Best Way to Import Canon C100 AVCHD for Editing in Final Cut Pro 7/X
Q: “I have recorded some fabulous videos with Canon C100 camcorder, but I failes to load footage from Canon C100 to Final Cut Pro 7. Any help?”
Canon C100 is a great camcorder that can record videos in AVCHD format with 1920 x 1080 resolution at a bitrate of 24Mbps. It’s new and much more affordable entry-level member of the range. For those who have problems to import Canon C100 AVCHD footage to Final Cut Pro 7/X, you’re in the right place. This tutorial will share an easy solution to solve your questions. Just read on.
In general, the AVCHD MTS files captured by Canon C100 is not an edit-friendly formats with most NLE software including Final Cut Pro 7/X. To solve the problem, we strongly advise you convert Canon C100 footage to FCP 7/X more compatible i.g. Apple ProRes.mov formats before editing. The job can be done quickly and losslessly, with the help of Brorsoft iMedia Converter for Mac.
With it, you can do batch conversion from AVCHD, MTS, M2TS, VOB, MKV, AVI, MP4, MOV and more to FCP 7/X and 10.14 compatible format in fast conversion speed and excellent quality.
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Step 1. Install and run best video converter for Mac, then click “load file” button to import your Canon C100 footage to the program.
Step 2. Clicking “Format” bar and choose Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) as output format from the “Final Cut Pro” category. The output videos will work with FCPX 10.4 flawlessly. In addition, video presets for 150+ devices like iPhone, iPad, iPod, PSP, Xbox 360, Samsung, Zune, Archos, etc. are provided to help you get videos to best fit a certain device.
Step 3. Finally, tap the Convert button to convert Canon C100 AVCHD files for FCP 7/X. Once the conversion is complete, you can click Open button to quickly locate the ripped files.
Now, you ‘re able to import and edit the converted Canon C100 AVCHD files with FCP 7/X. (Click File > Import > Files to import the projects).