Fujifilm’s proprietary X-Trans sensor uses a unique randomized pixel array in order to avoid the use of a resolution-reducing optical low-pass filter, therefore providing images with the utmost sharpness and clarity. Fujifilm X-T1 can record Full HD 1080p video on H.264 MOV format.
Have you recorded some video clips with Fujifilm X-T1? Besides taking photos during the trip, you can use the camera to record full HD videos. The Fujifilm X-T1 cameras offer us high quality videos, it is great for sharing with friends and family. But, some users may want to import Fujifilm X-T1 footages to FCP X/6/7, Adobe Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer for editing, you may also have this need. In this case, you will encounter problems, as the Fujifilm X-T1 recorded mov files can’t be supported by FCP X/6/7, Premiere Pro CC/CS6/CS5 and Avid MC.
No matter what kind of editor you are chosen for your editing job, you may encounter such many problems like no audios, no video images or can’t be imported issues. The thing you should make clear is that every editor has it’s best compatible format or codec, for Adobe Premiere, the best compatible format or codec is MPEG-2, for Final Cut Pro, the best compatible format or codec is Apple ProRes(Apple ProRes Codec Types), for Avid, the best compatible format or codec is Avid DNxHD(*.mov).
There if you make the video you recorded by Fujifilm X-T1 into the best compatible format or codec for the editor you have chosen, the edit job will be easier or more smoothly. Pavtube Video Converter / Mac Version are high recommend here for you. It is a professional video tool can be convert all the camera video into the editor best compatible format or codec.
- Convert almost all HD/SD audio/video formats: All types of audios and videos (e.g. SD/HD/Tivo/DRV/Camcorder HD footages, etc) to almost any audio and video formats.
- hange default settings: You can change the parameters such as video size, bitrate, frame rate, and channels for your video file according to your need to get the best output effect.
- Batch conversion: Handle multiple videos and realize batch conversion to save your time and energy.
- Merging & splitting: Merge several video clips into one bigger file and splitting one video file into several clips according to the clip quantity, duration time and file size.
- Create new output format: Adjust profile parameters, rename and save it for future use.
- Supported OS: Windows XP/2003/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8/Windows 8.1/Windows 10
- Supported OS: Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8 Mountain Lion, 10.7 Lion, 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.5 Leopard
How to Make Eidting Work with Fujifilm X-T1 More Smoothly?
First free download and install Pavtube Video Converter on your Mac or Windows, and then launch it. Now just follow the step by step guide to make editing work more smoothly.
Step 1: Install and launch this program. Just drag and drop Fujifilm X-T1 video files to the main interface of the program to add videos. If you have several video files that you want to convert in batch, just drag the folder where the sources are to the software.
Step 2: Click the “Format” drop-down menu to choose an output format that you prefer.
From “Format” drop-down lists, you can select Avid Media Composer preferable editing codec from “Avid Media Composer” > “Avid DNxHD(*.mov)” as the output format.
Click “Format” bar, from its drop-down options, move your mouse to “Final Cut Pro > Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” to select it as the output file format.
From the “Format” drop-down list, go to select “Adobe Premiere Pro/Sony V…” >”MPEG-2″ as the most suitable output format for Adobe Premiere Pro.
Step 3: Before converting, you can edit the Canon footage to achieve a better overall effect. Simply highlight a video clip and click the “Edit” button beside it to enter the Video Edit window. You can then crop, trim, rotate videos, adjust Fujifilm X-T1 recordings effects, add text/image watermarks, etc. as you like.
Or you can open “Profile Settings” window to adjust the output video codec, size, bit rate, frame rate, audio codec, sample rate, bit rate and channels. Here i just give a Apple ProRes as the example, others for Avid and Premiere are nearly the same.
Step 4: Hit the convert button under the preview windows, the conversion will started immediately.
When the conversion is completed, run the editor and import the converted footage with more smoothly editing.