Transcode Canon EOS 6D MOV to FCP

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Transcode Canon EOS 6D MOV to FCP

Postby bbcbird2 » Sat Dec 22, 2012 12:45 pm

Canon 6D is a superb full frame camera which cost about $2100 that’s reasonable for most photography enthusiasts. The brand new feature of the camera could it be ships with Gps navigation and Wi-Fi function, that are first seen around the Canon SLR. Therefore, it let you know the place individuals and show where you’ve been throughout the day. It’s interesting!

Additional features? are also attractive, one of best may be the 20.2MP full frame CMOS sensor, able to record 1080P videos with full particulars, but when buying one, you’ll find it’s impossible to edit Canon 6D 1080P MOV in FCP or iMovie, why? You might be bothered that FCP and iMovie both accept MOV files so why do not support Canon MOV. For the reason that the codec of Canon H.264 MOV and FCP MOV isn’t the same and also the H.264 Codec isn’t based on the Apple editing software. To resolve this issue, you need to simply convert Canon 6D H.264 to Apple ProRes 422 MOV, this is a solution.

AVCHD Converter for Mac is an ideal tool for you to transcode Canon 6D 1080P H.264 MOV to Apple ProRes MOV for FCP, iMovie, FCE to edit. Besides, it can convert the MOV videos to MP4 to play on Galaxy S III, Galaxy Note 2, Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Nook HD , Kindle Fire HD and so on. Below will take converting H.264 MOV to FCP as example to show you how.


1.Launch Apple ProRes 422 Converter Mac and load Canon 6D MOV to it
hit ”Add files” button to import files or just find the files on your Mac then drag them to the program. You can drag several files together.

2.Set output format as FCP
Now you just need to choose “Final Cut Pro”->”Apple ProRes 422(*.mov)”.

3.Convert Canon H.264 MOV to FCP
At last hit the “Convert” button to start H.264 MOV to FCP converting, when finish conversion you can import the converted files to FCP to edit then. ... ov-on-mac/
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