Have you recorded some MP4 or MOV video files with Canon EOS R5? In this article we will share the best Canon EOS R5 video converter with you, this 8K Video Converter will transcode Canon EOS R5 H.265 to Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro X, and then you can edit Canon EOS R5 8K ans 4K footage with FCP X without rendering and smoothly.
Canon EOS R5 Review:
Canon has just released the handbrake on its pro mirrorless cameras with a development announcement for the Canon EOS R5 – a new 8K-shooting, flagship mirrorless camera. It will offer in-body image stabilization, 20 fps burst shooting, 8K video capture and dual memory card slots. It will also permit automatic image transfer to Canon’s new cloud platform. It is the ideal camera for those looking to set their video and stills content apart from the rest. How to deal with these huge 8K videos before sharing? You may need to edit them in professional video editing software such as FCP X, Premiere Pro CC, Vagas Pro etc.
Canon EOS R5 has powerful video recording feature, it is able to record H.265 MOV videos, H.265 MP4 videos, H.264 MOV, H.264 MP4, etc. though the camera is able to record these professional video formats, it is not so easy to use the recordings, such as you can’t import 8K/4K H.265 files from Canon EOS R5 to FCP X, below is the problem asked by a Canon EOS R5 user.
Canon EOS R5 Specifications:
– Named the Canon EOS R5
– 45mp full-frame CMOS sensor
* 5 stops with IBIS alone
* 7-8 stops of correction when used with in-lens stabilization
– 12fps mechanical, 20fps electronic
– Dual card slots
– Scroll wheel added to the back
– No touch bar
– Liveview/Movie toggle like previous EOS DSLRs
– Larger capacity battery, but looks like the LP-E6
– 8K @ 30fps
– 4K @ 120fps
– 4K @ 60fps
– Built-in 5GHz WiFi
Canon EOS R5 H.265 to FCP X Question
“Hi there, can you tell me how can I get H.265 video from Canon EOS R5 into FCP X? Recently I have used Canon EOS R5 recorded some 8K MOV videos, but when I try to load Canon EOS R5 footage to Final Cut Pro X, it said the video format can’t be imported, can you share an effective way to solve this MOV files to FCP X issue? Any suggestion is appreciated, thank you!”
H.265/HEVC codec is usually adapted by professional cameras/camcorders, such as Canon XF705, Panasonic Lumix DC-S1R, GoPro Hero 8 with H.265 codec you can record videos in high quality, but for most users it’s not so convenient to use H.265 format, as this format is not well supported by editing programs and playable devices, for example you can’t directly import Canon EOS R5 MOV and MP4 files to FCP X for editing, because FCP X can’t support H.265 files well, just like the problem showed above.
FCP X can only import, playback, and editing of High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC, also known as H.265) video clips and High Efficiency Image Format (HEIF) photos from Apple devices. In this case how to edit Canon EOS R5 H.265 videos with Final Cut Pro X without problems? The best way is to convert H.265 to Apple ProRes codec MOV format on macOS Catalina, because this is native supported video format of FCP X, and you can edit videos natively with Apple ProRes codec.
Convert Canon EOS R5 H.265 to Apple ProRes for FCP X
Acrok Video converter Ultimate for Mac is a great program which can help you to convert H.265 files from Canon EOS R5 to FCP X supported Apple ProRes codec, you can also use it to convert videos recorded by other high-end camcorders. Convert between common video and audio formats like MOV, MP4, MXF, AVI, WMV, MKV, FLV, 3GP, VOB, ASF, SWF, DV, MP3, M4A, WAV, M4R, AAC, OGG, AC3 and more.
1. Install Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac on your computer, connect your Canon EOS R5 to MacBook/iMac through USB cable, click add files button on the top left corner of this best H.265 Video Converter, and import the MXF files from camcorder to your Mac computer, you can also directly drag and drop the videos into the Canon EOS R5 to FCP X Converter.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is just such an all-in-one multimedia toolkit to aid you in converting videos and DVD/Blu-ray to any format like MOV, AVI, M4V, WMV, MP4, MPEG, and rip Blu-ray/DVD to fit your mobile devices with fast speed and zero quality loss. Besides, you can also effortlessly full disc backup or directly copy main movie from your BD/DVD discs. As a multi-purpose software program, it works as good as a handy Swiss knife. So, it is a powerful Blu-ray Ripper too.
2. Click the format column and move the mouse to select Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.MOV), this is the best codec for FCP X editing.
For other editing software users, please choose output format under “Editing Software” category. Here, you can get Avid Media Composer, DaVinci Resolve, Premiere Pro CC, Vegas Pro, etc., supported format.
3. If you need to adjust the bitrate, resolution, codec, audio codec or other parameters please click settings button on the main interface, and you can adjust them according to your need.
4. Click convert button to start Canon EOS R5 H.265 to Apple ProRes codec conversion.
Works as the best Canon Video Converter on the market, Acrok Video Converter Ultiamte for Mac will transcode H.265 files from Canon EOS R5 to FCP X best editable codec with top video quality and conversion speed. When the conversion is finished, you can get the converted videos and import them to Final Cut Pro X for editing smoothly.
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