Not long ago Sony released the NEX-F3 camera, it’s very popular in the market now, this camera is excellent which can give us vivid images. What’s more, it can help us to record 1080P high-definition videos, so it’s wonderful to take it and record exciting moments.
But, you may have problems when you want to import Sony NEX-F3 recorded AVCHD files to FCP for editing? AVCHD files are not well supported by FCP on Mac due to the unfriendly codec and limitations on frame rate and bitrate, you can’t edit the videos smoothly in Final Cut Pro.
How to solve this problem? As Apple Final Cut Pro (X) best supported video codec and format is Apple ProRes 422 codec MOV format, so the best way is to convert Sony NEX-F3 AVCHD to Final Cut Pro best supported Apple RroRes codec, then you can edit smoothly without rendering. You can follow the guide below.
Guide on how to convert Sony NEX-F3 AVCHD 1080/60p MTS/M2TS to ProRes 422 for editing in Final Cut Pro.
Step1: Download the Sony AVCHD to FCP Converter, import your Sony NEX-F3 AVCHD files to the software.
Step2: Click format column and choose the output format. You are recommended to choose Final Cut Pro -> Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)
Step3: Click settings button to adjust the output video’s parameters, such as bitrate, resolution, etc.
Step4: Start converting Sony NEX-F3 1080/60p MTS/M2TS to Apple ProRes for Final Cut Pro (X) on Mac.
After the Sony NEX-F3 AVCHD to FCP conversion, import the converted MOV files to Final Cut Pro, then you can edit Sony NEX-F3 files in FCP smoothly. Now just download this Mac AVCHD to FCP converter and have a try.
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