|Posted: 11/12/10 05:12 AM|
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|How to import m4v video files to fcp for editing?|
More and more Mac users have Final Cut studios and would like to edit videos on Final Cut Pro. Apple's Final Cut Pro Software is a highly-regarded video editing, compositing, and special effects package for the Macintosh.
Because the encoder of M4V may be H.264 or Xvid, so the situation that you can??t import m4v videos to FCP is likably to occur. FCP only accept QuickTime compatible encoder like some H.264.
So M4V to FCP converter for Mac is useful for those who can??t import M4V to their final cut pro on Mac OS X.
How to convert M4V files to FCP on Mac in details?
Step 1, Download m4v to final cut pro converter for Mac,
Step 2, Import M4V files to mac m4v to fcp converter (either by dragging files or clicking click ??File??->??Add Video Files??).
Step 3, Set the output format as Final Cut Pro in the Format list, and set other settings as you like .Then click ??Convert??->??Start Conversion?? to convert files.
Note: You can change the setting for the output files by click the ??settings??. Moreover, you can click?? Trim??, ??Crop?? ??effect?? button at the top to customize your vides to your needs.
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What is Final Cut Pro?
Final Cut Pro is a professional non-linear editing software application developed by Apple Inc. The application is only available for Mac OS X version 10.5.6 or later, and is a module of the Final Cut Studio product. The software logs and captures video onto a hard drive (internal or external), where it can be edited and processed. The current version of Final Cut Pro, version 7, runs only on Intel processors. It is compatible with many hardware interfaces.
Final Cut Pro provides non-linear, non-destructive editing of any QuickTime compatible video format including DV, HDV, P2 MXF (DVCProHD), XDCAM, 2K, film formats. The latest version of Final Cut Pro (version 6) claims better integration with Apple's other Pro applications and improved codec support for editing HD, DV and SD video formats. Final Cut Pro 6 now also supports mixed video formats (both resolution and framerate) in the timeline with real time support.
Final Cut Pro 6 uses the included application Cinema Tools to keep track of original film sources through the telecine editing processes. Final Cut Pro 6 is part of the Final Cut Studio 2 suite, and also has the ability to edit natively in HDV.