Best Camera 2016: Edit Fujifilm X100T(7/18) 1080-60p MOV Files in FCP X

“I’ve just bought a Fujifilm X100T camera, which creates video in H.264/MOV format (up to 1920×1080) but my editing software (Final Cut Pro X) will not touch some 60p files amongst these MOV files. So I needed a converter that could do a find job of conversion, into ProRes 422 format/any format that I could possibly need – now or in the future. Any suggestions on this? Thanks a lot.”

The Fujifilm X100T is capable of recording MOV (H.264, Audio: Linear PCM / stereo sound) video files at 1920 x 1080 pixels / 1280 x 720 pixels (60fps, 50fps, 30fps, 25fps, 24fps) with stereo sound.

However, not all of these codec can be supportable by Final Cut Pro. In that case, such as H.264 MOV footage from Fujifilm X100T, I recommend you use a smart MOV to FCP Video converter for Mac, which enables you to convert your MOV files to Final Cut Pro directly without considering what codec Final Cut Pro is compatible with.If you have any issues while editing H.264 MOV footage from Fujifilm X100T in FCP X, you can use Pavtube Video Converter for Mac(read the review) to convert formats first.

More Features of Pavtube Video Converter for Mac

      • It supports to convert MOV videos to 70+ formats, such as MP4, FLV, M4V, WMV, MKV, AVI, 3GP, DV, etc.
      • Convert audio files between any common audio formats, or extract audio files from your MOV videos.
      • Trim, crop or rotate your MOV videos before converting to Final Cut Pro X supported format.
      • Freely add effects to your MOV videos, or add subtitles and watermarks to the source file.
      • Compatible with Mac OS X 10.6 or later(El Capitan included).




How to Convert Fujifilm X100T 1080-60p MOV files to ProRes 422 for FCP X?

First free download and install Pavtube Video Converter on your Mac, and then launch it. Now just follow the step by step guide demonstrate how to convert Fujifilm X100T 1080-60p MOV files to ProRes 422 for FCP X.

Step 1. Just copy the MOV files from your camera to your hard drive. Then directly drag and drop the video files to the program dock. The files will be imported to the application automatically.

Step 2. Click Format bar and go to Final Cut Pro column by choosing “Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as best video format for editing MOV clips in Final Cut Pro without rendering.

Step 3. Simply click the “Convert” button to start converting and everything else will be automated. If you have added quite a bunch of video files, it would take some time to convert. In such case, you can click Option and tick the box “Shut down the computer after conversion”.

You’re done. Now your MOV files will be converted into ProRes files ready to be imported to Final Cut Pro X beautifully.

When using FCP X to edit videos, please make sure that ProApps QuickTime Codecs has been installed in advance; otherwise you may get files with sound only and without video.

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