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Nikon MOV Converter-load Nikon D7000 H.264 MOV to FCP


KDE - Aug 14 2012
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Question:Nikon MOV Converter-load Nikon D7000 H.264 MOV to FCP X


Summary: This guide will help you convert Nikon D7000 H.264 MOV to Prores for FCP X editing.

"I am a professional photographer so can talk about f/stops and shutter speeds and ISO all day long but Video Codec and fps are all something very new. Please excuse my novice status but I would like help in preparing my first big video project shoot on a Nikon D7000. I would like to use the camera's highest setting which is: Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 pixel 24p (23.976 fps). How would I prepare my files before importing them into Final Cut? I am having trouble deciphering the discussions. Some say just import the file right from my card reader and others say the file needs to be converted from the native H.264 to Apple ProRes."

If you have got the D7000 and often use it to record 1080P video, and need to edit D7000 MOV in Final Cut Pro on Mac, but FCP best supported video format is Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, so FCP X doesn't support Nikon D7000 MOV footages well, you may encounter many problems, like import it slowly, and couldn't edit videos smoothly. The best method to solve these problems is to convert D7000 MOV footage to ProRes for editing in Final Cut Pro X, you can follow the steps below to transcode D7000 MOV to FCP X for editing.

1.Download Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac. This professional HD Video Converter can help you convert D7000 MOV files to ProRes 422 MOV format for Final Cut Pro, more output formats are also supported.


2.Install and launch this Pavtube Mac Nikon MOV Converter. Import Nikon D7000 footage to the converter.


3.Click format bar to choose the output format. Click and choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov).


4.You can click "settings" to customize the output parameters, adjust the resolution, bitrate as you want.

5.Click convert button to start.

With this Pavtube MOV to ProRes 422 Converter, you can easily change D7000 files to FCP X for editing, Pavtube MOV to ProRes converter will help you transcode videos at a fast speed, and audio and video quality and synchronization are perfectly guaranteed, you can get the final footages at best quality. You can also follow D7000 MOV to AVI/WMV conversion guide for more use.





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