Especially for professional videographers, this article can teach you how to convert
Sony FDR-AX100/B 4K files to mov for editing in FCP, Avid, Premiere and iMovie.
Learn more about Sony FDR-AX100/B camera
With the development of video high definition resolution, from 720p to 1080p, 4K videos has now been widely produced in camera world. It is loved both by camcorder manufacturers and photographers. For example, for Sony lovers, you must have some details of Sony FDR-AX100/B camcorder. The FDR-AX100/B uses the new highly efficient XAVC-S 4K compression format (60Mbps bit rate) to record 4K to record 1080p video at 60p. The camcorder does have an internal 5.1 surround sound microphone, and a standard accessory shoe for lights, and external microphones
A secret to make 4K videos accepted by FCP, Avid , Premiere and iMovie.
On the other hand, for those video editors, it is not so easily to make 4K video files accepted by main editing systems, such as FCP, Avid, Premiere and iMovie. Here we would like to share a secret for you. MOV, which is the suitable format supported by these guys, do you believe that? With a professional FDR 4K HD Video Converter for Mac, we can make it easier to edit 4K videos in these editing systems with original high quality. Follow our steps to learn more details?
Note: For Windows users, you should download in this way.
Launch the program, on the main interface, find the loading files button ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder’ to put into your source file. Although MOV is suitable for these tools, they have different codes. You can find the special format for each one, for example, FCP, ‘Final Cut Pro’>>’Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov). For Avid, Premiere and iMovie, you can find them for ‘Format’ bar list.
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