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30% off Rip Thanksgiving Blu-ray movie to FCP on Mac

Postby Applefly » Wed Nov 13, 2013 8:39 am

30% off Rip Thanksgiving Blu-ray movie to FCP on Mac with easy

Description: Want to edit your Blu-ray movies in Final Cut Pro but only to find that you can't import Blu-ray to Final Cut Pro? Check out how to solve the problem here!

Do you, like me, gather many Blu-ray movies and would like to make your own version with the help of Final Cut Pro so that you could share with family members and friends on the coming Thanksgiving Day 2013? You may wonder how to make it work since Final Cut Pro only accepts DV, HDV, P2 MXF (DVCProHD), XDCAM, and 2K film formats, and the Blu-ray compatibility is not available so far.

"I have a wonderful Blu-ray borrowed from my roommate, and I wish to import this Blu-ray movies to my Final Cut Pro for editing on it and using some of the video in another project. However, each time I've tried to put Blu-ray to my FCP I received an error code. Any suggestion? By the way, I want the picture quality to be as best as possible. Thanks in advance."- Cindy

Final Cut Pro kicked off a storm in the video-editing field when Apple first released it. Touting non-linear advanced and powerful editing features, it is definitely the best tool to edit and make your personalized videos or movies on Mac. For those who want to import Blu-ray to Final Cut Pro for editing, it isn't without hiccups because Final Cut Pro does not support DVD importing. Luckily, I know an easy way to fix this problem.

The easiest and best way is to convert Blu-ray to Apple ProRes codec which is considered as the best supported video format by FCP. Among all these Blu-ray ripping tools developed by Mac users, Pavtube Blu-ray to FCP Converter for Mac will be a great helper, which enables you to easily rip and convert Blu-ray/DVD/ISO/IFO files to Final Cut Pro friendly video format and import your Blu-ray movie for editing on it in one fell swoop. With a much-needed injection of new features and overhauled interface, you will surely enjoy an easy but brand new Blu-ray ripping experience with this Pavtube Blu-ray Ripper for Mac.

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With the best Blu-ray to FCP Converter for Mac, you can rip/convert Blu-ray movies to Apple ProRes 422 for FCP without quality loss in a fast speed on your Mac OS X. Now download this program and follow the guide below to complete your task.

What do you need in advance?
1. Get a Mac PC
2. Connect Blu-ray Driver to your Mac
3. Download Pavtube Blu-ray to ProRes Converter

Full guide: How to convert Blu-ray movies to ProRes 422 for Final Cut Pro?

Step 1. Load Blu-ray movie.

Insert Blu-ray to disc drive, launch the best Blu-ray ProRes Converter and click the "Load disc" button to import source Blu-ray.

Pick one audio track and subtitles in the drop-down list of Audio and Subtitles. You are free to preview Blu-ray movie in the right preview window to check if you get the correct audio track and subtitles.


Step 2. Select output format.

Choose the suitable output format from the "Format" menu, and here choose "Final Cut Pro>Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)" as output format.


Tip: If you like, click on the "Settings" icon to adjust audio and video parameters, such as Bitrate, Size, frame rate, etc to your own requirements.


Step 3. Start ripping Blu-ray movies to ProRes.

Double check all press and hit the "Convert" button to start ripping Blu-ray movies to Final Cut Pro compatible Apple ProRes format on Mac OS X. Once the conversion finishes, import the ripped video files to FCP and edit them to get your own video clip with ease.

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Source: http://open-media-community.com/2013/11/01/import-blu-ray-to-final-cut-studio/
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