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Final Cut Pro is an excellent editing software, but many videos are not supported by Final Cut Pro due to the frame rate and codec reason, and users can’t edit the imported videos in FCP smoothly. What’s the best solution? The best way is to convert videos to FCP best supported format- Apple ProRes codec MOV format, and then you can import and edit videos in FCP smoothly. Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is what you need, it can convert any video to FCP with presetted Final Cut Pro output profile, and you can convert MOV/AVCHD/MTS/M2TS/MXF to Final Cut Pro with ProRes codec easily.

Nikon Video Converter for FCP 7-Import/convert Nikon MOV to FCP 7

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Convert Canon 5D Mark III MOV to FCP X with Apple ProRes codec

Convert AVCHD to Apple ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro

Import Panasonic 1080 60P AVCHD to Final Cut Pro

Import Sony NEX-5N/NEX-7/A57/A65/A77 1080 60p AVCHD to FCP on Mac

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    1. Sali

      I consider the curenrt pro market to be those individuals and organisations that have made a significant (and, in many cases, massive) investment in a technical resources infrastructure and for whom a financial return is necessary. It could be a freelance cameraman, wedding videographer, a post-production facility or broadcast programming provider. Anything really. I can accept that Apple doesn’t necessarily want to play a continued role in this activity but I just wish they’d had the courage to state it openly. It’s a major PR gaffe for Apple which, over time, will (of course) have no negative effect on them at all but in the short/medium term it will be Avid and Adobe who will be the winners in that particular space. BBC Studios and Post-Production in White City, London, are mightily glad they didn’t move everything over to FCP when the opportunity arose, the primary post-production tool being Avid Media Composer.Good luck to Apple with FCP X, however; it’s a good product. It’s just not good enough for existing workflows in broadcast TV and movie-making workflows.

      1. Admin

        Dear Sali,

        Do you know that Apple FCP not compatible with many coding format video? such as: MXF format. Then you need to find a video converter through google search, here i recommend a pavtube hd video converter for mac, it is designed for converting HD videos from HD camcorders or DVs (like JVC, Panasonic, Sony, Nikon and Canon), non-protected HD or Blu-ray movies, DVR files (*.tivo) to other file types for editing in iMovie, Final Cut Express, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Pro X, Avid, Adobe Premiere, and so on.

        Good lunk!

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    1. Diganta

      You already can trosacnde directly from a cf card (certainly from a card reader, pretty sure from acanera connected via USB) in fcp 7 using canons plug in for log and capture.You can see all the shots on your card, and in and out points and metadata, names reel no’ s etc and trosacnde in the background directly into your current fcp project whilst still editing.You can set it to pro res LT, 422, or 444.Its very fast and cool. Saves me bunch of time!

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