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ClipWrap: The Fastest and Easiest Solution for AVCHD and HDV Media

  • Easily rewrap HDV (m2t) and AVCHD (mts, m2ts) files into QuickTime movies
  • Faster than transcoding
  • No generation loss
  • Support for all the popular editing formats (ProRes, DNxHD, etc) and non-linear editors (Final Cut Pro, FCPX, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro, Apple iMovie)

No Confusing Settings

ClipWrap automatically determines the format your footage was shot in, so you don't have to wade through confusing settings. Whether you're rewrapping or transcoding to one of ClipWrap's many professional editing formats, there's nothing for you to set. ClipWrap will make sure your new files looks as close to the original as possible in your new format.

Amazing Speed.

Rewraps don't alter the underlying video, so ClipWrap is the fastest way to convert HDV (m2t) and AVCHD (mts, m2ts) files into a standard QuickTime enclosure. You can start using your media right away.

Rewraps - doesn't transcode

ClipWrap rewraps the video samples from your existing m2t, mts, m2ts files without re-encoding them. This means blazingly fast convert speeds and no image degradation.

Transcodes too!

Need your files in ProRes, AIC, DNxHD or DVCProHD? ClipWrap can seamlessly convert your files. Don't worry about frame size changes, gamma shifts, or any of the other problems resulting from mismatched settings - ClipWrap chooses all those based on the source file's format.

Works with FCP, FCPX, Premiere and Avid

Whether you’re working in Final Cut Pro, FCPX, Avid or Premiere, ClipWrap has a workflow for you. And ClipWrap QuickTime files work with thousands of other quicktime-supporting apps as well.

Full timecode support

Timecode is recreated in the new QuickTime movie, so you can recapture from tape later if necessary.

Supports HDV and AVCHD formats

Now you're not limited to specific HDV or AVCHD cameras, you can rest assured your files will be compatible with your editor when it comes time to edit.

Rich metadata support

ClipWrap parses most of the metadata recorded by your camera and recreates it in the QuickTime output so that your editing application can find it later.