How to Edit Canon PowerShot G16 MOV/MP4 Recordings to FCP X with ProRes 422 MOV on Mac?

The Canon PowerShot G16 Digital Camera is a compact, advanced point-and-shoot camera featuring a 12.1 megapixel 1/1.7″ high-sensitivity CMOS sensor and DIGIC 6 image processor to produce high quality still imagery and full HD 1080p video with notable low-light quality and sensitivity to ISO 12800. The sensor and processor work together to form the Canon HS SYSTEM, which helps to improve the image quality of dimly-lit shots by reducing noise and enhancing the overall clarity. Additionally, the processor offers a range of speed-related assets throughout the camera, including a maximum sustained full-resolution continuous shooting rate of 9.3 fps for over 500 shots as well as a High Speed AF system for maintained sharpness in a variety of shooting conditions.Full HD 1080p movie recording is supported at 60 fps in the Internet-friendly MP4/MOV format.

“I have found some feedback from the website. “I’m a Canon Camcorder lover, also a video-editing lover, currently the editing software I used is FCP X.” Most Mac users like editing video files on Final Cut Pro because of it is our ideal app to create our own masterpiece with its advanced and powerful editing features. But sometimes we may encounter problems as described below: “When we want to import Canon G16 MP4/MOV video clips to FCP X for editing on Yosemite, we will hit a snag in the form of contains unsupported media error.”

From Final Cut Pro official website, if you want to edit MP4/MOV videos smoothly with FCP X, you’d better convert videos to FCP X best supported video codec- Apple ProRes Codec. By the way, I guess you must have not known the best video formats for FCP, right? To convert Canon G16 video clips to FCP X Apple ProRes codec, you will need to use a MP4/MOV video converter which can output videos in Apple ProRes codec; here we want to introduce UFUSoft HD Video Converter for Mac, the best Canon G16 MP4/MOV to FCP X converter for you. With the recent upgraded version 4.8.5.1, it can convert Canon PowerShot G16 video clips to FCP X best supported format perfectly as well as decoding and encoding the H.265/HEVC videos so nicely.

How to edit Canon G16 MP4/MOV video clips in FCP X on Mac Yosemite?

Step 1: Download, install and launch the smart Mac HD Video Converter. Click “Add video” or “Add from folder” button to load MP4/MOV video clips from PowerShot G16 to the program. You can also directly drag the files to the main interface.

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Canon MOV to Apple ProRes Converter

Step 2: Here, you need to choose what you want the output to be. Click “Format” drop-down list, and then select “Final Cut Pro>>Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)” as output format for editing in FCP X.

Canon MOV to FCP X

Tips: Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov) and Apple ProRes 422 (HQ) (*.mov) have higher qualities. Apple ProRes 422 (LT) (*.mov) and Apple ProRes 422 (Proxy) (*.mov) have smaller size.

Step 3: It’s optional to edit video files before converting. If you want to do some edit work, just hit the clip first, and then click “Edit selected task” button. As it’s shown to us, the edit function is sufficient for you to make your videos wonderful.

Step 4: Now everything has been settled, and don’t forget to set the file location. Click “Convert” button to start the Canon PowerShot G16 MP4/MOV Video to ProRes MOV for FCP X conversion work and click “Open” when you finish your conversion to check your converted files.

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