AVI to Apple ProRes, how to convert AVI to ProRes for FCP Ma

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AVI to Apple ProRes, how to convert AVI to ProRes for FCP Ma

Postby tomia » Mon Nov 19, 2012 3:16 am

AVI to Apple ProRes, how to convert AVI to ProRes for FCP Mac?

Audio Video Interleaved or Audio Video Interleave, known by its initials AVI, is a multimedia container format. AVI is a derivative of the Resource Interchange File Format. Some Mac users have some AVI files, which from their friends or from cameras. They need to edit these AVI files with Final Cut Pro on Mac. But the AVI files is not compitable well with FCP, so we need do something to solve this problem.

As a powerful video editing software, Final Cut Pro which is the best choice for Mac users to eidt their videos. This tool supports some video formats like MOV, MP4, DV, etc. So the convenient method is converting AVI to ProRes on Mac. At this time, AVI to ProRes Converter for Mac palys an important role. It allows users to convert AVI to Apple ProRes on Mac. More, you can convert AVI to other video formats like WMV, FLV, MKV, MPG, VOB, and so on.

Mac AVI to PreRes Converter is not just a video conversion tool, it provides users more chocie to edit their AVI files if you need. The video editing functions like cropping videos, merging videos, trimming videos, adding watermark and so on. One word, this converter enables you exprence the efficiently conversion process. You can import converted AVI files to FCP on Mac.

Step 1. Import files to this converter

After free download and running AVI to ProRes Converter Mac, just click add button to upload videos to this program.


Step 2. Select output format

Click the format bar and choose output format. We can select Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov), Apple ProRes 4444 (*.mov) as format.

Step 3. Convert videos to ProRes on Mac

When settings and editing finished, click convert button to convert AVI to Apple ProRes on Mac.
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