Category Archives: Canon

Convert Canon AVCHD/MTS/MXF to FCP X/7/6

Edit Canon EOS-1D X Mark III MP4 in FCP X

Edit Canon EOS-1D X Mark III MP4 in FCP X

Built for speed, sensitivity, and precision, the Canon EOS-1D X Mark III is a powerful DSLR designed for sports, wildlife, and other trying and dynamic imaging applications. The 1D X III is capable of full-width internal 12-bit 4K RAW recording at 5,472 x 2,886 up to 60fps – though AF/E and tracking are only supported up to 30fps. In addition to a selection of 4K crops, it also supports 1080p video at up to 120fps with AF/E and tracking. Thus, here comes the problem that H.265 video format is hardly compatible with many NLEs, like Final Cut Pro X. In this page, we will offer a simple solution to edit Canon EOS-1D X Mark III H.265 footage in FCP X.

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Edit Fujifilm X-T4 4K H.265 videos in Final Cut Pro X

Edit Fujifilm X-T4 4K H.265 videos in Final Cut Pro X

Fujifilm X-T4 is a new camera that released not long ago, it has the ability to capture high quality 4K H.265 videos. The 4K H.265 format enables users get the top quality of images, but to most users, it is not so easy to use Fujifilm X-T4 4K H.265 videos with FCP X. How to import Fujifilm X-T4 4K H.265 files to Final Cut Pro X and edit natively? From this article, we will share the way to convert Fujifilm X-T4 4K H.265 files to Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, and then you can edit Fujifilm X-T4 videos in FCP X natively. Continue reading

Canon EOS R5 FCP X - Edit Canon EOS R5 8K/4K video in FCP X

Canon EOS R5 FCP X – Edit Canon EOS R5 8K/4K video in FCP X

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. Continue reading

Import 4K H.265 files from Canon XF705 to Lightworks

The Canon XF705 is a new professional camera that combines high end digital film quality with the ergonomics and features of a traditional broadcast camera. Recording wise the XF705 lays down footage to SD cards, primarily in HEVC (H.265) format. This means that your recording media costs are kept down, and the camera can record in 10-bit at up to 160Mbps at a very high quality in 4K. Whereas, problems still exist when importing Canon XF705 footage to Lightworks. In this page, we aim to crack the users’ puzzles how to work with Canon XF705 H.265 files in Lightworks natively. Continue reading

Edit Canon XA55 MXF in Premiere Pro CC and Sony Vegas Pro 16

Featuring a stylish, easy-to-handle design, the camera records UHD 4K30 and Full HD 1080p60 captured to dual SD card slots, and outputs to mini-HDMI and 3G-SDI ports. The dual SD card slots allow for automatic switching from one card to another, as well as simultaneous recording to both. The camera can output up to 1920 x 1080p 10-bit 4:2:2 video at 59.94 fps via its mini-HDMI and 3G-SDI outputs. The XA55 can record in XF-AVC or MP4 formats to dual SD card slots. Continue reading