Summary: How to edit Nikon D5200 MOV in Final Cut Pro? This article is going to introduce a workable solution to help convert Nikon D5200 H.264 MOV to ProRes for editing in FCP X/7/6
Q: I have some video clips from Nikon D5200 with a file extension .MOV. When I open Final Cut Pro 7 and try to import the MOV from Nikon D5200 to FCP. I get an error message. It seems that FCP can’t import the Nikon MOV video. Any help?
Searched Nikon MOV and FCP on Google, I found more than one users are facing the problems when importing Nikon MOV into Final Cut Pro for editing. The basic reason is that Nikon DSLR uses the sophisticated H.264 compression method for recording video files, but it is not an ideal file type for video editing. Well, I’ve found out the solution yet to fix the Nikon D5200 MOV in FCP X/7/6 issues.
The most efficient way to solve the issue is to transcode Nikon D5200 MOV to Final Cut Pro most compatible format with Brorsoft Video Converter for Mac, a top Mac Nikon H.264 MOV Converter app.
Overall, the Nikon MOV Converter comes with supports for a wide range of video editing software and media devices, including Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere Pro, Avid Media Composer, iMovie and Final Cut Express. With it, you can convert Nikon D5200 footage to ProRes for using in Final Cut Pro natively. Plus, it also helps you convert Nikon, Sony, Canon, Panasonic cameras recordings to any editable format like MPEG-2, DNxHD, ProRes, AIC. mov, etc as you need without any quality loss.
Transcoding Nikon D5200 MOV for Final Cut Pro X, FCP 7
Step 1. Load H.264 .mov footage
Launch the Nikon MOV to ProRes Converter and then click the "Add" button to load .mov videos from Nikon D5200. If you wanna combine MOV video clips into one file, you can click the "Merge into one" box. Batch conversion is supported.
Step 2. Select output format
Click on "Format" bar set an Apple ProRes format. You are advised to "Follow Final Cut Pro" template and choose "Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)".
Tips: Click "Settings" button, then you will be able to adjust audio and video parameters on the popup window to customize the output file quality, these adjustable parameters include codec name, aspect ratio, bit rate, frame rate, sample rate, and audio channel.
Step 3. Start Nikon MOV to FCP conversion
After these steps above, click convert button to start converting Nikon D5200 MOV to ProRes for Final Cut Pro with best quality.
After conversion, you can import and edit Nikon D5200 footage in Final Cut Pro X/7/6 as you want with no codec problems.
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