How to Share Sony XR500V AVCHD Files on Vimeo

Sony XR500V is a hard-disk-based AVCHD camcorder that integrates a 6-megapixel Exmor R CMOS sensor. With 120GB drive, you can save over 14.5 hours of best-quality video, blowing away purely flash memory models. If you need to take home videos or have the aspiration of going beyond YouTube clips made with a cell phone or Flip, the device can be your ideal choice.

After you record some AVCHD footage with your Sony XR500V camcorder, do you want to share them on Vimeo with friends and people online? If you have tried, you may find Sony AVCHD files can’t be uploaded to Vimeo. To upload Sony XR500V AVCHD to Vimeo, you need to convert the videos into a format recognizable by Vimeo.

Vimeo supports most major video codec, but for the best result, it’s recommended to use H.264 in the following parameters:
Frame rate: 24, 25, or 30 FPS
Bit rate: 2000-5000 kbit/s, 5000-10000 kbit/s or10000-20000 kbit/s
Resolution: 640 pixels wide (SD) or 1280 pixels wide (HD)

Convert Sony XR500V AVCHD Files to Vimeo H.264

Jihosoft Video Converter works perfectly to help you convert AVCHD (.mts/.m2ts) files to all sorts of popular videos, like H.264 (HD) video, MPEG-4, AVI, WMV, FLV, MOV, DV, 3GP, etc. What’s more, it offers lots of optimized preset formats which enable you to convert Sony footage to fit your iPhone5, HTC One, Galaxy S4, iPad, etc with best results. If you need to do the conversion on Mac computer, then select Jihosoft Video Converter for Mac.

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1, Run the software on your computer after you install it
2, Batch import the Sony AVCHD files you wish to convert into it
3, Select “H.264 HD Video (*.mp4)” in “Profile” -> “HD Video” as the targeted output format
4, Start to convert the imported videos automatically

With fast conversion speed, the converted files should be OK for you in the output folder after a while. Now login to your Vimeo account in web browser, you will be able to share Sony XR500V AVCHD files on Vimeo without compatibility issue.

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