How to import Sony PMW-RX50 XAVC/MPEG files to FCP X with no trouble? Any solutions there we can take a reference? Cause you know no matter for XAVC and MPEG, it is not so compatible with Final Cut pro, right? Read this article, you will not worry about it any more.
Today here we are going to talk about the topic on Sony PMW-RX50 camera,
how could we get the shot footage XAVC or MPEG into iMovie. For most Mac users, no matter for XAVC or MPEG files, we are usually confused with the problems of editing PMW-RX50 files in FCP X. I’m
so glad to hear if you can show us some effective ways.
In some ways, we should know why those editing tools cannot handle the XAVC files in a general way. As you know, though sometimes we got the same video formats, different codec can destroy everything you planned well, right? That’s the app’s limitation we often complained. Don’t worry about it any more, here I can introduce an assistant for you. A XAVC to FCP X converter called Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, which can handle XAVC and MPEG in FCP X well.
Shall I offer some useful conversion tips for you? You will find it is so easy to work with this program. Download it form the official website and according to its instructions, install it in a nice way. From your computer, ‘Add video’ and ‘Add from folder can smoothly load your files in. For several ProRes codec of FCP X, you can go to the ‘Final Cut Pro>>Apple Prores Codec 422 (*.mov)’ as the general one.
Besides the ‘Settings’ and ‘Editor’ on the main
interface we can take a close around, ‘Options’ there I guess you may not notice a lot. There, you can find some special ones that differs form similar programs.
At the end, don't forget to go to the main interface to click the 'Convert'
button to start your work, okay? More suggestions or questions you can leave below. We will give you a response as soon as possible.