Final Cut Pro X Supported Formats
What video and audio foramts supported by Funal Cut Pro X? Why we can't edit some downloaded videos in FCP X or FCP 7? In this page, you'll get answers. You'll edir any videos in Final Cut Pro (FCP X, FCP 7, FCP 6) without any problem. Most importantly, you don't have to spend a lot of time on rendering video.
Final Cut Pro X is a professional non-linear video editing application published by Apple Inc. It is the video editor of choice for Mac users and has been used to edit many Hollywood blockbusters. We can get 4K and HD videos by different ways, such as download videos from video sharing websites, buy Blu-ray/DVD, rent movies or record MXF/MTS/MP4/MOV/MTS videos via camcorders. Can we import and edit these video resources in Final Cut Pro X(10.0.0-10.4.1) smoothly and without long rendering time? Look up the table below, and you'll see it clearly.
How to transcode video to Final Cut Pro X native editing codec on Mac?
Tip: Acrok Video Converter Ultimate Windows version helps convert video, audio and even Blu-ray/DVD file to Apple ProRes 422 on Windows (7, 8, 10). In addition, it will continue to add new supported formats after the release of new versions! And you always get free updates of this video converter ultimate.
Install and run Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac. Click "Add files" icon to load your videos.
Set Output Format
Click "Format" bar, from its drop-down options, move your mouse to "Final Cut Pro" category, then select "Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)".
Start Video Conversion
After all necessary settings, hit the "Convert" button to start the video to ProRes codec conversion on Mac OS X. Once the conversion process shows in 100%, click "Open" button to get the output videos.