Saturday, January 3, 2015

JVC HM200 to FCP 7/X-GY-HM200E 4KCAM 4K(H.264)/MOV/MTS files to Final Cut Pro in Yosemite

Owning JVC GY-HM200 4K camcorder to enjoy 4K videos at home? But do you know how to edit them in FCP X or FCP 6/7?

JVC GY-HM200E (GYHM200E) 4K Ultra HD Live Streaming Camcorder

Fully equipped for any shooting scenario, the GY-HM200E is JVC's next generation camcorder. Whether you're shooting 4K Ultra HD, 4:2:2 full HD or streaming to the web, this camera does it all. Its integrated 12x optical zoom lens and 4K CMOS sensor deliver stunning 4K Ultra HD recordings directly to SDHC/SDXC memory cards. And the camera is totally professional, complete with dual XLR audio inputs, HD-SDI (3G) and HDMI outputs, and is equipped with JVC's dual codec Advanced Streaming Technology. Connect to the internet via optional Wi-Fi or 3G/4G modem and stream HD instantly to USTREAM or any other destination. No other camcorder comes close to delivering so much in a complete, well equipped package.

Video recording:

Video codec: MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 (4K/HD), AVCHD(HD/SD)

File format : MOV(H.264), MTS(AVCHD), 4K(H.264)

Final Cut Pro 7 or FCP X can not import and edit JVC HM200 4KCAM MOV(H.264), MTS(AVCHD), 4K(H.264) video clips, how to solve it ?



To achieve the goal, you need the help from Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, a professional 4K Video to FCP Converter app. It is so great! It is not only professional on transcoding JVC 4K videos to FCP/iMovie/FCE/Avid for editing, but also can convert 4K UHD videos to common video formats for playing on portable devices and posting on websites. For editing, this powerful tool offers you particular Apple ProRes profiles for Final Cut Pro, AIC for iMovie/FCE, and DNxHD for Avid, so it is easy and convenient for us to use it. What struck me most is that I do not need to download or buy some cumbersome plug-ins, etc., that is too time-consuming, and use it directly, saving a lot of time and effort. For Windows user, Brorsoft Video Converter is here for you.

Simple steps to Edit JVC GY-HM200 4K H.264/MOV/MTS files in Final Cut Pro 7/X 10.10 Yosemite

Step 1: Load the 4K videos to the program

Download and install the 4K Video Converter, and then import the source 4K videos to it. To do so, you can directly drag & drop the files onto the main interface, or you can click the "Add" icon to locate the videos from your local disk.



Step 2: Set output video format

Click the "Format" bar and select Final Cut Pro> Apple PreRes 422(*.mov) as output format.



Tip: Click the "Settings" button and customize proper video/audio parameters including Video size, bitrate and fame rate and more. Usually 1920*1080 video size and 30fps video frame rate are recommended for FCP 6/7 editing.

Step 3: Begin to convert JVC GY-HM200 4K videos

When you finish the settings, you can press the big "Convert" button to kick off the conversion. By using this professional 4K to FCP 7 Converter, the conversion will be finished with ultrafast speed and the best video quality kept. After the conversion, you can then edit the JVC HM200 raw 4K in Final Cut Pro 7 smoothly.

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