Yesterday, Sony released released a new entry-level mirror less camera – Sony A5100. I dreamed about it for a long time. So I bought it as soon as it came to the market. To be honest, this is the first time I bought a camera. I am really new to this area. There are so many things I’ve never met. For example, I want my output videos from Sony A5100 to be the format of MP4 with the high definition, so that I can watch it QuickTime. This problem bothered me the whole night. Finally, my friend recommended me Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate which is able to perfectly convert Sony A5100 1080P AVCHD to MP4 for QuickTime.

Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate is a piece of cost-effective software. It enables the conversion of MTS, MXF, M2TS, TiVo, TS, FLV and many other popular formats. This tool features in transcoding MTS and MXF to editing tools like Avid Media Composer, Premiere and After Effects etc.

In a word, Aunsoft Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate can help you convert between various formats so that you can enjoy movies on computer, further edit video for creation, present video on HDTV, and publish video online in web-friendly format.

With this software, I’m able to convert AVCHD from Sony A5100 to MP4 for QuickTime.

Step one. Add or drag AVCHD files or directly the whole folder to its interface. In the meanwhile, you may also preview them before the conversion. (Free download Blu-ray Video Converter Ultimate.)

Step two. Select the output format you need. I chose Common Video > QuickTime(*.mov)

Step three. Check the setting. You may change the codec, size, bitrate, frame rate of the video and the codec, sample rate, bitrate, and channel of its audio.

Step four. After everything has been set well, you may get started to convert Sony A5100 1080P AVCHD to MP4 for QuickTime!
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1 Response Aug 22, 2014

From Wikipedia, I found the following paragraph:

AVCHD, produced by Sony and Panasonic, is a file-based format for the digital recording of high-definition video. Usually, the file extension of AVCHD video is .mts or .m2ts. Some video players like VLC can play it directly on Windows and Mac.

After a little bit of digging, I found a solution to convert AVCHD to MP4 or AVI with Faasoft Video Converter from Macrumors .

This way supports converting AVCHD files recorded by Panasonic, Sony, Cannon or other camcorders to MP4 format without quality loss. And it also supports to convert AVCHD to to AVI, AVCHD to MOV, AVCHD to WMV, AVCHD to ASF, AVCHD to FLV, AVCHD to WebM, AVCHD to OGV, etc.

For more information, just Google Search "Faasoft AVCHD to MP4 Converter - How to Convert AVCHD to MP4 on Mac and Windows?"

Hope it will help you more or less.