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Posted: Feb 6 2012, 03:19 PM
Member No.: 622
Joined: 3-January 12
A lot of Canon fans have encountered this sort issue that Canon camera video could not be recognized by FCE. Let’s bring forward Canon AVCHD to Final Cut Express converter to work these problems out. Some Canon camera shoots video in MOV, but is not fitful for FCE. The reason is that some proper codec is missing. Canon MOV to Final Cut Express software also provides you corresponding codec at will.
1)I have: -Canon Vixia HF100 HD video camera Mac book 2.16 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo w/ 2 GB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM; - Mac OS X v 10.5.6; - Final Cut Express 4.0. I bought the camera, shot some footage (various sizes) as AVCHD and cannot import. I've read a hundred help suggestions, and nothing works.
2)While importing files from my Canon video camera (HG10), Final Cut Express 4 does not recognize the files, extension .MTS. What do I do?
3)My Canon PowerShot captures video in MOV, but is not possible to insert to Final Cut Express for editing. Why?
With Canon MTS video to Final Cut Express program, you could convert Canon video, Canon MOV, Canon MTS, Canon AVCHD video to Final Cut Express compatible format DV, HDV for editing Canon video with Final Cut Express on Mac OS X Lion or snow leopard. To maintain the original high definition, you may free to define video resolution, frame rate, bitrate and audio sample rate, bitrate, channel.
Canon video to Final Cut Express (FCE) converts Canon video to popular WMV, AVI, MPG, FLV, SWF, RM, RMVB, MOV, MPG, MPEG-4, 3GP for popular iPhone, iPod, PSP, Creative Zen, iRiver, Zune, BlackBerry and all kinds of mobile phones. Canon VIXIA to Final Cut Express Mac converter offers many simple editing features just like crop, trim, take snapshot, add effects and rotate video.
<h3>Import Canon MOV/AVCHD/MTS/M2TS video to Final Cut Express (FCE) on Mac</h3>
Step one: Download software
Download Canon video to Final Cut converter and click .dmg to install. It does not have any virus, pop-ups attached
Step two: Add Canon raw footages
Click "Add File" icon to load one or multiple Canon video files. Total batch mode supports
Step three: Output format for FCE
Click drop down list of profile, choose the proper format as need—DV, HDV for Final Cut Express
Step four: Personalize video file
Click "Clip" to split video into many segments, "Edit" button to crop out unnecessary edges and tune video saturation, brightness, contrast, etc
Step five: Start converter
Click "Start" button to start to convert Canon MTS to Final Cut Express on Mac. It just takes a few minutes
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