Posts with #convert avchd to prores tag

Published on April 1 2016

The best pos pathway from AVCHD footage from Canon C100 to FCP 7/X is transcode the AVCHD to ProRes 422 codec, which ensures the best results when working with Final Cut Pro. I have had to edit a fair bit of material from the Canon C100 recently and I...

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Published on January 28 2015

Final Cut Pro does not work well with Sony A6000 AVCHD MTS files. To do that, you'd better convert the mts format to ProRes encoded MOV, which ensures the best results when working with FCP. The Sony A6000 features the same basic set of Full HD video...

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