How to Import MP4 into Final Cut?
Final Cut Pro (FCP) is a highly-regarded video editing, composition, and special effects package for the Mac iOS. However, Final Cut Pro only supports video format like DV, HDV, P2 MXF (DVCProHD), XDCAM, 2K, film formats. Some MP4 files from different devices and software can’t be imported to FCP directly. If you want to edit MP4 videos with FCP on Mac, you need to convert MP4 files to FCP compatible format with our iCoolsoft MP4 Converter for Mac.
This MP4 converter for Mac is your best solution to convert between MP4 files and most popular formats optimized for various devices. For Mac users, you can extrat audio files from videos bu using this almighty MP4 Mac converter software. Besides, it also owns powerful editing funtion such as, crop video, set the duration, adjust effect and add watermark.
Step-by-step Guide about How to Import MP4 into Final Cut (FCP 7, FCP X, Final Cut Express included):
When video format is compatible with Final Cut Pro
1. Upload the video to your Mac, and it shows up as a drive on the desktop
2. Open the files and transfer them on Mac
3. The video files will be ready for editing in Final Cut Pro
When video format is not Recognizable by Final Cut Pro
Step 1: Free Download MP4 Convert for Mac and install it
Step 2: Click button , and add the target MP4 files you want to convert.
Step 3: Select the output format. Click the profile column, you will see below preset video formats, choose *.dv for your output format. For other devices or players, you can choose for other suitable format either.
The profile list will show like below:
Step4: Choose the destination where the conversion file stores. Hit the button "browse" to set it up.
Step5: Everything is ready, you can click to start conversion. While converting, you can see the detail information about the remaining time and the initiative completeness bar for reference.