Have you also have this problem: download a .mp4 movie from iTunes to convert mp4 file to Final Cut Pro, unfortunately it doesn't unreadable by FCP. or you have a canera captures in an mp4 format and need to convert best format before importing mp4 to FCP? In case like this, MP4 is partially supported by FCP because MP4 is the container format and can be of different codecs. Some MP4 files from different devices and software can't be imported to FCP directly. So you need an prefessional MP4 to Final Cut Pro Converter. MP4 to Final Cut ProConverter is the best workaround to convert mp4 file to DV, MOV for FCP on Mac, all the output option can be customized, you can tweak frame rate, bit rate, sample rate to their highest setting for best output effect, or just leave them default. How to import MP4 to Final Cut Pro on Mac
Step 1: Download MP4 to FCP Converter
Step 2: Load MP4 files to the program 1. Click Add File button to browser and import videos to the program; 2. Drag your video file to the program directly.
Step 3: Select output format You can customize the output setting by setting MOV, DV etc. as your output format. Step 4: Convert MP4 to FCP Mac Hit Convert, video files will be converted to FCP workable format immediately.The conversion time depends on the files you load and your computer speed.
If you want to learn about import video files to Final Cut Pro, following this: MPG to Final Cut Pro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUKZaUM_1sA AVI to Final Cut Pro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Rckwjnyt-M MTS to Final Cut Pro: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XCvgHHDseyk MOV to Final Cut Pro: http://www.iorgsoft.com/FCP-articles/mov-to-final-cut-pro-converter/ Video Converter for Mac: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IssAzss5BAo Video Editor for Mac: http://www.iorgsoft.com/tutorial/How-to-edit-video-files-on-mac-os/
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