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Why can't Import Nikon D750 MPEG-4/H.264 Videos to FCP X Natively?

Many Nikon D750 camera men who used to do personal edits on FCP X may say that H.264 can be natively supported by FCP X. But does this true? Do you have any similar question of Nikon recordings?

Most of the time, it can be easily import Nikon D750 H.264/mpeg-4 into FCP X without any rewrapping, but you know there are no absolutes about everything. Some unknown problems may happen like Nikon D750 H.264/MPEG-4 video can't read by FCP X, or there is no audio when playback Nikon D750 H.264/MPEG-4 in the FCP X. Bunch of problems just driven users crazy. Is there any easy way to allow Nikon D750 H.264/MPEG-4 edit in FCP X easily and nicely?


Pavtube HD Video Converter for Mac may be the easiest solution about this problem you have ever imagined. You can convert your Nikon D750 H.264/MPEG-4 videos into Apple ProRes codec to cater to the FCP X more compatible while the sharp quality will almost no lose. Since there is one Final Cut Pro preset in the format list, the conversion progress will become much easier for users, no crazy guessing parameters, especially for newbie to save their times.


How to edit Nikon D750 H.264/MPEG-4 in FCP X easily?

Step 1. Install and run this H.264/MPEG Converter on your Mac

Simply download this converter on your Mac and run it easily. Then click "File">"Add Video/Audio" to load your files or "Add from Folder". This Mac version can support Yosemite system smoothly without any problem.


Step 2: Choose "Final Cut Pro">"Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" for your FCP X

Go to the format list, then select the "Final Cut Pro">"Apple ProRes 422 (*.mov)" as the most suitable format for your videos. If you don't care about the file size and want to keep the best quality of your videos, then you can choose Apple ProRes 422 HQ (*.mov).



Don't know which Apple ProRes codec to choose, just check the differences among those codecs, you will see clearly.

Step 3. Custom your videos by adjusting parameters

If you just want to maintain the original videos, then you can skip this step. But for some users who want to make their quality much more unique or want to improve the quality to a higher level, this step may be a option for them.

You can just click "Settings" to go to this UI, then according to your needs, adjust those parameters.



If there are no proper parameters you want to choose. You can just type them into the following box.

Step 4. Start to convert Nikon D750 H.264/MPEG-4 into ProRes codec to your FCP X

After setting the file location, you can go back to the main UI and click the "Convert" button to start your conversion; maximum 5 conversion a time can be realized. Then you can just enjoy your Nikon recordings after editing in FCP X.

Additional tips:

For Win users, Pavtube HD Video Converter can work on Windows 7/8/8.1 without any problem.

And new features like H.265/HEVC, H.264 high profile output options will allow users to keep the sharp quality of their raw videos.

How to transfer files into FCP X can be very useful for newbie to allow them do the following jobs easily.

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