Work Olympus MTS/MOV/AVI Videos for FCP X

Our guide here can told you the best way to work Olympus MTS/MOV/AVI videos for FCP X with highest quality.

General learning of Olympus cameras:
Today here we are going to talk some tricks for editing Olympus footage such as MTS, MOV, AVI in FCP X with the highest quality. First of all, Olympus digital cameras are spread across five different product lines. You may have one Olympus digital camera such as Olympus PEN E-P3, E-PL1, TG-1, TG-2, OM-D E-M5, XZ-iHS ,etc in hand to capture the videos for you. So in general, the recorded formats by Olympus digital camera are MTS, MOV or AVI which are hard be loaded in FCP X.

How to edit Olympus videos in FCP X with highest quality retained?
‘I’m a beginning FCP X user and have hit a wall while editing Olympus E-PL6 MOV footage in FCP X. With the high quality required, any guys know how to make my files---H.264 Full HD 1920*1080 at 30p(29.97fps) accepted by FCP X?’ Here Olympus to FCP X Converter for Mac may be a practical choice especially for FCP X users.

NoteTypes of Apple ProRes Codec you should know before start your conversion. Then you will know why Apple ProRes 4444 is our best choice.

Launch Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac, like the other converting tools, add your Olympus videos with two methods: From ‘Add video’ or ‘Add from folder’ , or you can just load files from Olympus camera to program with USB cable. 

Next, for FCP X, to keep the highest video quality, don’t make your choice wrong. ‘Format’ to ‘Final Cut Pro’, on the list, several ProRes codecs are allowed there, choose the nethermost one ‘Apple ProRes Codec 4444’. You won’t miss it !

Remember not to forget adjust your ‘Settings’ before you start your conversion. To make the video size 1920*1280 and bitrate ‘high quality’ and ‘frame rate’30p (fps). When you have done all of this, just wait for your output videos.


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