Transcode/convert Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to Quicktime on Mac Nowadays, many people get their Sony Cyber-shot camcorders no matter Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX9V, Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-HX5V, Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-TX10, Sony Cyber-shot DSC-WX10, etc. There is an ideal mode for you. If you have one of Sony-shot series, you must shoot many videos and store the videos on your Mac. For enjoy you may want to play the Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD files with Quicktime on Mac. But how to import Sony Cyber shot AVCHD to Quicktime for playing on Mac? As we know that some Sony Cyber-shot camcorders shot videos in MTS format which is not recongnized by Quicktime player, so you can't import these AVCHD file into Quicktime directly. We must transcode/convert Sony Cyber shot AVCHD to Quicktime supported video formats like MOV, MP4, etc on Mac. Mac Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to Quicktime Converter is specially designed for users to convert Cybershot AVCHD files to Quicktime. It provies you a friendly interface which allows you can easy to finish the cnoversion. Mac Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD to Quicktime Converter also allows users to edit the MTS videos. You can merge videos into one file, trim videos, add watermark, crop videos, etc. After converting Cyber shot AVCHD to Quicktime, you can play the videos with Quicktime with high quality on Mac. Here is step-by-step tutorial for you to convert Sony Cyber-shot videos to Quicktime on Mac Step 1. Add Sony Cyber-shot videos to the converter Click "Add" button to add the Sony Cyber-shot AVCHD files into Sony Cyber-shot Video to Quicktime Converter Mac from your Mac. Step 2. Select output format Click "Format" bar to choose to the format which you want to convert, you can select "Common Video" > "MOV-Quicktime(*.mov)" as output format. Step 3. Start converting Sony Cyber-shot videos to Quicktime on Mac In this step, when all settings are ready, click "Convert" button to convert Sony Cyber-shot MTS to Quicktime so that you can open and play the videos on Mac. After conversion, you also can play the converted videos with Quicktime on Mac.