The excellent protection performance makes Canon cameras more comfortable to use in various shooting environments. With the increasing popularity of 4K UHD specifications today, Canon has also introduced a new 4K camera EOS C70. The EOS C70 is capable of ultra-high frame rates with its new chip design and powerful DiG!C DV7 processor. Frame rates up to 120 fps can be obtained in 4K, while 2K CROP mode provides even greater flexibility with speeds up to 180 fps. Stepping down to HD allows for a slow-motion mode. We can record 4K MXF/MP4 and Full HD MXF/MP4 videos via this new camera.
Many modern video cameras output in the Canon XF-AVC and H.265/HEVC format, which creates 4K MXF or MP4 files and you may need to import into FCP X to edit together and work on as you desire. Although the file format is standard, you may sometimes can't import Canon EOS C70 video to FCP X due to some unknown problems.
With ever-improving camera technology and storage solutions, the 4K industry has grown steadily since then. Today 4K has become a new standard in the video industry for high-budget feature films, TV dramas. If you got some 4K video from camcorders, cameras or smartphones, you will be eagerly know the Canon EOS C70 4K video to Final Cut Pro X workflow. This article focuses on how to import and edit Canon EOS C70 XF-AVC and H.265/HEVC video in FCP X.
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How to convert Canon EOS C70 videos fir Final Cut Pro X?
Granted, FCP X can handle 4K footage without much problem, but it is extremely hardware intensive. Thankfully you probably don't have to buy a new computer... but you do need to convert XF-AVC MXF and H.265/HEVC MP4 video to FCP X using ProRes as primary delivery format. The following paragraphs show us how to edit 4K footage with FCP X without bogging down your computer. If you want to get ProRes videos on Windows 10, please try Acrok Video Converter Ultimate.
Add Canon EOS C70 Video
Run the 4K Video Converter you just set up. Drag and drop the Canon EOS C70 4K .mp4 or .mxf files to the top 4K Video Converter. You can also hit "Add files" button to import videos to the program.
Choose output format
Click "Format" bar and choose "Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" or "Apple ProRes 4444 (*.mov)" as output format for editing Canon EOS C70 4K footage in Apple editing software with natively supported video codec.
Advanced V/A settings
Click "Settings" button if you'd like to customize advanced audio and video parameters like Video Codec, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, Audio codec, sample rate, audio channels. If you want to get original 4K resolution, just keep the video size as original. If you wanna combine several videos into one file, you can click the "Merge all files into one" box.
Edit JVC GZ-RY980H footage
Click "Edit" icon, you can trim, crop the loaded Canon EOS C70 4K files. For getting 3D videos, you can add 3D effect onto these videos easily.
Start video conversion
After all necessary settings, hit the convert button to start the Canon EOS C70 video to ProRes conversion on Mac OS X. Once the conversion process shows in 100%, click "Open" to get the output videos. Create a project and start editing Canon EOS C70 4K MXf or MP4 video in FCP X with light speed.
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