I tried the iMovie command File->Import->Camera Archive... and had no luck. The first time I tried I saw icons for all of my movie clips but they all had a "60" (for 60p, presumably) overlaid along with a crossed out circle. It looks like iMovie is not compatible with 60p footage. I can use the Clipwrapped videos, but I suspect I'm not getting everything out of them because I get a message about the project framerate not matching the video framerate (30) when I add them to the project.[email protected] said:It's not possible for FCPX to import an isolated MTS file from any camera. This has been well established by many people on these forums. Isolated MTS files must first be converted to a format that FCPX can import, typically to ProRes.
However, if the MTS files are still within their enclosing folder structure, as they existed on the camera card itself, then FCPX can import them 'from the camera'.