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.
As we’ve talked about FCP import problems, let’s see the differences between Final Cut Pro 7 and the Final Cut Pro X when importing video files.
In Final Cut Pro 7, both the “Log and Transfer” and “Log and Capture” functions are replaced by the “Import from Camera” function.
|Final Cut Pro 7||Final Cut Pro X|
|Log and Transfer||Import from Camera|
|Log and Capture||Import from Camera|
There are three ways available for importing.
1. Importing from File-Based Cameras
2. Importing from FireWire Cameras and Decks
3. Importing Files – You can import files into Final Cut Pro X by choosing Import > Files or by dragging files directly into the Event Library. You don’t need to specify whether you’re importing an individual file or a folder, as you do in Final Cut Pro 7.
Understanding the similarities and differences between Final Cut Pro 7 and Final Cut Pro X will allow you to work faster than ever with this new breakthrough application.
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