How to Backup Canon Vixia HV30 AVCHD M2TS Video Recordings

[Latest Updated: Jan. 1, 2019 by Arlene Cooper to Video Converting]

Backup Canon Camera Recording

DO YOU HAVE A Canon CAMCORDER? If yes, this article may do some help. In this article, we will mainly introduce particular model of Canon Vixia HV30 camcorder, then discuss on how to backup their recording footage by converting AVCHD M2TS file to popular video formats.

Canon Vixia HV30

Why we like Canon Vixia HV30: Generally excellent video quality, solid feature set for its class, well designed. An extremely minor upgrade from the HV20, the Canon Vixia HV30 remains a quality HDV camcorder with a couple of performance issues.

Canon Vixia HV30 AVCHD M2TS shootings need Backup

Apart from JVC, majority of consumer camcorders in currunt market use AVCHD format. And the file extension of AVCHD format is .m2ts / .mts. Though Picture Motion Browser, which is an M2TS player application provided with Sony AVCHD camcorders, supports playback AVCHD M2TS natively, you still need to consider a lot to make them playable smoothly. Since you know even rewind Canon Vixia HV30 M2TS video on a moderate Mac computer, it will cause over-heat of that machine. Let alone these troubles like M2TS codec out-of-date, M2TS Player crash, or the missing of original Canon Vixia HV30 M2TS footages.

Accordingly, you need to make digital backup of your Canon Vixia HV30 M2TS shootings. And the straight forward method is converting M2TS to more popular and computer friend formats, like M2TS to MP4, AVI, MOV, etc.

Canon Vixia HV30 Review from CNET

Of course, Canon Vixia HV30 makes it a well-designed prosumer camcorder with a useful feature set, good overall performance, and excellent video quality. Canon Vixia HV30 is relatively big, weighing 1 pound, 5.4 ounces, though it fits into a large, loose jacket pocket. I like the black chassis more than the silver, but the tape housing feels a little flimsier than I remember, when gripped for shooting, the cover moves a bit. In all other ways the build quality seems solid, though, with tethered covers over the Advanced Accessory Shoe, HDMI/FireWire ports, and mic/headphone/component out jacks.

How to Convert Canon Vixia HV30 M2TS Shootings

VideoProc is regarded as best AVCHD Camcorder Video Backup Software ever. This all-in-one HD Video Converter can help you backup Sony, Canon, Panasonic AVCHD and JVC MOD / TOD video to whichever formats you want. It even can transfer your Canon Vixia HV30 M2TS recordings to iPhone, iPad, PSP, Zunes and other portable devices.

Speed: The feature to support Multi-core CPU within this solid Canon Vixia HV30 video converter allows you to take full advantages of up to 8 Core to maximally increase the processing speed.

Quality: The embedded High Quality Engine delivers the purity of original Canon Vixia HV30 recording image quality. Besides, De-interlacing Engine will upscale your 1080i or 720i to 1080p Ful-HD. After backup your Canon Vixia HV30 recordings, the output pictures are just as vivid as watching through Watch Panel.

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VideoProc - This software can convert all your videos shoot by Canon Vixia HV30 or other models to MP4, AVI and other format with fast transcoding speed and great output quality.

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Author    Arlene Cooper@cooper_arlene

Arlene Cooper is a self-motivated copywriter and editor in Digiarty Software, specializing in writing, proofreading and digging out inscrutable technology knowledge.

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