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 XAVC to FCP 7 Guide: Edit PXW-X500 XAVC file in FCP 6/7 Natively

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PostSubject: XAVC to FCP 7 Guide: Edit PXW-X500 XAVC file in FCP 6/7 Natively    Wed Jan 28, 2015 3:27 am

This guides relies on the topic of making Sony PXW-X500 smoothly edited in FCP 6/7 especially for those people who work FCP 6/7 for much.

"Several days ago, I took part in the big outside party which hold to celebrate the 2014 Halloween in the next block, as the professional video editor, I was invited to record the happy moments. During the all night, I worked well with my new camcorder, Sony PXW-X500. However, you know it is so necessary to edit them for a dispose in FCP 7. It seems there are some trouble in this importing progress. 'Unsupported' warning I've got on my screen. So any solutions there?"



It seems XAVC - the latest high definition video format introduced by Sony is not supported by FCP so far. Surely, you may know that some third-party tools can also do this job but what you don't know is sometimes, we will meet the trouble of unstable working capacity, conflict versions, etc. so I recommend the Pavtube XAVC to FCP 6/7 Converter for Mac for all you guys. With the stable version and excellent capacity, I'm you can enjoy it as your best assistant.

Note: You can also try three top Mac XAVC Video Converters that each one can handle the XAVC/XAVC S videos well for editing or playback on Mac: Top 3 Best XAVC/XAVC S Video Converter for Mac Review

Follow my steps and just with one screenshot, I can provide you the all details on how to make Sony PXW-X500 XAVC videos friendly with FCP 6/7. For a first step, load your files in with 'Add video' and 'Add from folder'. If you connect your camera with the computer by USB cable, you can drag them directly in this program. Next we are going to the most important point, which should we choose as the best output? There are several types of Apple ProRes Codec especially for FCP, just choose one you think the best in the 'Final Cut Pro' on the output list. For example, 'Apple ProRes Codec 422 (*.mov)' may be your choice. When you choose the output, in 'Editor' and 'Settings' buttons, you will get more.



Tips: No matter for the latest Windows 10 or Mac Yosemite, you can go well with this job. For some people who are the first time to use FCP7 or FCP 6, here are some transfer steps for you.


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HD Video Converter for Mac Key Features:
-Convert 1080p/720p MKV, MOV, MXF, MTS, M2TS, M2T, TS, M4V, MP4, AVI, MPG, VOB, WMV, 3GP, FLV videos for playing, editing, uploading or burning.
-Support ProRes/DNxHD/DVCPRO/AIC and other codecs for NLEs on Mac.
-Convert HD footages from Sony, Canon, Nikon, Panasonic, JVC, etc.
-Convert any video and audio for multiple playback devices.

DVD Creator for Mac:
-Create playable DVD disc, DVD folder and DVD ISO from different file types.
-Make DVDs from TiVo, MTS, MOV, WMV, AVI, MPEG, MP4, MKV and more.
-Burn ISO image file and DVD folder/VIDEO_TS to a DVD disc directly.
-Create DVD movies with NTSC or PAL video standard.



Source: http://camcordervideoshare.altervista.org/blog/edit-pxw-x500-xavc-infcp-6-7/
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