Canon EOS C70 is an excellent cinema camcorder, it has the ability to capture videos in advanced MXF video format, do you have the need to edit EOS C70 MXF in Final Cut Pro X? In this article you will learn the way to import MXF files from Canon EOS C70 to Final Cut Pro X, and then you can edit Canon EOS C70 MXF files with Final Cut Pro in native supported Apple ProRes 422 codec, you will be able to edit the Canon EOS C70 MXF videos with FCP X smoothly.
The exterior design of EOS C70 can be said to make the best use of physical design. The EOS C70 is only the size of an ordinary SLR camera. In such a small body, a 4K image sensor and an optical ND filter are integrated, which can meet almost all the functions needed for high-quality shooting. EOS C70 camera provides users with a variety of resolution formats including DCI-4K, DCI-2K, FHD, etc., to meet different application fields of users. At the same time, EOS C70 also adopts XF-AVC and HEVC MP4, which can be selected by users according to their own workflow, and can support up to 4:2:2 10bit in-card recording.
EOS C70’s dual SD card slot supports recording on two SD cards in a variety of different formats. Support simultaneous shooting of different video formats, or different resolutions, or simultaneous recording of progressive images and interlaced images. Multiple recording combinations greatly improve shooting efficiency. It is very friendly to the later process of EOS C70 shooting material. At present, mainstream post-editing or color matching software can be compatible with XF-AVC material or HEVC MP4 material recorded by EOS C70 SDXC card. Users do not need to consider the post-process compatibility of new cameras at all. While enjoying a more convenient shooting experience, the post-processing of recorded materials will not cause trouble to you.
How to edit EOS C70 MXF in Final Cut Pro natively?
Have you recorded some MXF files with Canon EOS C70 camera? From Canon EOS C70 product page or user manual you will know Canon EOS C70 is able to shoot videos in MXF. On the Canon EOS C70 related forums there are many users have recorded some videos and they want to import the MXF footages from Canon EOS C70 to Final Cut Pro X for editing, but most of them have found that Final Cut Pro can’t support Canon EOS C70 recorded MXF videos natively, have you encountered the Canon EOS C70 to Final Cut Pro importing and editing issues? What’s the reason that Final Cut Pro can’t support Canon EOS C70 MXF files natively?
If you check the detail information on Apple Final Cut Pro X official product page, you will find that Final Cut Pro can only support limited video codecs and formats, and the best native supported format for Final Cut Pro X is Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, with this codec you will be able to edit the footages smoothly with Final Cut Pro X, so the best way to import MXF videos from Canon EOS C70 to Final Cut Pro is to transcode Canon EOS C70 MXF videos to Apple ProRes codec MOV format, and then you can edit Canon EOS C70 files with Final Cut Pro smoothly.
Best Canon EOS C70 MXF Video Converter
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is the best MXF converter software to convert Canon EOS C70 MXF to Final Cut Pro, this software has native Apple ProRes 422 or ProRes 4444 codec output, so you can use it to convert Canon EOS C70 recorded videos to Final Cut Pro X Apple ProRes codec for native editing. For example, you can convert MXF files or HEVC MP4 files from Canon EOS C70 to FCP X, or convert 4K videos recorded by other cameras, such as 4K H.265 HEVC videos, 4K MOV videos, 4K MKV videos, 4K XAVC MXF videos, etc.
Tip: Besides the 4K MXF video conversion, Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac can help you to rip the latest blu-ray and DVD disc movies to unprotected HD videos, for example, you can rip blu-ray to MKV, rip blu-ray to MOV, or rip blu-ray to MP4, and then you can play or use the converted movies freely. Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac will work as the best blu-ray ripper software for you, with this amazing tool you can deal with blu-ray and DVD discs conveniently.
Convert Canon EOS C70 MXF to Final Cut Pro
Step 1. Free download Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac through the link, install this MXF to Final Cut Pro converter on your computer, run it you will see the main interface. If you need the Windows version of Canon EOS C70 MXF converter, you can get the Windows version. Both versions can help you to convert Canon EOS C70 MXF to FCP X Apple ProRes codec on Mac or Windows 10.
Step 2. Click “Add Files” button to import Canon EOS C70 recorded MXF files, you can load batch files at one time. You can also directly drag and drop Canon EOS C70 MXF videos into the best MXF converter software for converting.
Step 3. Choose output format you need. To edit MXF files with Final Cut Pro smoothly, we recommend you to choose “Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)”, this is native format for Final Cut Pro X. With this codec and format you don’t need to render anymore. Besides Apple ProRes 422 codec, you can also choose Apple ProRes 4444 codec for converted videos to get higher quality.
Step 4. If you want to adjust the output parameters, please click Settings button on the main interface of Canon C70 to FCP X converter, and then you can adjust the resolution, bitrate, frame rate, codec or other parameters as you want. If you don’t need to adjust please skip this step.
Step 5. Click convert button to start Canon EOS C70 to Final Cut Pro X conversion process.
Acrok Video Converter Ultimate for Mac will convert Canon EOS C70 MXF files to Final Cut Pro Apple ProRes codec with top quality and speed, please wait some time, when the MXF to Apple ProRes conversion process is finished, you can import converted Canon EOS C70 videos into Final Cut Pro and edit with Apple ProRes 422 or ProRes 4444 codec, and there is no video importing or editing issue anymore. Just try this Canon EOS C70 to Final Cut Pro converter, hope it can solve your video problems.
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