Import Canon C100 MTS to FCP (X)

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Import Canon C100 MTS to FCP (X)

Postby Vincent121 » Fri Dec 21, 2012 2:33 am

Import Canon C100 MTS to FCP (X) and Free Burn C100 MTS to DVD on Mac

Summary: Want to find the best way to transcode Canon C100 AVCHD video to ProRes 422 codec for FCP (X) editing? Read this article below and you will know it.

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The Canon EOS C100 Digital Video Camera is the latest addition to the Cinema EOS family, bringing together the renowned technology of Canon CMOS sensors, DIGIC DV III Image Processor, and EF lens compatibility in a smaller, lighter body. Modular and compatible with a host of Canon and third-party accessories, the EOS C100 brings true cinema quality to independent event videographers and video production organizations.

Key features:

- 1080p 24Mbps up to 30p AVCHD MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 codec,
- 4:2:0, 15% smaller than the C300, EF mount version only,
- locking HDMI out, Canon Log Gamma, Records to dual SD Cards
- can also output uncompressed digital HD to an external recorder

As this C100 record videos in AVCHD MTS format, you may meet some problems when edit the video files such as edit in FCP (X). AVCHD is not supported by FCP (X) natively, you will need to convert Canon C100 AVCHD to MOV before editing in FCP (X). To do the job, Pavtube HD Converter for Mac is a good tool.

How to import Canon C100 AVCHD 1080p MTS to Final Cut Pro (X) for editing without rendering for beginners?

FCP (X) best supported video format is Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, so FCP X doesn't support Canon C100 AVCHD footages well. The best method to solve this problem is to convert Canon C100 AVCHD MTS footage to ProRes for editing in Final Cut Pro X, you can follow the steps below to transcode Canon C100 AVCHD MTS to FCP X for editing without rendering.

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1.Load AVCHD files.

After install and launch the Pavtube Canon C100 Converter for Mac, drag and drop Canon C100 AVCHD MTS file. You can drag several files to the program directly.

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2.Choose output format.

Apple ProRes MOV is the best format for Final Cut Pro (X), here you just need to choose the target application as output format, for example, "Final Cut Pro"->"Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)".

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3. Do some settings as you want.

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4.Transcode Canon C100 AVCHD to FCP (X).

At last, hit the "Convert" button to transcode Canon C100 AVCHD MTS to FCP (X).

With this Pavtube Canon C100 Video Converter for Mac, you can easily change Canon C100 AVCHD files to FCP (X) compatible codec for editing, this software runs fast, so you can convert your Canon C100 AVCHD footages to ProRes 422 MOV for importing to FCP (X) in less time, video and audio synchronization are perfectly guaranteed.

After converting you can follow this guide Final Cut Pro X files Transferring to import the converted Canon C100 AVCHD videos to FCP (X) for editing. You can also find more tips and tricks in Canon Column, MTS column and FCP column.

PS. If you want to burn your vivid videos from Canon C100 to DVD disc or ISO files for backup or storage, you can take a try on Pavtube DVD Creator for Mac, which is a great Mac DVD burning software, you can take this AVCHD to DVD guide for example. Be worth what carry is PavTube Studio now start of the [b]Christmas Giveaway Activity! If you buy any converter product, you will get DVD Creator for free, so you can homemade Christmas Gift ideas - Free Burn a DVD as Christmas Gift. In addition, you can also get other software at up to 40% off Blu-ray Ripper, up to 30% off DVD Ripper. Excitement! You can save $13 get Pavtube Ultimate Video Converter! Action!

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