Import Nikon D600 H.264 MOV videos to FCP 7

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Import Nikon D600 H.264 MOV videos to FCP 7

Postby jacknjchn » Mon Sep 24, 2012 10:57 am

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The Nikon D600 is the smallest, least expensive full frame DSLR on the market, aimed directly at enthusiast photographers. It is built around a 24MP, 36x24mm, CMOS sensor and crams many of the features of the more expensive D800 into a distinctly D7000-esque body. It features a 100% coverage viewfinder and 39-point autofocus system, nine of which are cross-type points. It can capture 1080p HD video at 30, 25 or 24 frames per second and the files are compressed with the H.264 codec QuickTime format.

Due to the coder – decoder it adopts, you may meet importing problem while you want to transfer Nikon D600 H.264 MOV files to FCP 7 for editing/burning your home videos.

Here we recommend Brorsoft H.264 to ProRes Converter. The best important factor appropriates me to choose it is its large variety of video formats. I feel it is very dependable and does exactly what I need it to do. Overall I am very happy with it and feel it was a good investment of my money. So I thinks it's worth to try and you can have a free trial at first. Below is the detailed guide, please go through it.

Step 1: Free download the top H.264 to ProRes Converter and install it on your Mac (PS. The best H.264 to ProRes Converter is also compatible with the latest mac os x mountain lion system .). After the installation, please run it and load your H.264 footages directly from your D600 or from the copied folder on your desktop to the converter.

Tips:
1. If you want to combine all the files together for easy importing to Final Cut Pro, please tick the box "Merge into one" on the main interface.
2. Double click on the selected file and you can have a preview on the viewer.
3. You can click the Browse button to choose the output destination as you like. After the Nikon D600 H.264 MOV to ProRes conversion, you can click the "Open" button to find the converted ProRes MOV files.

Step 2: Hit the Format box and select one of the Apple ProRes codecs on the dropdown list. You are advised to choose “Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)”or “Apple ProRes 422 HQ (*.mov)” format. Due to the difference in the compression standard of H.264 and ProRes 422, the converted files are significantly larger than the original ones. If you prefer smaller file size, please choose “Apple ProRes 422 (LT) (*.mov)” instead.
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Step 3: Adjust the video and audio parameters, including the Bitrate of Video and Audio, the Codec of Video and Audio, Video Size, Sample Rate, Frame Rate, Audio Channels, etc., by clicking the Settings button on the main interface. The screenshot listed below is our recommendation on the settings for you.
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Step 4: Click the arrow button on the main interface to start converting Nikon D600 H.264 QuickTime files to Apple ProRes for editing in fcp 7.

After the H.264 to ProRes conversion is 100% completed, please click run the FCP 7 and click File --> Import --> Files for importing Nikon D600 recordings to FCP 7 for further editing.

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