The introduction of the microprocessor, a single chip with all the circuitry that formerly occupied large cabinets, led to the proliferation of personal computers after 1975. I shoot videos with Sony XR520, and I could import my Sony XR520 footage deteriorates to FCE. MPEG Streamclip is the freeware on Mac to export Apple Intermediate codec (AIC), but it does not support AVCHD very well. For guys who may face similar problems when editing HD videos in FCE, here I demonstrate the fast guide to convert and deinterlace 1080i video to Apple Intermediate codec for FCE.
After converting Sony XR520 footage into Final Cut Express compatible Apple Intermediate codec, the importing process is pretty simple and the video and audio are in perfect sync.

From my first use and impression of the software I see it has a well designed interface and easy to use. For computers generally referred to as PCs, see IBM Personal Computer and IBM PC compatible.
They are transcoded into Apple Intermediate codec, but the objects appear to be in low resolution. While looking for a proper solution, I notice that the reasons for the low resolution problem could be that FCE 3.5 does not support 1920x1080 codec or the non-native support of AVCHD in FCE. Click the convert button under the preview window, the Mac Sony XR520 video converter will start converting 1080i AVCHD videos to MOV with Apple Intermediate Codec with deinterlacing and keeping 1080 HD resolution.

To get 1080 video, click the "Settings" button and choose 1440*1080 for FCE 3.5, or 1920*1080 for FCE 4. To apply to the deinterlacing settings to other files on list, just click the Apply to all button.

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