Transcode Canon EOS M5 MP4 to ProRes for FCP

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Subject: Transcode Canon EOS M5 MP4 to ProRes for FCP
  Can´t edit Canon EOS M5 MP4 in Final Cut Pro X/7/6? Fixed

The easy workaround to get Final Cut Pro X/7/6 work with Canon EOS M5 MP4 is to convert MP4 to Apple ProRes codec, which FCP works best with. Here is how.

In order to edit Canon EOS M5 MP4 files in Final Cut Pro smoothly, the H.264 compression format requires that files be transcoded into a format better suited to editing, effects, and color grading; this would usually be Apple ProRes codec, which ensures maximum editing quality and efficiency when working with Final Cut Pro 7 or FCP X.

Dimo Video Converter Ultimate for Mac is considered to be the best video app for you here. This Mac video converter features full support for almost all Canon, Sony, Panasonic, Nikon, GoPro, DJI, Typhoon H, Logitech BRIO camera/camcorder footages.

It enables you to transcode Canon EOS M5 MP4 clips to FCP friendly prores.mov video without quality loss. Besides, it also exports optimal formats for using in Final Cut Pro, iMovie, Avid Media Composer, After Effects, Premiere Pro, Davinci Resolve, and more NLEs. Well, if you are Windows users, please turn to Dimo Video Converter Ultimate. Below is a simple guide to follow for transcoding Canon EOS M5 MP4 videos for editing in FCP X/7/6 with Apple Prores codec.

Software: https://www.mediadimo.com/video-converter-ultimate-for-mac

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