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How to Import camcorder video to Final Cut Pro?
Final Cut Pro is absolutely powerful video editor on Mac to edit videos you record with camcorder. With Final Cut Pro, you can make the camcorder videos unique and professional. But you may know you can't import camcorder videos to Final Cut Pro directly. So in this tutorial, we will show how to import camcorder videos to Final Cut Pro step by step.
To convert camcorder video to FCP supported video formats without losing any quality, here you'd better get a professional camcorder video to Final Cut Pro Video Converter for Mac, which can help you not only convert camcorder video to FCP, but also any other video to Final Cut Pro supported video formats on Mac OS X.
Convert Camcorder Video to Final Cut Pro Supported Video Format
Connect camcorder to Mac
Connect camcorder to Mac, then copy and paste the videos from camcorder to hard disk. The popular brands of camcorder are JVC, Sony, Canon, Panasonic and Flip. In most cases they record videos in AVI / TOD / MOD / MTS / M2TS format.
Launch Total Video Converter for Mac
Launch Total Video Converter for Mac and import camcorder videos. It supports batch import videos
Select Final Cut Pro as output profile
You just need to select Final Cut Pro as output profile, and this mac video converter will automatically set the best video / audio parameter for you.
Note: It's very important to keep original resolution to re-create a high quality video.
Start converting camcorder video to Final Cut Pro supported video
Press "" button, it will perfectly start converting your camcorder video to Final Cut Pro supported video.
Import converted video to Final Cut Pro
Now the videos are completely compatible with Final Cut Pro, you can import them as easily as other quick time video.
Knowledge Base: What can be edited directly on Final Cut Pro
- Native editing for DV, DVCAM, DVCPRO, DVCPRO 50, and DVCPRO HD
- Native editing for HDV including 1080i 50/60, 1080p 24/25/30, 720p 24/25/30/50/60
- Native AVC-Intra playback for both AVC-Intra 100 and AVC-Intra 50 at 1080p 24/25/30, 1080i 50/60, 720p 24/25/30/50/60
- Sony XDCAM HD at 25-Mbps CBR, 18- and 35-Mbps VBR at 1080i 50/60 and 1080p 24/25/30/VFR with free Sony software
- Sony XDCAM HD422 1080i 50/60, 1080p 24/25/30, 720p 24/25/30/50/60 with free Sony software
- Sony NXCAM SD (PAL and NTSC) is supported using Apple ProRes 422
- Sony XDCAM EX 1080p 24/25/30, 1080i 50/60, 720p 24/25/30/50/60 with free Sony plug-in
- JVC created, Apple QuickTime-wrapped XDCAM EX media imported with drag and drop to a Final Cut Pro bin
- AVCHD and AVCCAM editing is supported using Apple ProRes
- Sony IMX playback support at 30, 40, and 50 Mbps for SD Sony IMX ingest and output supported with free Sony software
- Panasonic P2 playback support at 1080p 24/25/30, 1080i 50/60, and 720p 24/24N/25/25N/30/50/60/VFR from P2 cards
More details visit: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3290
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