Import Canon EOS 7D Mark II H.264 MOV to FCP X on Mac

Posted by admin on March 28, 2015 under Canon MOV | Comments are off for this article

Here it mainly shows you an easy way to import and edit Canon EOS 7D Mark II mov files in Final Cut Pro X on Mac by transcoding mov to Apple ProRes Codec.

Canon EOS 7D Mark II DSLR Camera is characterized by its APS-C-sized 20.2MP CMOS sensor, dual DIGIC 6 image processors, and a top continuous shooting rate of 10 fps. All of these are great, till you find it is a problem importing the recorded H.264 MOV footages to Final Cut Pro for X editing.

Q1: I’m hoping some folks can help me here as I’m stumped. I shot around 60 minutes of last evening with my Canon 7D Mark II. But FCPX doesn’t like them, won’t import them and, in fact, I delete them. Not sure what use they were but they are of no use in FCPX now.

Q2: Hi, I know this is a pretty basic question, but I don’t feel like spending a lot of time on google. The way I thought was set it to 60fps and shutter at 125 in camera…then slow it by 50% in FCPX, but I’m not real happy with the results. Also, I saw a tutorial that used “Retiming” in Final Cut but I didn’t have any luck with that. Best way to get smooth Canon 7D Mark II Slow-Motion in FCP X? Thanks!

Q3: I cant seem to figure out how to import converted Canon 7D Mark II h.264 files to prores 4444 using compressor into FCPX. It doesnt seem to read the files? or if i import the Canon 7D Mark II h.264 file straight into FCP X and make an optimized media copy so that its 422 it doesn’t read it in FCPX?

Generally the H.264 is a delivery codec rather than editing code. To get those Canon 7D Mark II mov videos work flawlessly in Final Cut Pro X without rendering time, you need to transcode the Canon 7D Mark II video to a format more friendly for FCP, for instance, Apple ProRes codec.

If you’re looking for ease of use yet professional tool, I’ve had success using UFUSoft HD Video Converter for Mac to convert Canon 7D Mark II mov to FCP X native Apple ProRes. If you’re interested in doing likewise, check out the Mac MOV to ProRes Transcoder for Final Cut Pro X.

In short, the program is an easy-to-use and intuitive Mac tool for camcorder users. It is good at converting *.tod, *.mod, *.mov, *.mts, *.m2t, *.m2ts, *.mxf recordings shot by Panasonic, Sony, and Canon camcorders and cameras to formats compatible with your video editing software like iMovie, Final Cut Pro (X), Final Cut Express, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere, and more. Below is a brief guide for you.

How to use Canon 7D Mark II to FCP X converter?

1.Download Canon 7D Mark II FCP X converter via the download button, install this program on your Mac computer. Besides Mac version, this UFUSoft HD Converter for Mac program also has Windows version, so you can also use it to convert Canon 7D Mark II H.264 MOV files on Windows PC. Besides MOV files, you can also convert videos like MTS to FCP X or other programs.

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2.Launch this Canon 7D Mark II to Final Cut Pro X converter, and then click add files button to import the footages that you want to convert.

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3.Choose output format by clicking the format bar. Apple ProRes codec is recommended to edit with FCP X, so just click and choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov).

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4.Press convert button to start Canon 7D Mark II MOV to FCP X conversion.

Just wait some time, UFUSoft HD Video Converter for Mac will help you transcode the videos with high quality and speed, when the H.264 to FCP X conversion is done, you can import converted videos into Final Cut Pro X and edit as you want.

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