual movie file.

    If it worries you that much, pay for the MPEG Streamclip I linked above.
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    Since when do you have to pay for MPEG Streamclip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chas_m View Post
    Since when do you have to pay for MPEG Streamclip?
    Got me buggered !!! Looks like you don't . . . . Oh well more the better for the OP
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