Final Cut Pro X is really a powerful editing tool for mac users, most people use it for editing AVCHD footage from a variety of camcorders. However, FCPX isn’t able to import all AVCHD footage. It definitely cannot import AVCHD footage from specific Panasonic camcorders. The best solution to solve this problem is converting AVCHD/MTS to Apple Prores 422, which is compatibled well by Final Cut Pro X.
In this case, a professional video converter is necessary. the all-in-one Mac video converter – Pavtube Video Converter for Mac will be your best choice. The Mac video conversion software supports Apple ProRes encoding to help you quickly transcode any video to ProRes 422 for FCPX in a short time with quality lossless.
The following article will supply all the information you need to convert Panasonic .MTS files to FCPX. At first, please make sure you have installed this AVCHD to FCPX converter on your computer. Then, just follow the guide to operate it.
Step 1. Run this tool and add your AVCHD footage from Panasonic camcorders ( other brand camcorder footage also can be handled well ).
Step 2. Choose the Apple ProRes format. Click on “Format” and choose “Final Cut Pro< Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as the output format. Just like this:
Step 3. Click the “convert” button to start the conversion.
Once the conversion is done, you could easily import the .mov files into Final Cut Pro X without rendering. Now you can edit AVCHD/MTS footage in FCPX as you like.
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