Convert to ProRes HQ 422 for editing in FCP X on Mac

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Convert to ProRes HQ 422 for editing in FCP X on Mac

Postby HaileyLi » Thu Sep 26, 2013 3:02 am

Convert Tivo files to ProRes HQ 422 for editing in FCP X on Mac

Description: This guide reveals how to convert Tivo files to Apple ProRes for editing in FCP X smoothly; more presets are integrated for NLEs or playback Tivo on portable devices.

We all know the TV shows can be recorded into Tivo files with the help with Tivo Desktop software; it's much more convenient for us to playback, to edit the TV plays/shows without catching time all the time. But the fact is that video in .tivo format is not very good for playback on computer not to mention edit them.

If you also have this problem to figure out how to edit Tivo videos on Mac, this article is right here to help you out.

Here I'd like to introduce the Mac Tivo to FCP X Converter, a professional tivo converting program on Mac which supports outputting various video formats.

Follow this link to download a free trial version. (Tips: You can also try 20% off iMedia Converter for Mac, it can convert Blu-ray, DVD and any HD Video files to FCP support format on Mac OS X.)

Step One. Download and install this Tivo to FCP X Converter for Mac, click the top left icon to import your tivo files.


Step Two. Choose "Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422(HQ)(*.mov)" as the best intermediate video format for editing tivo in Final Cut Pro X.

Pavtube programs also support customizing video size, bitrate(quality), frame rate and other settings; click "Settings" and change the figure as your needs.


Step Three. Trim out ads before conversion.

If you want to share the ultimate video with others or just enjoy by yourself, the ads could be very annoyed. No worries, Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac enables trim, crop, add 3D effect, add subtitles and edit audio features, thus you can do a clear conversion and save the waiting time correspondingly.


Step 4. Now click the big "Convert" to start this easy conversion. Wait for a few moments; you can click "Open" to locate the converted video directly.

OK, let's import video files into FCP X for editing.

More guides that you may want to read:

How do I import and edit HD videos in Final Cut Pro
How to Import M2T files to Final Cut Pro (X)
Convert Sony XDCAM Multi-track MXF to Apple ProRes for FCP
Rewrap DNxHD MXF files to ProRes for FCP X or FCP 7
Convert MXF to Apple ProRes 422, ProRes 422 HQ or ProRes 4444
How to convert M4V to Apple Prores for FCP
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