Summary: Facing import issues while ingesting Canon G20 60p MTS files to FCP X for extended editing? No worry, by transcoding Canon G20 60p AVCHD videos to ProRes, you are able to import and edit G20 footage in FCP X easily, no need for rendering.
I’m looking for a Canon AVCHD to ProRes Converter
“Hi, there all! Due to a bug in FCP X I had to convert all of my Canon VIXIA HF G20 footage to ProRes 422, so that I can use them in FCP X smoothly. My problem is that, I don’t have any experience on video conversion, so I’m wondering if anyone could kindly recommend a Canon MTS to ProRes Converter. I want an easy-to-use utility that can re-encode my G20 60p MTS clips to FCP X’s acceptable ProRes format. Many thanks for your help in advance.”
If you are seeking an easy-to-operate converter program, our Video Converter utility would be a smart choice for you. It features straightforward and intuitive interface, even if you are a beginner you can master how to use it easily. Best of all, it offers optimized Apple ProRes .MOV format preset for FCP X, which ensures beautiful performance while working with FCP X.
Canon G20 and FCPX workflow: convert G20 60p MTS to ProRes for FCP X
To process Canon G20 MTS video to QuickTime Conversion on Mac, follow these steps:
Step 1: Run Video Converter for Mac as a professional Canon MTS to ProRes Converter for Mac. When its main interface comes up, click ‘Add File’ to load Canon G20 MTS video to it.
Step 2: Select ‘Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)’ as output format for FCP X. The ProRes is able workable in the former version FCP 6 and FCP 7.
Important: If you’ve loaded a number of video clips to do batch conversion, please do remember ticking off ‘Apply to All’ option before you start.
This Mac AVCHD to FCP Video converter program offers a couple of ProRes formats for users to choose from, including Apple ProRes 422, Apple ProRes 422 (HQ), Apple ProRes 422 (LT), Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy), and Apple ProRes 4444, you can select one as target format depending on your requirement in post production.
Apple ProRes 422 – Higher quality than Apple ProRes 422 (LT);
Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) – Keep original video quality for editing in FCP;
Apple ProRes 422 (LT) – Get a smaller file sizes than Apple ProRes 422;
Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy) – SD levels – 480i/p and 576i/p. Used in offline workflows.
Apple ProRes 4444 – Edit and finish 4:4:4 material.
Step 3: Adjust video and audio settings （for advanced users）
Step 4: Click ‘Convert’ to start Canon G20 AVCHD to ProRes MOV conversion.
Step 5: Click ‘Open Folder’ to get generated ProRes QuickTime files for using in Final Cut Pro X/7/6 with optimum performance.
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