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Canon EOS C100 Mark II is released by Canon not long ago, many users are attracted by this new camcorder, it is the updated version of Canon C100, it incorporates the continuous autofocus function compatible with all Canon autofocus lenses, using Dual Pixel CMOS AF technology. With this technology it can offer more accurate and faster autofocusing to help users get high quality images.
The Canon EOS C100 Mark II equipped with some powerful features, such as face detection, additional frame rates when recording in AVCHD, MP4 recording, etc. with this powerful camcorder, you can record videos in 24 Mbps 1080p AVCHD format, frame rates of 59.94p, 50p, 59.94i, 50i, 24p, 25p, PF30, and PF24 are all available to meet the needs of your production workflow. You can also record videos with C100 Mark II in 1080p MP4 format.
Canon EOS C100 Mark II to FCP X importing and editing issue:
“Hi guys, recently I bought the newly released Canon EOS C100 Mark II camcorder, I am satisfied with the quality of the image it recorded, so these days I recorded a lot of videos with this powerful camcorder. But today I encountered one problem, when I try to import the AVCHD MTS files from Canon EOS C100 Mark II to FCP X on Mac, the final cut pro X said the video format can’t be supported, so I can’t import the videos to FCP X successfully, can you help me?”
More and more users have bought the Canon EOS C100 Mark II camcorder to record full HD videos in 1080p AVCHD format, but a lot of them have encountered the problem to import Canon EOS C100 Mark II AVCHD MTS files to FCP X, the problem is that the FCP X can’t support C100 Mark II recorded MTS videos, so you can’t import videos to FCP X for editing directly. From Apple website you will find the information that FCP X native supported video format is Apple ProRes codec MOV format, only with this format can you edit video files with final cut pro natively, so the best way to solve Canon EOS C100 Mark II to FCP X importing and editing problem is to convert C100 Mark II AVCHD MTS files to apple prores 422 or prores 4444 codec MOV format, and then you can edit Canon EOS C100 Mark II files in FCP X smoothly.
How to convert Canon EOS C100 Mark II MTS files to FCP X apple prores?
The best software to convert Canon EOS C100 Mark II MTS files to FCP X apple prores is Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac, this is the best apple prores converter on the market, with it you can convert Canon EOS C100 Mark II MTS files or any other videos to apple prores 422/4444 codec MOV format, and then you can import the videos to FCP X for editing natively. Please download it from the link below, and follow the steps to convert your videos.
1. Download and install Canon EOS C100 Mark II MTS files to FCP X converter, you will see its brief main interface, this software is very easy to operate, it can convert your videos in just few clicks.
2. Click add files button you load your Canon EOS C100 Mark II AVCHD MTS files, you can add batch files at one time.
3. Click format bar and choose Apple prores 422 codec MOV format for output, it is the best format for FCP X and FCP 7. Besides FCP, this best AVCHD Converter can also convert videos to iMovie, Avid Media Composer, Adobe Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5, etc.
4. Click the settings button on the main interface you will be able to adjust the output parameters, you can customize the resolution, bitrate, frame rate, etc. if you don’t need to adjust you can skip this step.
5. The last step is to click convert button to start Canon EOS C100 Mark II MTS files to FCP X conversion process.
Acrok HD Video Converter for Mac will convert your Canon EOS C100 Mark II MTS files to FCP X with top quality and fast speed, when the files are converted you can load them to FCP X for editing without any problems, and you don’t need to render again, now you can edit your videos natively with FCP X. With this software you can also convert AVCHD to FCP 7, Avid Media Composer, etc.
This post introduces an easy-to-use and reliable H.265 Video Converter for FCP X and Premiere Pro CC to help you convert Samsung NX1 4K H.265 Video files to ProRes/H.264 for working with FCP X/Premiere Pro CC smoothly.
Construction is top-notch too. The NX1 body is made of magnesium alloy, giving you strength without masses and masses of weight. It still weighs 550g without a lens, but that’s actually not too bad when you consider its size.
Samsung is using a new codec, H.265 (HEVC) and 40Mbps for its 4K video. This is claimed to have the same image quality, but half the size of 100Mbps H.264 footage. Although 4K footage can be recorded to the memory card (SD/SDHC/SDXC/UHS-I/UHS-II) it is also possible to send clean, compressed 4:2:0 8-bit 4K footage to an external recorder via an HDMI connection.
Converting Samsung NX1 4K H.265 Video files to FCP X and Premiere Pro CC
“Howdy, I know some of you must be using FCP X to edit 4K footage from Samsung NX1 4K . My question is this, ‘are you converting the H.265 video files over to ProRes or any other friendly editing codec?’ And if you are which converter application are you using? When I research this via Google I keep getting different kinds of stand alone converters. Are any of them good? Thanks for your help in advance.”
Being a high-performance video camera, the Samsung NX1 is able to shoot videos at 4K video at 24 fps, UHD at 30 fps, and full 1080p HD video at up to 60 fps. Samsung NX1 records H.265 as, so it won’t be a problem to convert NX1 video clips to ProRes with third party converters like HD Video Converter for Mac.
About HD Video Converter for Mac
Working well as a Samsung Video Converter for Mac, the H.265 Converter for Mac is capable of converting NX1 video files for editing in FCP X, iMovie, FCE, Avid, Premiere Pro, etc. and viewing on popular devices like iPad Air, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy Tab S, Galaxy S5, Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro and more. More than handling H.265 footage, it is also able to recognize AVCHD MTS, M2TS, MXF, MKV, AVI, MP4, MPEG, VOB, FLV and other video formats as input.
Free download Samsung NX1 Video Converter
Samsung NX1 to FCP X Converter – how to encode H.265 video to ProRes and H.264?
Step 1: Run HD Video Converter for Mac as a professional Samsung NX1 Video to FCP X and Premiere Pro CC Converter. When its main interface comes up, click ‘Add File’ to load source Samsung NX1 video to it.
Step 2: Select ‘Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)’ as output format under ‘Final Cut Pro’ column. The ProRes codec is workable in the latest version FCP X and the former version FCP 6 and FCP 7. For editing Samsung NX1 4K H.265 video in Premeire Pro CC, you can go to editing software category then find out Adobe/Sony Vegas AVC MOV (*.mov).
Step 3: Adjust video and audio settings
If necessary, you can click ‘Settings’ button and go to ‘Profiles Settings’ panel to modify video and audio settings like video encoder, resolution, video bit rate, frame rate, aspect ratio, audio encoder, sample rate, audio bit rate, and audio channels. 3D settings are also available.
Step 4: Click ‘Convert’ to start Samsung NX1 video conversion.
Step 5: Click ‘Open’ to get generated video files for using in Final Cut Pro X/7/6 and Premiere Pro CC with optimum performance.
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