2015年5月19日星期二

Get Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Files into FCP X on Yosemite

Convert Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera Files to smaller video packages for using in FCP X on Yosemite, any good suggestions? The following guide will tell you a best solution.



Final Cut Pro is excellent editing software, but many videos are not supported by Final Cut Pro due to the frame rate and codec reason, and users can't edit the imported videos in FCP smoothly. What's the best solution? The best way is to convert videos to FCP best supported format- Apple ProRes codec MOV format, and then you can import and edit videos in FCP smoothly.

Be fond of FCP, one of our consumers, who works for a charity, always shoots video files because of job demand with Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera. Before sharing the video, he used to do some edit work in FCP X. What has confused him for a long time is that how to convert the large original files to create smaller video packages for using in FCP X on Yosemite.

Here, Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac is what needed and it can get rid of this confusion. With this best video converter, you can convert Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera files to Apple ProRes 422 for smaller video packages and you can also convert MOV/AVCHD/MTS/M2TS/MXF to Final Cut Pro with ProRes codec easily.

Refer to ProRes codec, Blackmagic Design announced new Apple ProRes format for all Blackmagic Design Cameras last year. Blackmagic Design camera customers have always been able to record in both CinemaDNG RAW or compressed ProRes 422 HQ formats, however now this new software update adds three additional Apple ProRes file formats, ProRes 422, ProRes 422 LT and ProRes 422 Proxy. This means customers using Blackmagic Design cameras will be able to get significantly smaller video file sizes allowing much longer recording durations on the same media card, all while preserving full frame 10-bit 4:2:2 quality.
Tips: Know more about Types of Apple ProRes Codecs.

                                      

How to convert Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera files to smaller video packages for FCP X editing?

Step 1: Download and open the main interface, on the left corner, we can see the two buttons called “Add video” or “Add from folder” there. Load your Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera files with individual clips or a complete folder, these two item can help you a lot.



Step 2: Then it’s time to come to the output list after opening the ‘Format’ bar. Drop down the list, we can find the suitable item “Final Cut Pro>>Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as the best output.



Step 3: Why not come to the ‘Edit’ button to take a close look? Here, you may be surprised with the various adjustments items. Decide your video length? Cut your video edges? Let me show you around here in the following screen shot.



Step 4: Finally, go back to the main interface and press on the “Convert” button, we can get our work started with a faster speed.

Conclusion: As soon as you get the output result, you can transfer converted files to FCP X as usual. If you are a good reader, you will not find any other troubles when converting Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera footages for smaller size editing in FCP X on Yosemite. Just have fun and happy Valentine’s Day!

Further Reading:
  • Make Blackmagic 4K ProRes to be Editable in Premiere Pro CC/CS: Due to BlackMagic camera tiny body and high quality design, it has been popular for several decades. The Super 16 sized sensor has an effective resolution of 1920 x 1080 and is capable of capturing 13 stops of dynamic range. However, if you would like to edit 4K prores files in Premiere Pro CC or CS, some troubles will confuse us a lot.
  • MXF Converter for Mac to solve Hyperdeck Studio MXF audio out of sync: Have you encounter mxf audio out of sync when importing MXF to Final Cut Pro, Avid, Adobe Premiere on Mac. Aunsoft MXF audio and video Converter for Mac is the best one to convert Hyperdeck Studio MXF to DNxHD, ProRes, AVC MOV on Mac without Audio/Video Out of Sync issues.
  • Surprise for MTS to QuickTime or DV Format on Mac Yosemite: Are there any suggestions about converting MTS files to QuickTime/DV .mov format for editing, playing and uploading on Mac Yosemite? Please read this article following and you’ll get detailed information about it.

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